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INDEX of PATENTS 

ISSUED FROM 

THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1937 



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INDEX OF PATENTS 



ISSUED FROM 



THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1937 




UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1938 



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CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Decisions Printed in the Official Gazette in 1937 3 

List of Plant Patentees 5 

List of Patentees 6 

List of Design Patentees 699 

List of Disclaimers 767 

List of Plant Inventions 770 

List of Inventions 771 

List of Design .Inventions 1073 

List of Disclaimers Arranged by Inventions 1099 



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DECISIONS PRINTED IN THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE IN 1937 



Adams. In re. 484 O. G. 8. 

Allen. In re. 484 O. G.^96. 

Anderson v. Shaw. 483 O. G. 466. 

Armacost. In re. 475 O. G. 4.54. 

Bates. In re. 483 O. G. 237. 

Battery Patents Corporation v. Coe, Commissioner of 
Patents. 484 O. G. 257. 

Baumgarten et al. v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 481 
O. G. 3. 

Bauriedel and Heger. In re. 476 O. G. 244. 

Beclfet and Franks. In re. 483 O. G. 461. 

Bender. In re. 476 O. G. 942. 

Bernard v. White. 484 O. G. 3. 

Bertram. In re. 484 O. G. 499. 

Best. In re. 481 O. G. 450. 

Borglin. In re. 478 O. G. 477. 

Boyd et al. In re. 485 O. G. 261. 

Brooks and Allen. In re. 485 O. G. 280. 

Brown. In re. 484 O. G. 737. 

Brunner and Beers. In re. 478 O. G. 7. 

Buckwalter. In re. 482 O. G. 652. 

Buehler. In re. 483 O. G. 463. 

Cambridge Trust Company, executor of the estate of 
Leonard T. Troland, deceased, Technicolor Motion 
Picture Corporation and Technicolor, Inc., v. Coe, Com- 
missioner of Patents. 474 O. G. 3. 

Campbell v. Evans. 478 O. G. 712. 

Carroll. In re. 484 O. G. 6. 

Carter v. Rockwell. 481 O. G. 903. 

Carter v. Wade & Urfer. 485 O. G. 513. 

Charman. In re. 484 O. G. 908. 

Christmann v. Derby and Cunningham. 481 O. G. 904. 

Cirves. In re. 479 O. G. 517. 

Coast, Jr., V. Dubbs. 483 O. G. 719. 

Cooper. In re. 480 O. G. 690. 

Copeman. In re. 475 O. G. 195. 

Corkill. In re. 479 O. G. 763. 

Crecelius. In re. 474 O. G. 465. 

Crowell and Schwarj!. In re. 485 O. G. 7. 

Daley v. Trube. Daley v. Loftin. 483 O. G. 230. 

Davis. In re. 475 O. G. 683. 

Dieterich v. Leaf. 484 O. G. 973. 

Dirkes, Kimball & Long v. Potts. 485 O. G. 528. 

Dreyfus. In re. 485 O. G. 530. 

Duerr & Broyles v. Potts. 485 O. G. 19. 

Du Pont de Nemours and Company, E. I., v. Coe, Commis- 
sioner of Patents. 476 O. G. 243. 

Economy Fuse and Manufacturing Company v. Coe, Com- 
missioner of Patents. 474 O. G. 699. 

Eitzen. In re. 478 O. G. 227, 228, and 230. 

Ellis. In re. 478 O. G. 478. 

Essex Razor Blade Corporation v. Gillette Safety Razor 
Company. 474 O. G. 251. 

Ferris. In re. 485 O. G. 522. 

Fischer. In re. 485 O. G. 761. 

Fischer v. Avery. 485 O. G. 276. 

Fishburn et al. v. Vincent. 484 O. G. 262. 

Foster. In re. 477 O. G. 507. 

French. In re. 485 O. G. 11. 

Frey v. Wagner. 479 O. G. 995. 

Gasoline Products Company, Inc., v. Coe, Commissioner 
of Patents. 478 O. G. 3. 

Gauerke. In re. 474 O. G. 3. 

Gonsburg. In re. 478 O. G. 228. 

Goggins. In re. 478 O. G. 713. 

Goldsmith v. von Mihaly. 485 O. G. 274. 

Graf. In ro. 480 O. G. 477. 

Greciistreet. In re. 480 O. G. 4. 

Griflith. In re. 474 O. G. 699. 

Ilagon V. Cords. 484 O. G. 906. 

Ilaller and K;ippolei\ In re. 481 0. G. 6. 

Ilartford-IOmpJre Company v. Coe, Commissioner of Pat- 
ents. 477 O. G. 763. 

Hazeltine Corjiornf ion, appellant, v. Radio Corporation of 
America, Waller Van P.. Koberls, Sidney Y. White, e( al. 
Radio (,'orpoial ion of Aiiiciica and Walter Van T. 
Roberts, appellants, v. Hazeltine Corporation, Sidney V. 
White and Research Products Corporation. 482 O. G 
647. 

Hazeltine Corporation and Harold A. Wheeler v. Coe, 
Commissioner of Patents. 470 O. G. 941. 



Henschell. In re. 485 O. G. 748. 

Hull V. Davenport. 485 O. G. 13. 

Huntzicker. In re. 485 O. G. 753. 

James v. Clayton, Kerrick, and Stadt. 485 O. G. 754. 

Jenks V. Knight. 485 O. G. 262. 

Jensen and Bye v. Loreuz and Wodlinger. 482 O. G. 453. 

Kimball. In re. 484 O. G. 740. 

King V. Burner. 485 O. G. 749. 

Kirschbraun v. Doherty. 485 O. G. 4. 

Kollsman ■;;. Carbonara. 484 O. G. 976. 

Kollsman v. Coe, Commissioner of Patents. 485 O. G. 3. 

Krantz and Simons. In re. 482 O. G. 246. 

Kylstra. In re. 481 O. G. 683. 

Lansing and Hausamann. In re. 484 O. G. 10. 

Lasker and Russell v. Kurowski and Smith. 485 O. G. 

271. 
Laucks and Davidson. In re. 478 O. G. 711. 
Leamon and Eley. In re. 482 O. G. 456. 
Levy V. Gould et al. Levy v. Gould. Levy v. Rice. 

481 O. G. 679. 
Lyon. In re. 479 O. G. 3. 

MacLean and Niesemann. In re. 485 O. G. 15. 
Mantle Lamp Company of America, The, v. Aluminum 

Products Company. 480 O. G. 475. 
Mason, Stanton and Twedale. In re. 481 O. G. 3. 
McCabe. In re. 485 O. G. 266. 
McFerran. In re. 484 O. G. 498. 
McKee v. Noonan. 479 O. G. 277. 
McLean and Weber. In re. 481 O. G. 685. 
Mengle v. Fuerst. 477 O. G. 508. 
Miller. In re. 476 O. G. 4. 
Blorgenstern and Hackenberg v. Burton. 474 O. G. 252, 

485 O. G. 277. 
Mumm V. Jacob E. Decider & Sons. 480 O. G. 3. 
Myers v. Roethel. 485 O. G. 9. 
Nichols V. Atkinson. 483 O. G. 713. 
Padgett. In re. 477 O. G. 3. 
Pfleger and Myers. In re. 485 O. G. 267. 
Pyrene-Minimax Corporation v. Walter Palmer, Amdyco 

Corporation, RadclifCe Morris Urquhart, and American 

Fomon Company. Pyrene-BIinimax Corporation and 

Hans Burmeister v. American Fomon Company and 

RadclifCe Morris Urquhart. 481 O. G. 447. 
Quartz. In re. 485 O. G. 3. 
Rogers. In re. 481 O. G. 218. 
Rudolph V. Gawiler. 484 O. G. 493. 
Ryerson v. McCurley. 483 O. G. 3. 
Samiran. In re. 476 O. G. 3. 
Seebach. In re. 484 O. G. 503. 

Sibley. In re. 484 O. G. 747, 485 O. G. 21. (Two cases.) 
Smith V. Hall. Smith v. James Manufacturing Company 

et al. 481 O. G. 211. 
Smolak and McQuade. In re. 484 O. G. 738. 
Stacey. In re. 482 O. G. 654. 
Stack. In re. 479 O. G. 997. 
Standard Oil Co. (Indiana) v. Pure Oil Co. et al. 484 

O. G. 962. 
Standard Oil Development Company v. Coe, Commissioner 

of Patents. 476 O. G. 484. 
Stanton. In re. 475 O. G. 453. 
Stephens Pump Company and Charles D. Stephens v. Coe, 

Commissioner of Patents. 480 O. G. 476. 
Stuckey. In re. 482 O. G. 3. 
Summers v. Esau. 485 O. G. 513. 
Sunderland. In re. 477 O. G. 243. 
Tisdall. In re. 482 O. G. 3. 
Tonilin v. Dunlap. 484 O. G. 264. 
United States, The, v. Robert Esnault-Pelterie. 476 O. G. 

483. 
United States ex Relatione Societe de Condensation et 

d'Ai)plication,s l\Ie<Miii<iues v. Coe, Commissioner of 

Patents. 484 O. G. 961. 
Walch and Prelaz. In re. 481 O. G. 906. 
W(-I)er. In re. 479 O. G. 764, 484 O. G. 7. 
Wcigel V. Hobbs. 480 O. G. 091. 
Wenzel. In re. 484 O. G. 11. 
While V. Replogel. 183 O. G. S. 
Wilcox. In re. 482 O. (J. 454. 
Williams. In re. 481 O. G. 216, 484 O. G. 071. 
Willoughhy. In re. 484 O. G. 4. 
Young. In re. 485 0. G. 532. 



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LIST OF PLANT PATENTEES FOR THE YEAR 1937 



NOTE. — Arranged In accordance with the first significant character or word of the name (In accordance with city and 

telephone directory practice). 



Disclaimers follow in separate indexes, but precede the List of Plant Inventions 



Armstrong, John A., assignor to Armstrong Nurseries, 
Ontario, Calif. Rose. 243 ; Apr. 13. 

Annstrong, John A., assignor to Armstrong Nurseries, 
Ontario, Calif. Rose. 244 ; Apr. 13. 

Armstrong Nurseries. (See Armstrong, John A., as- 
signor.) 

Asmus, Edward R., Sr., Closter, N. J. Rose. 241 ; Apr. 6. 

Baston, Sidney C, Eggertsville, N. Y. Lily of the valley 
plant. 250 ; June 8. 

Bate, Warwick G., Newton Falls, Ohio. Rose. 245 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Baur, Adolphe F. J., assignor to Baur-Steinkamp and Com- 
pany, Incorporated, Indianapolis, Ind. Carnation. 
219 ; Jan. 12. 

Baur-Steinkamp and Company. (See Baur, Adolphe F. J., 
assignor.) 

Bertanzel, Carl F., Jr., executor, et al. (See Bertanzel, 
Carl F., Sr.) 

Bertanzel, Carl F., Sr., deceased, by C. F. Bertanzel, Jr., 
Roslyn, and H. W. Moore, Mineola, executors, assignors 
to C. F. Bertanzel, Jr., Roslyn, N. Y. Rose. 240; 
Mar. 30. 

Bourne, Benjamin A., Clewiston, Fla. Sugar cane. 220 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Briggs, Elizabeth A., Encinitas, Calif. Gladiolus. 
255 ; July 6. 

Brownell, Josephine D., Little Compton, R. I. Rose. 
248 ; June 1. 

Brownell, Josephine D., Little Compton, R. I. Rose. 
263 ; Oct. 5. 

Burbank, Elizabeth W., executrix. (See Burbank, Luther.) 

iJurbank, Luther, deceased, by E. W. Burbank, executrix, 
Santa Rosa, Calif., assignor to Stark Bro's Nurseries & 
Orchards Company, Louisiana, Mo. Rose. 235 ; Feb. 
16. 

Byrum, Joseph R., assignor to Redland Avocado Grove, 
Homestead, Fla. Avocado. 261 ; Aug. 24. 

Carbaugh, Kellar, Lower Yoder Township, Cambria Coun- 
ty, assignor to Johnstown Greenhouses, Inc., Johns- 
town, Pa. Rose. 222: Jan. 19. 

Columbia & Okanogan Nursery Company. (See Perry, 
Jay, assignor.) 

Dickson, Alexander, Jr., Newtownards, near Belfast, Ire- 
land, assignor to Henry A. Dreer, Incorporated, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Rose. 223 ; Jan. 19. 

Dreer, Henry A., Incorporated. (See Dickson, Alexander, 
Jr., assignor.) 

Dreer, Henry A., Incorporated. (See Yerschuren, Hen- 
drikus A., assignor.) 

Ecke, Paul, Encinitas, Calif. Poinsettia. 242 ; Apr. 6. 

li'isher, Carl H., Queenston, Ontario, Canada. Peach. 
233; Feb. 9. 

Greider, Hallack F., Vashon, Wash. Berry. 247 ; Apr. 20. 

Henry, Charles C, assignor of one-half to J. L. Jones, 
Escondido, Calif. Avocado. 234 ; Feb. 9. 

Howard, Frederick H., Montebello, Calif. Rose. 256 ; 
July 13. 

Irwin, Roman J. (See Schrocder, Edward J., assignor.) 

Izzo, Patsy A., Glen Head, N. Y. Rose. 230 ; Mar. 9. 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Kordcs, Wilholm, as- 
signor.) 

Jackson & Perkins Company. (See Nicolas, Jean H., as- 
signor.) 

Jacobus, Martin R., Ridgcficld, N. J. Hybrid porpolual 
rose. 257 ; July 20. 

Jolmson, Esther C, La Mesa, Calif. Lobelia. 221 ; Jan. 
10. 

Johnstown Greenliouses. Inc. (See Carbaugh, Kellar, as- 
signor.) 

Kintzele, Louis A. (See Rasmus.son, John C, assignor.) 

Kordcs, Willu'lm, Sparrioshoop, Germany, assignor to 
Jackson & Perkins Company, Newark, N. Y. Rose. 
254 ; July C. 

LingamfoUoi\ Paul L., Iledgpsviilo, W. Va., assignor to 
Stark Bros. Nurseries and OrdiaiVls Company, Loui- 
siana, Mo. Apple tree. 258 ; July 20. 



Mcllhenny, Edward A., Avery Island, La. Camellia. 224 ; 

Jan. 19. 
Mcllhenny, Edward A., Avery Island, La. Camellia, 

231 ; Feb. 2. 
McKee Poplar Forestation, Inc. (See McKee, Ralph H., 

assignor.) 
McKee, Ralph H., New York, N. Y. Hybrid poplar. 211 ; 

Jan. 5. 
McKee, Ralph H., New York, N. Y. Hybrid poplar. 212 ; 

Jan. 5. 
McKee, Ralph H., New York, N. Y. Hybrid poplar. 213 ; 

Jan. 5. 
McKee, Ralph H., New York, N. Y. Hybrid poplar. 214 ; 

Jan. 5. 
McKee, Ralph H., New York, N. Y. Hybrid poplar. 215; 

Jan. 5. 
McKee, Ralph H., New York, N. Y. Hybrid poplar. 216 ; 

Jan. 5. 
McKee, Ralph H., New York, N. Y. Hybrid poplar. 217; 

Jan. 5. 
JIcKee, Ralph II., New York, N. Y. Hybrid poplar. 218 ; 

Jan. 5. 
McKee, Ralph H., assi£;nor to McKee Poplar Forestation, 

Inc., New York, N. Y. Hybrid poplar. 225 ; Jan. 19. 
McKee, Ralph PI., assignor to McKee Poplar Forestation, 

Inc., New York, N. Y. Hybrid poplar. 226 ; Jan. 19. 
McKee, Ralph H., New York, N. Y., assignor to McKee 

Poplar Forestation, Inc., New York, N. Y. Hybrid 

poplar. 228 ; Jan. 26. 
McKee, Ralph H., New York, N. Y., assignor to McKee 

Poplar Forestation, Inc., New York, N. 1. Hybrid pop- 
lar. 229 ; Jan. 26. 
McKee, Ralph H., New York, N. Y., assignor to McKee 

Poplar Forestation, Inc., New York, N. Y. Hybrid 

poplar. 230; Jan. 20. 
Miller, Anna L., Nashport, Ohio. Gladiolus. 227 ; Jan. 

26. 
Moore, Harry W., executor, et al. (See Bertanzel, Carl 

F., Sr., deceased.) 
Moore, Valentine, Visalia. Calif. Apple. 238 ; Mar. 16. 
Murphey, Robert C, assignor to R. H. Murphey's Sons 

Company, Urbana, Ohio. Chrysanthemum. 251 ; June 

15. 
Nicolas, Jean H., assignor to Jackson & Perkins Company, 

Newark, N. Y. Rose. 253 ; June 29. 
Nicolas, Jean H.. assignor to Jackson & Perkins Company, 

Newark, N. Y. Rose. 264; Nov. 23. 
Perry, Jay, Benton County, near Kennewick, Wash., as- 
signor to Columbia & Okanogan Nursery Company, 

Wenatchee, Wash. Peach tree. 232 ; Feb. 2. 
Plantz, William L., near Marysville, Calif. Peach. 262 ; 

Sept. 14. 
Raffel, Frank C, Stockton, Calif. Rose. 246; Apr. 20. 
Rasmussen, John C, New Albany, Ind., assignor to Louis 

Alfred Kintzele, Denver, Colo. Carnation. 239 ; 

Mar. 23. 
Redland Avocado Grove. (See Byrum, Joseph R., as- 
signor.) 
Schaefer, Charles A., York, Pa. Carnation. 260 ; Aug. 3. 
Schrocder, Edvtard J., Perry Hall, Md., assignor of one- 
half to Roman J. Irwin, New York, N. Y. Freesla. 

237 ; Mar. 0. 
Schultz, Elmer H., assignor to The Wayside Gardens 

Company, Mentor, Ohio. Phlox. 252 ; June 22. 
Square, John, Lake County, Ohio. Rose. 259 ; Aug. 3. 
Stark Bro's Nurseries & Orchards Company. (See Bur- 
bank, Luther, assignor.) 
Stark Bros. Nurseries and Orchards Company. (Soo Lin 

gamfelter, I'aul L., assignor.) 
Vcrschuren, Ilendrilcus A., near Udon, NotluM-lands, as 

signor to Henry A. Dreer, Incorporated, Philadelphia 

Pa. Rose. 249 ; Juno 8. 
Wayside Gardens Company, The. (See Schultz, Blmer H. 

assignor.) 
Zepiiro, Hocco, Arlington, Mass. Begonia. 205; Doc. 28 



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LIST OF PATENTEES 



A. B. A. Specialties Company. (See Fridolph, Annette, 
assignor.) 

A. B. C. Oil Burner Sales & Service Corporation. (See 
Laver, Frank, assignor.) 

A-B Stove Company. (See Reedy, Alfred J., assignor.) 

A. B. T. Manufacturing Company. (See Melnick, S. H., 
and Chapin, assignors.) 

A. B. T. Manufacturing Company. (See Slezak, Yincent 
F., assignor.) , 

A. B. T. Manufacturing Company. (See Tratsch, W. A., 
and Grunig, assignors.) 

A. P. W. Paper Company. (See Fairchild, William, as- 
signor.) 

A/S. Ostfold Skofabrick. (See Jacobson, E., and Carlsson, 
assignors.) 

A/S Si-Ko. (See Bergve, Einar, assignor.) 

A/S Thunes Mekaniske Vaerksted. (See Qviller, Olaf, 
assignor.) 

Aaby, Albert J., Rochester, Minn. Chimney scraper. 
2,077,731 ; Apr. 20. 

Aamodt, Thoralf, West Brighton, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Fac- 
simile telegraph system. 2.094,052 ; Sept. 28. 

Aaronson, Harry B., Camden, N. J., assignor to H. Brinton 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Knitting machine. 
2,075,077 ; Mar. 30. 

Abadie, Jean B. J. M., Paris, France. Suspension for 
luminescent tubes. 2,069,468 ; Feb. 2. 

Abbe, Charles E., and W. O. Ward, Flint, Mich. Closure 
operator. 2,090,565 ; Aug. 17. 

Abbe, George C, Lansdowne, assignor to Good Roads Ma- 
chinery Corporation, Kennett Square, Pa. Scraper. 
2.094.515 : Sept. 28. 

Abbink-Spaink, Johann H. (See Watkins, D. J., Abbink- 
Spaink, and Plyer.) 

Abbitt. Wvatt E., Charleston, W. Va. Gutter protector. 
2,072,415 ; Mar. 2. 

Abbott. Charles W., Larchmont, N. Y., and G. A. Johnson, 
Trumbull, Conn., assicnors, by mesne assignments, to 
said C. W. Abbott. Electric wiring support. 2,097,993 ; 
Nov. 2. 

A.bbott, Edward J., assignor to Abbott ^lachine Company, 
Milton, N. H. Dyeing apparatus. 2,076,170 ; Apr. 6. 

Abbott, Edward J., assignor to Abbott Machine Company, 
Wilton. N. H. Winding machine. 2,093,028 ; Sept. 21. 

Abbott, Geoffrey J., assignor to P. I. V. Chain Gears Lim- 
ited, London, England. Transmission mechanism of the 
V-pulley type. 2,068,784 ; Jan. 26. 

Abbott, George M. (See Jelliffe, H. W., and Abbott, as- 
signors.) 

Abbott L.Tboratories. (See INloore. Edniond E., assignor.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Nielsen, Carl, assignor.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Raiziss, G. W., and Clemence, 
assignors.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Raiziss, G. W., Clemence, and 
Kremens, assignors.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Raiziss, G. W., and Kremens, 
assignors.) 

Abbott Laboratories. (See Tahorn. Donalee L., assignor.) 

Abbott Machine Company. (See Abbott, Edward J., as- 
signor.) 

Abbott, Robert D. (See J^riller, Otto L., assignor.) 

Abbott, Scott M., CHiicago, 111. Cooky blank forming 
roll. 2,081,724 : May 25. 

Abbott, Thomas A., Jfarblchpad, !Mass., assignor to Con- 
eral Electric Company. Jleter casing. 2,078,920 ; 
May 4. 

Abbott, Walter H. (See JellifEe, H. W., and Abbott.) 

Abbotts. Leonard, assignor to The Bridgeport Metal Goods 
Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Holder. 
2,072,662 : Mar. 2. 

Abe, Suyekichi. (See Hara, R., and Abe.) 

Abegg, Walter A., Los Angeles, Calif. Tubing head. 
2,079,646; May 11. 

Abegg, Walter A., assignor of one-lialf to B. Roinhold, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Automatic drilling spider. 2,008,217 ; 
,Tau. 3 9. 

Abegg, Walter A., assignor of one-half to B. Reinhold, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Rotary table bushing. 2,068,218 ;' Jan. 
19. 

Abegg, Walter A., assignor of one-half to B. Reinhold, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Valve for slush pumps and the 
like. 2,079,647 ; May 11. 

Abegg, Walter A., assignor of one-lialf to B. Reinhold. 
Los Angelos. Calif. Liner mounting for rotary table 
bushings and the like. 2,088,830 ; Aug. 3. 

Abegg. Walter A., Los Angeles, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Reamer. 2,100,621 ; Nov. 
30. 

Abegg. Walter A., Los Angeles, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Well reamer. 2,100,892 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Abel, Alf J., Miami, Fla. Accelerator control. 2,083,974 ; 
June 15. 

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Abell, John W., assignor to Turner & Seymour Manufac- 
turing Company, Torrington, Conn. Button. 
2,081,259 ; May 25. 

Abell, RoUin, Milton, Mass. Carburetor. 2,094,864; 
Oct. 5. 

Abendroth, Otto A., Appleton, Wis. Wire seam. 
2,102,300 ; Dec. 14. 

Abercrombie, J. S. (See King, Walter E., assignor.) 

Abercrombie, J. S., Company. (See Earley, Moye G, 
assignor.) 

Abercrombie, James S., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Abercrombie Pump Company, Houston, Tex. Pump. 
2,085,286 ; June 29. 

Abercrombie, James S., assignor to Abercrombie Pump 
Co., Houston, Tex. Relief valve. 2,092,793 ; Sept. 14. 

Abercrombie, James S., J. A. Tennant, and H. Allen, 
Houston, assignors to Stephens Pump Company, 
Round Rock, Tex. Valve. 2,069,297 ; Feb. 2. 

Abercrombie Pump Company. (See Abercrombie, James 
S., assignor.) 

Abercrombie Pump Company. (See Allen, Herbert, as- 
signor.) 

Abercrombie Pump Company. (See Stephens, Charles D., 
assignor.) 

Abercrombie Pump Co. (See Tennant, Joseph A., as- 
signor.) 

Aberle, H. C, Company. (See Aberle, Harry C, as- 
signor.) 

Aberle, Harry C, Jenkintown, assignor to H. C. Aberle 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Stocking package. 
2,067,111 ; Jan. 5. 

Abingdon Sanitary Mfg. Co. (See Pieslak, Bernard B., 
assignor.) 

Abington Textile Machinery Works. (See Clark, Ernest, 
assignor.) 

Abraham, Jeremiah, Elnihurst, 111. Apparatus for testing 
speedometers. 2,077,375 ; Apr. 20. 

Abraham, Leonard G. (See Mitchell, D., and Abr.aham.) 

Abrahams, Alexander I., New York, N. Y. Acoustic horn. 
2,071,153 ; Feb. 16. 

Abrahams. Alexander I., New York. N. Y. Electroacous- 
tical translating device. 2,083,537 ; June 15. 

Abrahamsohn, Edmund. (See Abrahamsohn, Robert 
and E.) 

Abrahamsohn, Robert and E., Berlin-Steglitz, Germany. 
Multirange indicating instrument. 2,103.606 ; Dec. 28. 

Abramoska, Alfred A. (See Cox, J. R.; and Abramoska.) 

Abrams, A., W. Forcey, and G. J. Brabender, Wausau, 
assignors to Marathon Paper Mills Company, Roths- 
child, Wis. Coated film. 2.078,172 ; Apr. 20. 

Abrams, Allen, C. L. Wagner, and G. W. Forcey, Wausau, 
assignors to Marathon Paper Mills Company, Roths- 
child, Wis. Interwound film material. 2,074,313 : 
Mar. 16. 

Abrams, Allen, C. L. Wagner, and G. W. Forcey, Wausau, 
assignors to Marathon Paper Jlills Company. Roths- 
child, Wis. Horticultural binding tape. 2,075,327 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Abrams, Allen, C. L. Wagner, and G. W. Forcey, Wausau, 
assignors to Marathon Paper Mills Companv. Rothschild, 
Wis. Surgical wrapping. 2,077,299 ; Apr. 13. 

Abrams, Allen, and C. L. Wagner, Wausau, and B. F. Davis, 
Arena, assignors to Marathon Paper Mills Companv, 
Rothschild, Wis. Packaging cheese. 2,077,300 ; Apr. 13. 

Abrams, Allen, and C. L. Wagner, Wausau, and B. F. 
Davis, Arena, assignors to Jlaratlion Paper Mills Com- 
pany, Rothschild, \'\is. Packaging cheese. 2,077,301 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Abrams, Allen and C. L. Wagner, Wausau, assignors to 
Maratlion Paper Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. Ma- 
chine for and making coated sheet material. 2,089,524 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Abrams, Allen, G. W. Forcey. and R. A. Farrell, Wausau, 
Wis., assignors to Marathon Paper Mills Company, 
Rothschild, Wis. Jlachine for and method of making 
coated sheet material. 2,089,525 ; Aug. 10. 

Abrams, Cecil P., Anoka, assignor to C. L. Horn, ^finne- 
apolis. Minn. Heating-cooling device for automobiles. 
2.082.998; June 8. 

Abrams, Howard. East Cleveland, assignor to Curtis Key 
Cutter Co.. Cleveland, Ohio. Code finding key. 
2,087,423 ; July 20. 

Abrams, Robert R. (See Anderson, Carl A., assignor.) 

Abrams, Victor R., Brunswick, Oa., and C. A. Hochwalt, 
Oakwood, Ohio, assignors to Sulfo-Corporation of 
America, Boston, Mass. High-pressure and high-tem- 
perature lubricant. 2,089,080 ; Aug. 10. 

Abramsen, Petter B., Dormont, assignor of one-half to 
Gustaf L. Fisk, Pittsburgh. Pa. Sizing round bars, 
wire, tubes, and the like. 2,074,714; Mar. 23. 

Abramson, Abraham, New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to G. B. G. Corporation, Newark, N. J. 
Christmas tree lighting device. 2,083,536 ; June 15. 



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Abramson, Abraham, New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to G. B. G. Corporation, Newark, N. J. 
Mechanical mounting for lamp bulbs. 2,085,207 : June 
29. 

Abramson, John H., and B. C. Swanson, assignors to 
Greenlee Bros. & Co., Bockford, 111. Pipe pusher. 
2,080,104 ; May 11. 

Abramson, Nathan, New York, N. Y. Electric outlet. 
2,080,247 ; May 11. 

Accardi, Ferruccio, assignor to Fiat SocietA Anonima, 
Turin, Italy. All-metal coachwork for automobiles. 
2,071,449 ; Feb. 23. 

Accardi, Ferruccio, assignor to Fiat Societa Anonima, 
Turin, Italy. Packing for vehicle doors. 2,091,747 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Acco Products, Inc. (See McGlade, George B., assignor.) 

Accounting and Tabulating Machine Corporation. (See 
Zennig, J., and Becker, assignors.) 

Accurate Spring Mfg. Company. (See Caestecker, Charles 
E., assignor.) , 

Ace Engineering Company. (See Eavnsbeck, Fred, as- 
signor.) 

Ace Wire Line Core Drilling Company. (See Bozeman, 
John F., assignor.) 

Achauer, Charles V. (See Roberts, J. H., and Achauer.) 

Acheson Colloids Corporation. (See Willson, George F., 
assignor.) 

Acken, Marshall F., Woodbury, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Preparation of diaryl amines. 2,082,815 ; June 8. 

Acken, Marshall F., Woodbury, N. J., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Sludge 
treatment. 2,085,1.78 ; June 29. 

Acker, George H., Shaker Heights, assignor to The Far- 
val Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Lubricating system. 
2,068,391 ; Jan. 19. 

Acker, George H., Shaker Heights^ assignor to The Far- 
val Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Lubricating pump. 
2,068,392 ; Jan. 19. 

Acker, John T., Queens Village, N. Y., and J. R. Wilson, 
Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Nickel 
base alloy. 2,072,575 ; Mar. 2. 

Acker, John T., Queens Village, N. Y., and J. R. Wilson, 
Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Nickel 
base alloy. 2,072,576 ; Mar. 2. 

Ackerly, Orville B., Jr. (See Watson, L. W., and Ackerly.) 

Ackerman, Charles. (See Rosenstone, S. D., and Acker- 
man.) 

Ackerman, Edward, Woodmere, N. Y. Suppository. 
2,072,438 ; Mar. 2. 

Ackerman, Frank, et al. (See Schaub, Eugene L., as- 
signor.) 

Ackerman, James E., Devon, and H. C. Nissen, Stratford, 
Conn., assignors to The Singer Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Elizabeth, N. J. Sewing macliine' work-guides. 
2,096,691 ; Oct. 19. 

Ackerman, Michael H., Mansfield, Ohio. Cabinet and coun- 
ter structure. 2,073,955 ; Mar. 16. 

Ackermann, Franz. (See Graenacher, C, Ackermann, and 
Bruengger. ) 

Ackermann, Henri, Strasbourg, France. Tubular heating 
device for gynecological purposes. 2,074,634 ; Mar. 23. 

Ackley, Ervin L., assignor to John Bath & Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Hob grinding machine. 2,079,785 ; 
May 11. 

Ackley, Harry W., assignor to F. A. Center, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Electric current dispensing device. 2,069,200 ; 
Feb. 2. 

Ackroyd, James, and Sons. (See Kellogg, Alfred A., as- 
signor.) 

Acksh.ind Knitting Co. (See Buchholz, William C, as- 
signor.) 

Acme Air Appliance Company. (See Longstreet, Walter 
H., assignor.) 

Acme Backing Corporation. (See Freydberg, Ralph M., 
assignor.) 

Acme-Detroit Saw Corporation. (See Lamocreaux, Frank 
L., assignor.) 

Acme Rayon Corporation. (See Huttinger, Charles A., 
assignor.) 

Acme Staple Company. (See Stock, Arthur J., assignor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See Childress, William C, as- 
signor.) 

Acme SI eel Company. (See Hayes, Philip J., assignor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See Johnson, Squire J., assignor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See MacChesney, Chester M., as- 
signor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See MacChfcsney, C. M., .niul 
Wilson, assignors.) 

Acme Slopl Company. (See Norton, Ralph IT., assignor.) 

Acme SI<'(1 Company. (See Ott, John R., assignor.) 

Acme Sled Company. (See Paxlon, Gerald C, assignor.) 

Acnu! Hlccl (Vmiimny. (See l'a.\ton. Halo and G. C, and 
I'onson, Ji.ssignors.) 

Acme Sled Coiiii)any. (See Towne, George W., assignor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See Twomley, Herbert IC, as- 
signor.) 

Acme Steel Company. (See Wilson, Allen B., aBsignor.) 

Acme Steel & Rialleable Iron Works, Inc. (See Parker, 
Frank ()., assignor.) 

Acmcllne Manufacturing Company. (See Novak, John L., 
assignor.) 



Acoustic— Lectric Company. (See Loar, Lloyd A., as- 
signor.) 

Acree, Prank M. (See Sarullo, I. P., and Dawson, as- 
signors.) 

Acree, Solomon F., assignor to A. B. Foster, Washington, 
D. C. Galactan product and making same. 2,073,616 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Actiengesellschaft Job. Jacob Rieter & Cie. (See Hess, 
Heinrich O., assignor.) 

Acton, Frank. (See Francisco, C. M., Acton, and Len- 
hart.) 

Acy, Harry A., Louisville, Ky. Automobile rear adver- 
tising carrier. 2,3 02,987; Dec. 21. 

Adair, Arthur B., Kenilworth, 111. Cigar. 2,075,493; 
Mar. 30. 

Adair, Arthur B., Kenilworth, 111. Cigar tip or mouth- 
piece. 2,083,769 : June 15. 

Adair, George P., Takoma Park, Md. Radio receiving sys- 
tem for vehicles. 2,075,009 ; Mar. 30. 

Adair, George P., Takoma Park, Md. Signal receiving 
system. 2,089,637 ; Aug. 10. 

Adair, George P.. Takoma Park, Md. Volume control 
system. 2,095,234 ; Oct. 12. 

Adair, James E., Chicago, 111. assignor to Meyercord Com- 
pany. Decalcomania adapted for composing words. 
2,089,779 ; Aug. 10. 

Adair, Leo H. (See Hunt, A. A., and Adair.) 

Adair, Samuel E., and J. E. Jenkins, deceased, by A. 
Jenkins, administratrix, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Jenkins & Adair, Inc., Chicago, 111. Appa- 
ratus for reproducing a record. 2,096,019 ; Oct. 19. 

Adair, Samuel E., and J. E. Jenkins, deceased, by A. 
Jenkins, administratrix, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Jenkins & Adair, Inc., Chicago, 111. Making 
a record. 2,096,020 ; Oct. 19. 

Adair, Thomas D., Quincy, assignor to Standard Ther- 
mometer Inc., Boston, Mass. Metering mechanism. 
2,077,086 ; Apr. 13. 

Adams, Arthur A., et al. (See Eden, Harold W., assignor.) 

Adams, Arthur T., Oak Park, 111. Roller stippler. 
2.087,888 ; July 27. 

Adams, Burton A., San Leandro, Calif. Adjustable frame 
for eyeglasses. 2,093,121 ; Sept. 14. 

Adams, Charles A., assignor to Mathews Conveyer Com- 
pany, Ellwood City, Pa. Conveying mechanism. 
2,075,416 ; Mar. 30. 

Adams, Chester D., Lexington, Ky. Arch supporter and 
exerciser. 2,064,443 ; Jan. 5. 

Adams, Chester E„ Hammond, Ind., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Lubricating oil refining. 
2,070,567; Feb. 16. 

Adams Company, The. (See Spensley, William J., as- 
signor. ) 

Adams, Curtis, et al. (See Fraysur, Edward, assignor.) 

Adams, Elmer W. (See Brunstrum, L. C, and Adams.) 

Adams, Elmer W. (See Fabian, F. W., and Adams.) 

Adams, Elvin A., and J. A. Lash, Temple, Pa. Mobile 
conveyer mechanism. 2,093,300 ; Sept. 14. 

.\dams, Everett E., M. P. Blomberg, and W. H. Jlussey, 
Chicago, 111., and W. B. Stout, Detroit, Mich., assignors 
to Pullman-Standard Car Manufacturing Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Rail car. 2,093,535 ; Sept. 21. 

Adams, Frank S., assignor to The Skat Company, Hart- 
ford, Conn. Display attachment. 2,081,099 ; May 18. 

Adams, Frederick W., Ealing, assignor of one-half to The 
Rockware Glass Syndicate Limited, London, England. 
Purification of silica sands and the like. 2,071,720 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Adams, Gale L., Los Angeles, and R. G. Barlow, Rivera, 
Calif., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Method and apparatus for 
electrical demulsification. 2,092,491 ; Sept. 7. 

Adams, George R., Los Angeles, Calif. Surface bolt. 
2,100,622 ; Nov. 30. 

Adams, Gilbert E., and E. C. Marshall, Gary, Ind. Con- 
trol system for strip mills and the like. 2,066,872 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Adams, Gilbert E., and E. C. Marshall. Gary, Ind. Con- 
trol system for electric motors. 2,082,816; June 8. 

Adams, Guy R., Seattle, Wash. I'io juice retainer. 
2,077,868 ; Apr. 20. 

Adams, Harry W., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignment.^, to Eastman Kodak Company, Jersey City, 
N. J. Camera shutter construction. 2,076,191 ; Apr. 6. 

Adams, Hector D., Brisbane, (Queensland, Australia. 
Tennis racl^ot. 2,082.772 ; June 8. 

Adams, Henry F., Inspiration, Ariz. Operating thick- 
ener. 2,069,989 ; Feb. 9. 

Adams, Hei-lxM-t L., Washington, D. C. Noiseless device. 
2,071,012 ; Feb. 16. 

Adania, Herbert L., Washington, D. C. Hydroplane vane. 
2,073,438 : Mar. 9. 

Adams, Herbert L., Washington, D. C. Rocket airship. 
2,074,098 ; Mar. 10. 

Adnms, IhM'bert L., Washington, D. C. Resilient wing 
mounting and friimiiig. 2,071,099 ; Mar. 10. 

Adams, Herlx-i't L., Wasliinglou, 1). C. Rudder. 
2,071,76.') ; IMiir. 23. 

Adams, Ilerberl li., Wnshlnplon, 1>. C. Bodily movable 

I)lane. 2,071,766; Miir. 2;?. 
Adams, lli-rberl I... Wnsliinglon. D. C. Tillable wing. 
2, 07.'"), 787 : Apr. 6. 

.Adiniin, lloil)i'rl L., W'aslilngloii. I >. ( '. Wlii(f broiuloning 
extension. 2,075,788; Apr. 6. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



i 



Adams, Herbert L., ^Yashington, D. C. Wing surface. 
2,077,732 ; Apr. 20. 

Adams, Herbert L., Washington, D. C. Launching de- 
vice. 2,083,805 ; June 15. 

Adams, Herbert L., \Yashington, D. C. Compression pro- 
peller. 2.088,255; July 27. 

Adams, Herbert L., Washington, D. C. Telescoping body. 
2,095,020; Oct. 6. 

Adams, Horace C, Glendora, and H. D. Green, Pasadena, 
Calif., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Polymerizing hydrocyanic acid 
and product thereof. 2,069,543 ; Feb. 2. 

Adams, James D., White Plains, N. Y. Last. 2,076,931 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Adams, James L., Jr., assignor to The Youngstown Sheet 
& Tube Company, Youngstown, Ohio. Method of and 
apparatus for pipe finishing. 2,071,154 ; Feb. 16. 

Adams, John H., Seattle, Wash. Hair curling and se- 
curing device. 2,066,709 ; Jan. 5. 

Adams, John H., Seattle, Wash. Centrifically armed 
grenade. 2,067,999 ; Jan. 19. 

Adams, John Q. (See Strawser, Greeley E., assignor.) 

Adams, Joy C, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric toaster. 2,084,881 ; June 
22. 

Adams, Julian C, Detroit, Mich. Display sign and 
method of construction. 2,078,221 ; Apr. 27. 

Adams, Leland R., Akron, Ohio. Bolt anchor. 2,088,358 ; 
July 27. 

Adams, Leland R., Silver Lake, assignor to The Firestone 
Steel Products Company, Akron, Ohio. Warning device. 
2,069,054 ; Jan. 26. 

Adams, Loney B., St. Petersburg, Fla. Orthopedic sandal. 
2,081,655 ; May 25. 

Adams, Lytle S., Irwin, Pa., assignor of one-half to A. P. 
Davis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Article deposit and pick-up ap- 
paratus for airplanes. 2,075,690 ; Mar. 30. 

Adams, Nathan H., Schenectady, N. Y.. assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Cutlery grinder. 2,077,195 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Adams, Oscar C, Lynn, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Shoe and the 
manufacture thereof. 2,081.211 ; May 25. 

Adams, Renard P., Buffalo, N. Y. Filter. 2,068,048; 
Jan. 19. 

Adams, Renard P., Buffalo, N. Y. Filtering apparatus. 
2,083,183 ; June 8. 

Adams, Robert J., assignor of one-half to J. T. Hightower, 
Thomaston, Ga. Drawing mechanism. 2,076,609 ; Apr. 
13. 

Adams, Roger, TJrbana, 111., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Polyhydric 
alcohol-polybasic acid resins. 2,086,458 ; July 6. 

Adams, Roy L., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Carbon brush. 2,092,627 ; Sept. 7. 

Adams, Simpson J., Greenville, S. C. Lease forming ma- 
chine. 2,007,689 ; Jan. 12. 

Adams, Simpson J., Greenville, S. C. Lease forming reed. 
2,074,635 ; Mar. 23. 

Adams, Victor N. (See Deitz, Charles F., assignor.) 

.iidams, Virgil W., assignor to Consolidated Products 
Company, Danville, 111. Milk preheater. 2,083,679 ; 
June 15. 

Adams, William G., Richmond, Va. Method and appa- 
ratus for building subaqueous foundations. 2,082,773 ; 
June 8. 

Adams, William J. (See Dieckmann, J., Lodde, and 
Adams.) 

Adams, William J., Jr., Hartsdale, assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Control knob. 2.082,001 ; June 1. 

Adams, William J., assignor of forty per cent to J. 
Stioger, Dayton, Ohio. Builder's scaffold. 2,089,871 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Adams, Willoughby W., Mount Vernon, 111. Schooling 
device. 2,097,611 ; Nov. 2. 

Adamson, Lee II., Brentwood Heights, Calif. Traveling 
sprinkler. 2,078.087 ; May 4. 

Adamson, Lloyd V., and H. H. Hoy, Fillmore, Calif. 
Dry shaver. 2,081,129 ; May 25. 

Adamson, Percy, Rye, assignor to United States Rubber 
Company, New York, N. Y. Shoe with elastic portion. 
2,060,083; Jan. 26. 

Adamson, Percy, Rye, assignor to United States Rubber 
Company, New York, N. Y. Elastic fabric and gar- 
ment. 2,103,133 ; Dec. 21. 

Adartcraft, Incorporated. (See Shaw, Louis E., as- 
signor.) 

Addink, Nicolaas W. H., Eindhoven, Netherlands, as- 
signor to (General Eloctic Company. Gaseous electric 
discharge device. 2,103,0.")3; Dec. 21. 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Borthel- 
sen, Erhard U. T., assignor.) 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Ellis, 
Charles E., assignor.) 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Gollwltzer, 
Walter T., assignor.) 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Hartley, 
JOmniolt (,'., assignor.) 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Hueber, 
Carl J., assignor.) 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Osborn, 
Henry C, assignor.) 



Addressograph-JIultigraph Corporation. (See Rowell, 
George S., assignor.) 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Schaefer, 
George W., assignor.) 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation. (See Smith, 
Clyde, assignor.) 

Addy, Charles W. (See Kinsella, E., and Addy.) 

Addy, Charles W. (See Kinsella, E., Addy, and Pratt.) 

Adelsperger, Charles C, deceased, by Union City Body 
Company, Union City, Ind., assignee. Chair back. 
Re. 20,559 ; Nov. 30. 

Adelsperger, Henry E., Jr., and A. F. Cassin, assignors to 
Auto City Plating Company, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Elec- 
troplated cooking utensil. 2,089,175 ; Aug. 10. 

Adelsperger, Ignaz, and A. Kraus, assignors to E. M. 
Gattle & Co., New York, N. Y. Jewelry. 2,085,723 ; 
July 6. 

Aderhold, Joseph E., Jr., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Walworth Patents Inc., Boston, Mass. Valve. 
2,088,937 ; Aug. 3. 

Adico Development Corporation. (See Jones, C. L., and 
Mcllvain, assignors.) 

Adico Development Corporation et al. (See Mayer, Wil- 
liam G., assignor.) 

Adirondack Foundries and Steel Incorporated. (See 
Akitt, Norman B., assignor.) 

Adjustable Scaffold & Form Company. (See McDill, Rex 
D., assignor.) 

Adkins, Homer, K. Folkers, and R. Connor, Madison, Wis., 
assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Hydrogenating esters. 2,091,800 ; Aug. 31. 

Adkins, Homer, Madison, Wis., and H. I. Cramer, Cuyahoga 
Falls, Ohio. Hydrogenation of primary aromatic 
amines. 2,092,525 -Sept. 7. 

Adkins, Homer, and R. Connor, Madison, Wis., assignors 
to The Quaker Oats Company, Chicago, 111. Hydro- 
genation of furfural to furfuryl alcohol. 2,094,975 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Adkisson, Loren, and J. T. Lumley, The Dalles, Oreg. 
Power transmitting mechanism. 2,086,835 ; July 13. 

Adlake Company, The. (See Hagerty, A. T., and Mohun, 
assignors.) 

Adlake Company. The. (See Hamm, W. S., and Schuetz, 
assignors.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Hedln, Uno C, assignor.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Hedin, U. C, and Larson, 
assignors.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Larson, Carl H., assignor.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Larson, C. H., Mohun, and 
Verhagen, assignors.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Pressnall, Charles A., as- 
signor.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Schuetz, Frank A., as- 
signor.) 

Adlake Company, The. (See Verhagen, Christian M., as- 
signor.) 

Adler, Carlos F.. and W. Bejeuhr, Paterson, N. J. Posi- 
tive acting rotary engine. 2,091.577 ; Aug. 31. 

Adler, Charles, Cincinnati, Ohio. Device for twisting and 
shaping pretzels. 2,071,321 ; Feb. 23. 

Adler, Charles, Jr., Baltimore, Sid. Traffic signal. 
2,074,246 ; Mar. 16. 

Adler, Charles, Jr., Baltimore, Md. Lamp. 2,084,176; 
June 15. 

Adler, Charles, Jr., Baltimore, Md., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to J. Q. Sherman, Dayton, Ohio. Air 
cooling attachment for electric fans. Re. 20,393 ; 
June 8. 

Adler, Charles S., New Brunswick, assignor to H. P. Mas- 
sey, Montclair, N. J. Film feeding device. 2,074,139 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Adler, Lee E., Dallas, Tex. Telephone signal system. 
2,099,250 : Nov. 16. 

Adler, Leon, St. Louis, Mo. Miniature packet. Re. 
20,517 ; Sept. 28. 

Adler Manufacturing Co. (See Cummins, Norman W., 
assignor.) 

Adler Manufacturing Co. (See Lewis, Dewey S., as- 
signor.) 

Adrian, Matthew B., assignor to X-Ray Shoe Fitter, Inc., 
Milwaukee, Wis. X-ray inspection apparatus. 
2,099,185 ; Nov. 16. 

Ad riani, Antonio, New York, N. Y. Trombone. 2,093.993; 
Sept. 28. 

Advance Aluminum Castings Corp. (See Shoan, Nels, 
assignor.) 

Advance Engineering Company. (See Nordell, Carl H., 
assignor.) 

Advance Paint Company. (See Kinder, Orville L., as- 
signor.) 

Ady, Joseph W., Jr., and R. D. Wllfley, Colorado Springs, 
Colo. Rock breaker. 2,094.865 ; Oct. 5. 

Aerial Exploitations, Inc. (See Smith, Hale G., as- 
signor.) 

Aermotor Company. (See Scholes, Daniel R., assignor.) 

Aero Improvements, Inc. (See Fink, Abraham S., as- 
signor.) 

Aero-Style Corporation. (See Harroun, Ray W., as- 
signor.) 

Aorovox Corporation. (See Georgiev, Alexander, as- 
signor.) 

Aerovox Corporation. (See Moynihnn, John J., assignor.) 

Aerovox Corporation. (See Siegel, Samuel, assignor.) 



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Aeschbach, V\'aUer E., St. Louis, Mo. Can opener. 

2.102,174 ; Dec. 14. 
Aeschbach, Walter E., assignor to The Measuregraph 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. Cloth folding attachment. 
2,094,866 ; Oct. 5. 
"Afag" Fiuauzierungs A. G. (See Sindl, O., and Frank, 
assignors.) 

Aff, Charles E. G., Jamaica, N. Y. Machine knife adjust- 
ment and locking device. 2,071,055 ; Feb. 16. 

Aff, Charles E. G., Jamaica, N. Y. Machine knife. 
2,084,993; June 29. 

Affel, Herman A., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Wave transmis- 
sion. 2,094,113 ; Sept. 28. 

Affel, Herman A., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Maintenance of 
program transmission circuits. 2,098,329 ; Nov. 9. 

Affel, Herman A., Ridgewood, and F. H. Best, Westfield, 
N. J., assignors to American Telephone and Telegraph 
Company. Transmission measuring system. 2,068,309 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Affelder, Harry F., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Bottle col- 
lar. 2,083,538 ; June 15. 

Affelder, Harry F., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Machine 
and process for making bottle collars and the like. 
2,083,539 ; June 15. 

Affiliated Industrial Corporation. (See Batchelor, John 
C, assignor.) 

Aga-Baltic Radio Aktiebolag. (See Dal5n, S. G., and 
Anderson, assignors.) 

Agasote Millboard Company, The. (See Harvey, Harold 
C, assignor.) 

Agerell, William C, and H. Asher, Chicago, 111. Dis- 
pensing container. 2,083,135 ; June 8. 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Earth, W., and Forrest, 
assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See von Biehler, Arpad, as- 
signor.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Brunken, J., Sieglitz, and 
Dabelow, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Dieterle. Walter, assignor.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Dieterle, W., Zeh, and 
Zerweck, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Eggert, J., and Luft, as- 
signors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Goldhammer, Leo, as- 
signor. ) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Hagedorn, M., Jung, and 
Wilmanns, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Hagedorn, M., and Ossen- 
brunner, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Hagedorn, M., Ossen- 
brunner, and Wilmanns, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Heymer, Gerd, assignor.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See von Holleben, K., and 
Rodenaclter, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Huber, Karl, assignor.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See von Kujawa, Gerhard, 
assignor.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Lessler, Lew W., as- 
signor.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Lingg, A., and Goldham- 
mer, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Lingg, A., and Ziegler.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Momber, Franz, assignor.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Ochwat, P., and Wendt, 
assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Schneider, Wilhelm, as- 
signor.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Schneider, W., and 
Wilmanns, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Schulz, Walter, assignor.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Weichmann, Hans K., as- 
signor.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Weyde, Edith, assignor.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Wilmanns, G., and von 
Kujawa, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Wilmanns, G., and 
Schneider, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Zeh, Walter, assignor.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Zeh, W., Gaedke, Dabelow, 
and Zerweck, assignors.) 

Agfa Ansco Corporation. (See Zeh, W., Sieglitz, and 
Dabelow, assignors.) 

Agger, Jens, assignor to Chicago Rawhide Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Oil seal. 2,070,637; Feb. 16. 

Aggers, Clair V., I^orest Hills, assignor to Wcstinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Voltage regulator for rectifier circuits. 2,085,001 ; 
June 29. 

Aghnidcs, Elle, Brussels, Belgium. Connecter for taps, 
pipes, and the lilio. 2,071,780; Feb. 23. 

Agnc'w, Jolin P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Golf club carrier or bag. 
2,091,298; Aug. 31. 

Agrlcola. Alfred. (See Wohlfarth, C, and Agrlcola.) 

AgronofRky, Abraham, St. Joseph, Mo. Radio condenser. 
2,078,522 ; Apr. 27. 

Aguas Puriflcadns, Sociodnd Anonlma ct nl. (See de 
Ediagaray, Salvador, assignor.) 

Agnlnek, Ilnrry, assignor to S. MIshcon, doing business 
as Supreme Knitting Mjichine (Jo., Brooklyn. N. Y. 
Knitting machine. 2,098,440; Nov. 0. 



Aherne, Mark A., Astoria, assignor of fifty percent to R. 
W. Nauss, New York, N. Y. Chlorinator. 2,096,021 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Ahlberg Bearing Company. (See Okner, B. S., and Nelson, 
assignors.) 

Ahlburg, Franlc, Los Angeles, Calif. Fruit counter. 
2.089,936 ; Aug. 17. 

Ahlgren, Thar H. (See Tornebohm, Hilding V., assignor.) 

Ahlin, Thor. (See Gustafson, A., Johnson, and Ahlin.) 

Ahlman, Franz H., Morristown, Minn. Adjustable water 
supply controlling valve assembly. 2,067,112 ; Jan. 5. 

Ahlmann, Nikolai, Copenhagen, Denmark, assignor to F. L. 
Smidth & Co., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for render- 
ing-pulverulent materials fluent. 2,084,546 ; June 22. 

Ahlquist, Eugene F., assignor of one-Iialf to E. B. Flo- 
back, Minneapolis, IMinn. Bottle. 2,077,977 ; Apr. 20. 

Aichele, Frank X., East St. Louis, 111. Camera shutter 
control device. 2,074,767 ; Mar. 23. 

Aidala, Vincent, New York, N. Y. Gas range petcock 
shield. 2,094,441 ; Sept. 28. 

Aiken, Charles B., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Radio direction finding 
system. 2,083,416 ; June 8. 

Aiken, Edward L., East Orange, assignor to Kraeuter & 
Company, Inc., Newark, N. J. Pliers. 2,088,224 ; July 
27. 

Aiken, Walter S., assignor to The Clark-Aiken Company, 
Lee, Mass. Paper cutting apparatus. 2,100,930 ; Nov. 
30. 

Alklns, Charles S., Kansas City, Mo. Fishhook guard. 
2,095,048 ; Oct. 5. 

Aikman, Burton S., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor of one-half 
to John A. Dienner, Evanston, 111. Starter control. 
2,073,133 ; Mar. 9. 

Aikman, Burton S., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor of one-half 
to J. A. Dienner, Evanston, 111. Motor vehicle control 
system. 2,084,371 ; June 22. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Con- 
trol for compressors and the like. 2.074,738 : Mar. 23. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Brake 
control device. 2,081,444 ; May 25. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Fluid 
compressor. 2,084,664 ; June 22. 

Ailiman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Com- 
pressor unloading device. 2,084,665 ; June 22. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Mag- 
netic track brake. 2,084,666 ; June 22. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Fuel elevating sys- 
tem. 2,087,080; July 13. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. !Mag- 
netic track brake. 2,088,273 ; July 27. 

Aikman, Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Wcst- 
inghouse" Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Mag- 
netic track brake. 2,088,274 ; July 27. 

Aikman, Burton S., Willtinsburg, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Compressor 
governor. 2,099,416 ; Nov. 16. 

Aime, Frank L., assignor to Anaconda Wire & Cable Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Fluid Impregnated electric 
cable. 2,085,563 ; June 29. 

Aime, Frank L., assignor to Anaconda Wire & Cable 
Company, New York, N. Y. High voltage cable. 
2,095,090; Oct. 5. 

Almes, Francis M., assignor to Inkograph Co., Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Demonstrating machine. 2,095,851 ; Oct. 
12. 

Ainsa, Richard A., San Diego, Calif. Storage bin con- 
struction. 2,081,725 ; May 25. 

Ainsworth, Carlton P. (See DeLancey, R. W., and Ains- 
worth.) 

Ainsworth, Lloyd C. Mollne, 111., Lawn mower rttacli- 
ment. 2,080,648; May 18. 

Ainsworth Manufacturing Corporation. (See Potter, Al- 
bert T., assignor.) 

Air Conditioners, Inc. (See Cole, H. W., and Marr, as- 
signors.) 

Air Conditioning Corporation. (See Vellner, Clarence I., 
assignor.) 

Air Controls, Inc. (See Friodm.nn, Artluir, assignor.) 

Aircraft Service, Inc. (See Plaisted, Ross J., assignor.) 

Air Devices Corporation. (See Child, Lachlan W., as- 
signor.) 

Air Devices Corporation. (See Mack, Walter L., as- 
signor.) 

Air Devices Corporation. (See Sites, Ilobert L., assignor.) 

Air Devices Corporation. (See Smith, Marsliall A., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Airdraulic Brake Control Corporation. (See Brown, J. B., 
and Ijnrson, assignors.) 

Ainlnnillc Briike Control Corporation. (See I<arson, Carl 
R., assignor.) 

Air Induction Ico Bunker Corp. (See Hunter, Louis T., 
assignor.) 

.Airiniislcr Corporation, 
sigiior. ) 

.MrO-Ccl Industries Inc. 
•slf^nor. ) 



(See llueglln, Herman 0., as- 
(See lioinko, Floyd C. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



(See Anderson, James L., as- 
(See Deming, George M., as- 
(See Faulkner, Lionel E., as- 
(See Gomonet, Eug&ne, as- 
(See Joshua, W. P., Stanley, 



(See Metzger, Floyd J., as- 

(See Eagonnet, Eugene L., as- 

(See Smith, Donald Ii., as- 

(See Weil, Andr§, assignor.) 
(See Anderson, 



(See Dow 



i 



Airplane and Marine Direction Finder Corporation. (See 

Thurston, Arthur L., assignor.) 
Air Preheater Corporation, The. (See Creutz, Emil, as- 
signor.) 
Air Preheater Corporation, The. (See Palmer, Myron A., 

assignor.) 
Air Reduction Company. 

signor. ) 
Air Reduction Company. 

signor. ) 
Air Reduction Company. 

signor.) 
Air Reduction Company. 

signor.) 
Air Reduction Company. 

and Dymock, assignors.) 
Air Reduction Company. (See McEaernan, James D., as- 
signor.) 
Air Reduction Company. 

signor.) 
Air Reduction Company. 

signor.) 
Air Reduction Company. 

signor.) 
Air Reduction Company. 
Air Reduction Company Incorporated. 

James L., assignor.) 
Air-Way Electric Appliance Corporation. 

Dewey M., assignor.) 
Air-Way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Riebel, 

Frederick, Jr., assignor.) 
Air-way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Riebel, P., 

and Dow, assignors. ) 
Air- Way Electric Appliance Corporation. (See Welles, G. 

D., and Riebel, assignors.) 
Air- Way Elevator Company. (See Ayers, Ray C, as- 
signor.) 
Aisher, Jack E., assignor to The Marley Tile (Holding) 

Company Limited, London, England. Machine for 

making tiles, slabs, and the like. 2,090,928 ; Aug. 24. 
Aitken, Andrew W., assignor to The BufEalo-Springfield 

Roller Co., Springfield, Ohio. Road roller. 2,089,591 ; 

Aug. 10. 
Aitken, Andrew W., assignor to The Buffalo-Springfield 

Roller Co., Springfield, Ohio. Road roller. 2,099,590 ; 

Nov. 16. 
Aitken, Murray, assignor to Kenworth Motor Truck Cor- 
poration, Seattle, Wash. Motor vehicle. 2,092,040 ; 

Sept. 7. 
Aivaz, Boris, Budapest, Hungary. Paper coil. 2,094,937 ; 

Oct. 5. 
Ajax Electric Furnace Corporation. (See Wyatt, James 

R., assignor.) 
Ajax Electrothermlc Corporation. (See Northrup, Edwin 

F., assignor.) 
Ajdukovich, George, St. Louis, Mo. Carburetor control 

for automobiles. 2,071,013 ; Feb. 16. 
Akahira, Takeo, Takinogawa-ku, assignor to Zaidan Hojin 

Rikagaku Kenkyujo, Tokyo, Japan. Apparatus for 

manufacturing a coated insulated wire. 2,103,134 ; 

Dec. 21. 
Akerblade, Charles, Hawk Springs, Wyo. 

2,086,059 : July 6. 
Akergren, Johan E,, assignor of one-third 

Fischel, Chicago, 111. Paint brush holder. 

May 25. 
Akers, Albert E., Altoona, Pa. Catch basin for sewerage 

systems. 2,092,492 ; Sept. 7. 
Akers and Ilarpham Company, The. (See Harpham, Fred 

M., assignor.) 
Akers, James R., New Kensington, assignor to Aluminum 

Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Composite 

article. 2,086,525 ; July 13. 
Akers, Milton K., Troy, assignor to J. T. Patterson, Day- 
ton, Ohio. Game. 2,071,014; Feb. 16. 
Aki, Shozaburo, Mill Hill, London, England. Hat and 

like headgear. 2,067,809 ; Jan. 12. 
Akina, James. (See Ho, C. F.. and Akina.) 
Akins, Clifford M., Minneapolis, Minn. Traction lug and 

assembly. 2,093.404 ; Sept. 21. 
Akins, Jack, Benton Harbor, assignor to Auto Specialties 

Mfg. Co., St. Joseph, Mich. Lifting jack. 2,096,022 ; 

Oct. 19. 
Akitt, Norman B., Troy, assignor to Adirondack Foundries 

and Steel Incorporated, Watervliet, N. Y. Hopper car 

construction. 2,103.132 ; Dec. 21. 
Akron Sello Comp-iny. (Sec Ilower. John B., assignor.) 
Akron Standard Mold Company, The. (See Bostwick, 

Henry C, assignor.) 
Aktiebolagot Atlas Diesel. (See Camner, Hilding G., 

assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Atlas Diesel. (See Lundborg, Einar, as- 
signor.) 
Aktiebolagct Bofors. (See Gejrot, Claes J., assignor.) 
Aktiebolaget Befors. (See Hammar, V., Janssbn, and 

Olsson, assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Facit. (See Annerfin, E. E., and Carlstrom, 

assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Facit. (See Gustafsson, E. V., and Hellgren, 

assignors.) 
Aktiebolaget Gerh. Arehns Mckaniska Vcrkstad. (See 

John-son, Bror A. E., assignor.) 
AkUebolagoi Gerh. Arehns Melcanlska Verkstad. (See 

OrstrOm, Gustaf, assignor.) 



Ditcher. 

to F. A. 
2,081,570 ; 



Aktiebolaget Gerh. Arehns Mekaniska Verkstad. (See 
von Segebaden, E. S. D., Orstrom, assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Gotaverken. (See Johansson, Johan E., as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Imo-Industri. (See Moutelius, Carl O. J., 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Industrimetoder. (See Carlsson, Fredrik, as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Kamyr. (See Richter, J. C. F. C, and 
Ros^n, assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Kemiska Patenter. (See Cartigny, Georges 
L. D., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Ljungstroms Angturbin. (See Lysholip, A., 
Horney, and Wahlsten, assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Master-Regulator. (See Salenius, Carl G. T., 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Milo. (See Lysholm, Alf., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Nomy. (See Wallgren, A. G. F., and Lundh, 
assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Nomy. (See Wallgren, August G. F., as- 
sisuor. ) 

Aktiebolaget Rosenblads Patenter. (See Eosenblad, Curt 
F. assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Spontan. (See Ljungstrom, Fredrik, as- 
signor. ) 

Aktiebolaget Spontan. (See Ljunstrom, Fredrik.) 

Aktiebolaget Spontan. (See Wettstein, Fritz A., as- 
signor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Flatfabriken. (See Oholm, Gustav 
v., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See KylSn, Karl 
E., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See Palmgren, 
Nils A., assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken. (See Schiiberg, 
E. B., and Sandstrom, assignors.) 

Aktiebolaget Termisk Isolation. (See Munters, Carl G., 
assignor.) 

Aktiebolaget Transitoria. (See Ljungstrom, Erik, as- 
signor. ) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Buchhold, 
Thedor, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Degoumois, 
Charles, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See HUrlimann, 
Jlax.. assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Kern, 
Erwin, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Kobel, 
Ernst, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie. (See Widmer, 
Stefan, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellschaft fiir Industriegas Verkertung. (See 
Putterlfk, Jan, assignor.) 

Aktiengesellscraft fiir Stickstoffdunger. (See Weibezahn, 
C, and Walter, assignors.) 

Aktieselskabet Fisker & Nielsen. (See Fisker, Peder A., 
assignor.) 

Aktieselskabet Frichs. (See Lunn, Gustav, assignor.) 

Aktieselskabet Sydvaranger. (See Knudtzen, Johan J., 
assignor.) 

Alba Pharmaceutical Company. (See Taub, L., and 
Leuchs, assignors.) 

Alba Pharmaceutical Company. (See Taub, L., Hahl, and 
Leuchs, assignors.) 

Albano, Peter, Pelham Manor, N. Y. Table construction. 
2,081,212 ; May 25. 

Albee, Birney G. (See Harwood, H. G., and Albee.) 

Albee, Hugh M., assignor to The Leavitt Machine Com- 
pany, Orange, Mass. Eotary cutter. 2,076,110 ; Apr. 6. 

Alberg, Henrv, JNIillstadt, 111. Safety device for locks. 
2.102,583 ; Dec. 21. 

Albero, Antonio P., Almazora, Castcllon de la Plana, 
Spain. Apparatus for effecting the removal of foreign 
bodies from carded webs. 2,075,156 ; Mar. 30. 

Albers, Gerhard H. (See Albers, John E., and G. H.) 

Albers, John E., and G. H., assignors to Wincharger Cor- 
poration, Sioux City, Iowa. Safety device for wind 
driven generators. 2,074,952 ; Mar. 23. 

Albersheim, Walter J., New York, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Western Electric Company In- 
corporated. Compensating network. 2,084,119 ; June 
15. 

Albert. Abraham D., New York, N. Y. Tie rack. 
2,095,900 ; Oct. 12. 

Albert, Carl P., assignor to Greene Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Racine, Wis. Hood hinge. 2,064.444 : Jan. 5. 

Albert, Carl P., assignor to Greene IMauufacturing Co., 
Racine. Wis. .Sheet metal edging construction. 
2,080,593 ; May IS. 

Albert, Gerard A., Kennett Square, Pa., assignor to Na- 
tional Vulcanized Fibre Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Impregnating cellulosic materials and product of said 
method. 2,075,328 ; Mar. 30. 

Albert, Herman, et al. (See Bates, George A., assignor.) 

Albert, Dr. Kurt, G. m. b. H. (See Lausberg, Fritz, as- 
signor.) 

Albert, Lisa, New York, N. Y. Training commode pad. 
2,086,109 ; July 6. 

Albert, Wilholra. (See Leitz, L., Albert, and Hornung.) 

Albert!, Elio J.. Chicago, HI. Combined rolling pin and 
die. 2,075,157 ; Mar. 30. 



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Albertoli, John, San Francisco, Calif. Press. 2,089,324 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Albertson, Carl W., Clinton, Iowa. Refrigerating ap- 
paratus. 2,067,431 ; Jan. 12. 

Albertsou & Company. (See Albertson, Frans O., as- 
signor. ) 

Albertson & Company. (See Madsen, Axel, assignor.) 

Albertson, Frans O., assignor to Albertson & Company, 
Inc., Sioux City, Iowa. Disk tool. 2,066,381 ; Jan. 5. 

Albertson, Frans O., assignor to Albertson & Company, 
Inc., Sioux City, Iowa. Reconstructing valve seats. 
2,069,933 ; Feb. 9. 

Albertson, Frans O., assignor to Albertson & Company, 
Inc., Sioux City, Iowa. Sanding machine. 2,079,143 ; 
May 4. 

Albertson, Frans O., assignor to Albertson & Company, 
Inc., Sioux City, Iowa. Valve stem grinding fixture. 
2,088,359; July 27. 

Albertson, Frans O., assignor to Albertson & Company, 
Inc., Sioux City, Iowa. 2,096,023 ; Oct. 19. 

Albertson, Frans O., assignor to Albertson & Company, 
Inc., Sioux City, Iowa. Sanding machine. 2,101,305 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Albertson, William E., assignor to E. E. Parker, Atlanta, 
Ga. Fountain lettering pen. 2,095,727 ; Oct. 12. 

Albin, Jeremiah W., Babylon, N. Y., assignor of twenty- 
five per cent to William M. Muncy, Providence, R. I. 
Drafting instrument. 2,095,116 ; Oct. 5. 

Albiser, Louis, Providence, R. I., assignor to Shurliatch 
Fishing Tackle Co. Fishing line float. 2,067,165 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Alborn, Frank G.. assignor to The White Motor Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Internal combustion engine. 
2,090,175 ; Aug. 17. 

Albrecht, Carl. (See Bonath, K., and Albrecht.) 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to 
Mergenthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Typographical slug casting machine. 2,072,612 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to 
Mergenthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ty- 
pographical composing machine. 2,079,196 ; May. 4. 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to 
Mergenthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Typographical slug casting machine. 2,082,531 ; 
June 1. 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to 
Mergenthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Mold of typographical slug casting machines. 
2,082,532 ; June 1. 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to Mer- 
genthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Typo- 
graphical slug casting machine. 2,085,139 ; June 29. 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to Bler- 
genthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pro- 
duction of typographical slugs. 2,096,388 ; Oct. 19. 

Albrecht, Christian A., Berlin, Germany, assignor to 
Mergenthaler Linotype Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Matrix composing and line casting machine. 2,097,711 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Albrecht, Eduard. (See Zerweck, W., and Albrecht.) 

Albrecht, George F., Saco, Maine. Spinning ring. 
2,084,756 ; June 22. 

Albrecht, Herbert O., R. A. McGlone, and S. J. Roskosky, 
Flint, Mich., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Synthetic resin manu- 
facture. 2,103,238 ; Dec. 28. 

Albrecht, Hermann F., Berlin-Friedrichshagen, Germany, 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to Eastman Kodak 
Company, Jersey City. N. J. Roll carrier for photo- 
graphic strip film. 2,080,026 ; May 11. 

Albrecht, Josc?ph A., Buffalo, N. Y. Forming fuel 
briquettes. 2,076,315 ; Apr. 6. 

Albrecht, Joseph A., assignor to Bettinger Coal & Coke 
Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Mechanism for screening 
and transferring coal and the like. 2,080,977 ; May 18. 

Albrecht, Otto, assignor to the firm Society of Chemical 
Industry in Baslo, Basel, Switzerland. Composition 
of matter for the softening of textiles. 2,069,570 : 
Feb. 2. 

Albrecht, Otto, assignor to the firm of Society of Chemical 
Indus! ry in Basle, Basel, Switzerland. Carboxylic acid 
amides of sulphonated aromatic carboxylic acid and 
making same. 2,076,217 ; Apr. 0. 

Alhi-i'clit, Otto, assignor to firm of Society of Chemical 
Industry in Basle, Biisel, Switzerland. Sulfamides. 
2,093.947: Sept. 21. 

Albrecht. Wilholm, New York, N. Y. Bottle stopper. 
2,073,043; Mar. 9. 

Albricht, Willielm. (See Jonker, J. L. IT., and Albricht.) 

Albright, Jacob F., Bastrop, La. Paper winding machine. 
2,095,510; Oct. 12. 

Albright, Raymond W., assignor to American Anode. Inc., 
Akron. Oliio. Therapeutical appliance. 2,077,453 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Albriglit, Robert B., assignor to Phllco Radio & Tele- 
vision Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Image suppres- 
sion circuit. 2,097,3.')9 ; Oct. 20. 

Albriglit, William K, PillKbiirgh, Pa. Flexible drive 
shaft. 2,090,174; Aug. 17. 

Alcet IQlectroc Products Corporation. (See Anderson, 
James C.) 

Alco-Oravurc Inc. (See Calm, Jack, assignor.) 



Alco Products Incorporated. (See Barclay, J. M., and 

Foi'bes, assignors.) 
Alco Products Incorporated. (See Cooke, M. B., Schutt, 

and Throckmorton, assignors.) 
Alco Products Incorporated. (See Patton, Cuyler S., as- 
signor.) 
Alco Products, Incorporated. (See Petty, Earl, as- 
signor.) 
Alco Products Incorporated. (See Schutt, H. C, and 

Throckmorton, assignors. ) 
Alco Products, Incorporated. (See Wallis, J. S., and 

Mahoney, assignors.) 
Alco Products, Inc. (See Wallis, John S., assignor.) 
Alco Valve Co. (See Shrode, John L., assignor.) 
Alcorn Combustion Company. (See Alcorn, James S., 

assignor.) 
Alcorn Combustion Company. (See Nash, Arthur E., 

assignor.) 
Alcorn, James S., Wynnewood, assignor to Alcorn Com- 
bustion Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Heat transfer 

system. 2,101.835 ; Dec. 14. 
Alco Valve Company. (See Shrode, John L., assignor.) 
Alco Valve Company. (See Sparks, Robert L., assignor.) 
Aldeborgh, Erik H., and C. E. Ruf, assignors to Standard 

Gage Company, Incorporated, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Bore 

measuring attachment for dial indicators. 2,095,405 ; 

Oct. 12. 
Aldeen, Gedor W., and T. Erickson, assignors to American 

Cabinet Hardware Corp., Rockford, 111. Catch. 

2,079,648 ; May 11. 
Alden, Carroll R., assignor to Ex-Cell-O Aircraft & Tool 

Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Fluid distribution system. 

2,069,744; Feb. 9. 
Alden, Carroll R., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Ex- 

Cell-O Corporation. Fuel injection system. 2,087,233 ; 

July 20. 
Alden, Charles A. (See Robbins, F. A., Jr., and Alden.) 
Alden, Gardner R., assignor to Dennlson Manufacturing 

Company, Framingham, Mass. Adhesives. Re. 20,433 ; 

July 6. 
Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 

Company, Detroit, Mich. Steering wheel drive for 

vehicles. 2,075,563; Mar. 30. 
Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 

Company, Detroit, Mich. Steering drive axle. 

2,075,564 ; Mar. 30. 
Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 

Company, Detroit, Mich. Sealing device for relatively 

rotatabls parts. 2,076,218 ; Apr. 6. 
Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 

Company, Detroit, Mich. Suspension for multiwheelers. 

2,078,521 ; Apr. 27. 
Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 

Company, Detroit, Mich. Multiwheel suspension for 

vehicles. 2,096,530 ; Oct. 19. 
Alder, William F., Altadena, assignor of one-half to 

R. P. Merritt, individually, and one-half to said Merritt 

as trustee, Fresno, Calif. Method, apparatus, and 

motion picture for simulating relative distances of 

objects in picturization on a plane surface. 2,082,781 ; 

June 8. 
Alderfer, Sterling W., assignor to E. D. Andrews, Akron, 

Ohio. Apparatus for making rubber tubing or the 

like. 2,070,388; Feb. 9. 
Alderfer, Sterling W., assignor of one-half to E. D. 

Andrews, Akron, Ohio. Apparatus for the manufacture 

of articles direct from latex solution. 2,083,211 ; 

June 8. 
Alderman, Alonzo E., Washington, D. C, assignor to 

Burton Manufacturing Coinpany. Inc., Chicago. 111. 

Combined camera and illuminator. Re. 20,281 ; Mar. 9. 
Alderman, Eugene R., South Hadlev, Blass. Bobbin strip- 
ping machine. 2,070,193 ; Feb. 9. 
Aldhaiii, T. l']dward, et al. (See Wicks, J. D., and 

Mowery, assignors.) 
Aldliam. Thomas E. (See Franklin, F. H.. and Aldhain.) 
Aldham, Thomas E., Providence, R. I. Oil filter. 

2,083,546 ; June 15. 
Aldington, Jolm N., Ashton-on-Ribblo, assignor to Siemens 

Electric Lamps and Supplies lyimited, London, England. 

Discharge electric lamp. 2,089,325 ; Aug. 10. 
Aldricli, Alfred P., Jr., Gilford, N. H. Hopper feeder. 

2,008,587 ; Jan. 19. 
Aldrich, Alfred P., Jr., Gilford, N. H. Picker and art of 

forming lap. 2,086,517 ; July 13. 
Aldrich. Charles II., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to The 

American Metal Company, I;imitod, New York, N. Y. 

Stool to be used in the casting of metal. 2,099,670 ; 

Nov. 23. 
Aldrich, Robert H., Boston, Mass., and T"). .\. Ttryce. as- 
signors to CaU'o Chemical Company, Inc.. lioiiiui Hrook. 

N. J. Dye composKion for the Ireadnent of external 

burns in luiman l)(>ings. 2,103,."?09: Voi: 2S. 
Aldrich, William O., assignor to Wliitin Machine Works, 

Whitlnsville, JIass. Spinning or twisting spindle. 

2,095,901 ; Oct. 12. 
Aldridge, .Vrlliur A., Paxtang, assignor of one-fourth to 

W. A. Laii-d, (^hnmbersburg. and ono-linlf to W. T. 

(Jardner, I'ittsburgli, I'li. Washing machine. 2.101,634; 

Dee. 7. 
Aldridge, Blair G. (See Fl.sher, II. V.. and Aldridge.) 
Aldridge, Blair O., assignor to Union Oil Conip:>ny of 

California, Los Angeles, Cnllf. Dewnxing oil. 

2.081,287 ; May 25. 




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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



i 



Alessi, Joseph H., assignor to G. S. Postma, Denver, Colo. 
Tire inflater. 2,067.SS2 ; Jan. 19. 

Alessi-Grimaldi, Antonino, Conrbevoie, France. Hub. 
2,087,684 ; July 20. 

Alexander, David A. H. (See Quick, C. G., Bennison, and 
Alexander.) 

Alexander, Earl C. Glen EUyn. assignor to Massey Con- 
crete Products Corporation, Chicago, 111. Crossing slab. 
2.067,037 : Jan. 5. 

Alexander, Fred. (See Gottlieb, Meyer, and P., assignors.) 

Alexander, Harvey B.. Kingston, N. Y., assignor to Her- 
cules Powder Company, Wilmington. Del. Producing 
diazodinitrophenol and product thereof. 2.103,926 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Alexander, James, Mllwauiee, Wis. Carbonating ma- 
chine. 2,094,778: Oct. 5. 

Alexander, James X., Birmingham, Ala. Saw setter. 
2,070,105 : Feb. 9. 

Alexander, James X., Birmingham, Ala. Gravity feed 
for cross-cut saw handles. 2,070,106 ; Feb. 9. 

Alexander, James X., Birmingham, Ala. Saw. 2,075,329 : 
Mar. 30. 

Alexander, James R., Jr., Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Control system. 2,102,664 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Alexander, John E. et al. (See Carter, William A., as- 
signor. ) 

Alexander, Joseph A., assignor to The Atlantic Refining 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Treatment of oil-wax 
mixtures. 2,079,596 ; May 11. 

Alexander, Joseph A., assignor to The Atlantic Refining 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Treatment of oil-wax mix- 
tures. 2,083,547 : June 15. 

Alexander, Joseph F., assignor of forty-nine per cent to 
C. L. George, Wichita, Kans. Radiator water filter. 
2,082,866 ; June 8. 

Alexander. Paul. Brussels, Belgium. Deposition of me- 
tallic films from metal vaporized in vacuo. 2,100,045 ; 
Xov. 23. 

Alexander, Peter P., Marblehead. Mass. Production of 
calcium hydride. 2.082,134 ; June 1. 

Alexander, Raphael, Xew Xork, X. T. Multitop table. 
2,085,781 ; July 6. 

Alexander, Samuel. Hartford, Conn. Display device. 
2,071,155 ; Feb. 16. 

Alexander, Tiknon C. (See MacClatchie, J. W., and 
Alexander.) 

Alexander, William, Homebush. near Sydney. Xew South 
Wales, Australia. Throttle control device for automo- 
biles. 2,090.246 : Aug. 17. 

Alexander, William H., Klamath Palls, Oreg. Power oper- 
ated latch release for sUding reach trailers. 2,058,986 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. T., assignor to 
General Electric Companv. Electric valve converting 
system. Re. 20.364: May IS. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, X. T., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric valve translat- 
ing circuit. 2,092.545 ; Sept. 7. 

Alexanderson. Ernst F. W.. Schenectady, X^. T.. assignor to 
General Electric Company. Electric translating circuit. 
2,092.546 ; Sept. 7. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady. X. T., assignor 
to General Electric Companv. Electric valve translat- 
ing circuits. 2,098.023 ; Xov. 2. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, X. Y., and J. H. 
Hammond. Jr., Gloucester, Mass., assignors to General 
Electric Company. Airplane landing field using direc- 
tional radio beams. 2,077,196 ; Apr. 13. 

Alexanderson. Ernst F. W., and A. H. Mittag, Schenec- 
tady, X. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Electric power system. 2,084,177 ; June 15. 

Alexandre. Paul. Strasbourg, France. Garment waist 
band. 2.084.720: June 22. 

Alfa Machine Company. (See LaukufiE. Alfred, assignor.) 

Alfandre, Harry, Brooklyn, X. T. Strap and buckle as- 
sembling apparatus. 2,091,175 ; Aug. 24. 

Alfandre, Harry, Brooklyn, X. Y. Strap and buckle as- 
sembling apparatus. 2,091,176 ; Ang. 24. 

Alfaro, Heraclio, Cambridge, Mass. Internal combustion 
engine. 2.080,840 ; May 18. 

Alfaro, Heraclio. Cambridge. Mass. Internal combustion 
engine. 2,091,948 ; Sept. 7. 

Alfaro, Heraclio, Boston, Mass. Wobbler actuating pis- 
ton for barrel engines. 2,091,949 ; Sept. 7. 

Alflna Immobllien-Finanzierungs- & Verwaltungs A. G. 
See Korbuly, Kflroly, assignor.) 

Alford, Andrew, assignor to Mackay Radio and Telegraph 
Company, Xew York, X. Y. Antenna. 2,081,162 ; May 
25. 

Alford, De Traville M., Xashville, Tenn. Eraser attach- 
ment for pencils and the like. 2,086.657 ; July 13. 

Alfreds, Torris H., Park Ridge, 111., assignor to Mapes 
Consolidated Manufacturing Company, Griffith, Ind. 
Cake plate of molded fibrous material. 2,095,686 ; Oct. 
12. 

Algard, Bernhard M., Sheridan. Wyo. Filter device for 
compressed air. 2,095.586 ; Oct. 12. 

Alpar.^son. Grettir, assignor to H. de M. Molson. Mon- 
treal, Quebec Canada. Airscrew blade pitch control- 
ling mochanism. 2,103.740 : Dec. 28. 

Algee, Lucian C, Orlando, and W. E. Dickson. Xew 
Symma, Fla. Vehicle brake, 2,068,588 ; Jan. 19. 



Algeo. Homer E.. Carrollton, Ohio. Door hook. 
2,093,180; Sept. 14. 

Alibert, Jean M., Lyon. France, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to E. i. du Pont de Xemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Obtaining an artificial thread of a 
fluffy character. 2,077.0ST ; Apr. 3 3. 

Alink, Roelof J. H. (See de Boer, J. H., and Alink.) 

Alink, Roelof J. H., Klaas H. Klaassens, and H. J. Hont- 
man, assignors to X. V. Philips' Gloeilampenfabrieken, 
Eindhoven, Xetherlands. Method and material for ob- 
taining photographic contrasts. 2,067,690 ; Jan. 12. 

Alink, Roelof J. H.. assignor to X. V. Philips, Gloeilampen- 
fabrieken. Eindiioven, Xetherlands. Carrier comprising 
a diazonium compound and obtaining contrasts. 
2.0S3.285 : June 8. 

AU Steel Trailer Company. (See Byington, William C, 
assignor.) 

Allabach. Earl P., TTpper Darby, Pa. Electrical connec- 
tion. 2.075,794 ; Apr. 6. 

Allan. Alexander B., X. Stewart, and J. M. Howie, Dunlop, 
Scotland. Poultry house. 2,078,593 : Apr. 27. 

AUan, Benjamin W. (See Bousquet, L'R. G., Richter, and 
Allan.) 

Allan, Benjamin W., assignor to .American Zirconium 
Corporation. Baltimore, Md. Preparing a titanium pig- 
ment. 2,091,955 : Sept. 7. 

Allan, James R., Oak Park, and F. H. Amos, (Chicago, HL, 
assignors to International Harvester Company. Recir- 
culating air system for dtist removal. 2,074,317 ; Mar. 
23. 

Allan. John, and J. A. Wainwright. Spondon. near Derby, 
England, assignors to Celanese Corporation of America. 
Production of effects on materials. 2.101. SS7 ; Dec, 14. 

Allan, John. Morris, assignor to Self-Locking Carton Co., 
Chicago, m. Carton. 2,075,417 ; Mar. 30. 

AUan. Stephen G., Oklahoma Citv, Okla. Display fono, 
2,082.135 : June 1. 

Allard. Arthur R., Drexel Hill, Pa. Safety shoe. 
2.079,237 : May 4. 

AUardice, Thomas B.. Mountain Lakes, X'. J. Cinder re- 
moval and disposal apparatus. 2.087,789 ; July 20. 

Allegemeine Elektricitatz Gesellschaft. (See Klutke, 
Fritz, assignor.) 

Allegheny Steel Company. (See Browne, Tere B., as- 
signor. ) 

Allegheny Steel Company. (See Goss, Xorman P., as- 
signor.) 

Allegheny Steel Company. (See Otte. Otho M.. assignor.) 

Allegheny Steel Company. (See Scharschu, Charles A., 
assignor.) 

All-Electric Cream Separator Company. (See Castle- 
man, Samuel T.. assignor.) 

Allemann. Hugo. Bettlach, Switzerland. Drilling machine. 
2,070,463; Feb. 9. 

Allemann, Otto, assignor to E. L du Pont de Xemours & 
Companv, Wilmington. Del. Manufacture of arylamino- 
naphthalene-sulphonic acids. 2.092.867 ; Sept. 14. 

Allen, Albert J., Brooklyn, X. Y., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burg, Pa. Electrical meter installation. 2,076,492 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Allen. Albert J., Brooklyn, X. Y.. and W. M. Bradshaw, 
Summit, X. J., assignors to Westinghouse Electric & 
Manufacturing Company. East Pittsburgh, Pa. Detach- 
able meter. 2,076.491 ; Apr. 6. 

Allen, Alfred G., Deadwood, S. Dak. Vacuum tenaculum. 
2.082.782 ; June 8. 

AUen, Alfred W., Philadelphia, Pa. Airship. 2,082,675 ; 
June 1. 

Allen. Alfred W.. Philadelphia, Pa. Refrigerator. 
2.091.901 : Aug. 31. 

Allen, Archie A., assignor to Kirsch Company, Stnrgls, 
Mich. Traverse curtain rod. 2,097,907 : Xov. 2. 

-■Vllen. .\rthur S. (See Wiltse, Sumner, assignor.) 

AUen. Bona, Incorporated. (See Vance, Robert E., as- 
signor.) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Bradley, H. L., and Haas, 
assignors.) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Bradley, Harry L., as- 
signor.) 

AUen-Bradley Company. (See Megow, (Jeorge E., as- 
signor.) 

Allen-Bradley Company. (See Ragatz, E. C, and Tell- 
kamp. assignors.) 

AUen-Bradley Company. (See Wilms, G. O., and Peter- 
sen, assicnors. i 

AUen-Bradley Company. (See Wilms, Gustav 0., as- 
signor.) 

AUen, Carl M. (See GaUagher, C. A., and Allen.) 

Allen. Carlton H., Glens Falls, X. Y. Hydrator. 
2.092.628 : Sept. 7. 

Allen. Charles, assignor to Campbell Taggart Associated 
Bakeries, Inc., Kansas City. Mo. Combination ptish bar 
and sign support. 2,078.478 ; Apr. 27. 

AUen. Charles W., Memphis, Tenn. Structural nnlt. 
2.087.958 ; July 27. 

Allen, Clarence W., San Francisco, C^lif. Lifeboat pro- 
pelling mechanism. 2,073,383 ; Mar. 9. 

Allen. Clarence W., San Francisco. Calif. Lifeboat pro- 
pelling mechanism. 2.098.606 ; Xov. 9. 

Allen, Clile C. and G. E. Park, Chicago, lU., and R. S. 
Park, Richmond, Ey. Instrument for examining the 
eyes. ' 2,081,969 ; June 1. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Allen Company, The. (See Allen, Mark H., assignor.) 

Allen, Draper C., Dryden, assignor of one-half to Lagrand 
Chase, Ithaca, N. Y. Hydraulic drain cleaner and the 
like. 2,086,149 ; July 6. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Recording mechanism. 
2,066,309; Jan. 5. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Apparatus for the control 
of highway crossing signals. 2,071,995 ; Feb. 23. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway signaling. 2,076,317 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic controlling 
apparatus. 2,082,136 ; June 1. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway signaling. 2,088,079 ; 
July 27. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic controlling 
apparatus. 2,102,988 ; Dec. 21. 

Allen, Earl M., Swissvale, and H. S. Xoung, Williinsburg, 
assignors to The Union Switch & Signal Company, 
Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic controlling apparatus. 
2,066,903; Jan. 5. 

Allen, Earl M., Edgewood, and P. N. Martin, assignors to 
The Union Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. 
Railway signaling apparatus. 2.080,801 ; May 18. 

Allen, Earl M., Swissdale, and T. J. O'Meara, Pittsburgh, 
assignors to The Union Switch & Signal Company, 
Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic controlling apparatus. 
2,085,886 ; July 6. 

Allen, Earl M., Edgewood, and H. S. Young, Wilkinsburg, 
assignors to The Union Switch & Signal Company, 
Swissvale, Pa. Interlocking control apparatus. 
2,092,197 ; Sept. 7. 

Allen, Edith D., New Yorlc, N. Y. Combination cigarette 
package and ash tray. 2,085,062 ; June 29. 

Allen, Edith I., San Francisco, Calif. Multiple camp 
chair. 2,095,625 ; Oct. 12. 

Allen, Edward M. (See Lynn, G., and Allen.) 

Allen, Edwin H., assignor to Highway Trailer Company, 
Edgerton, Wis. Railroad car and trailer combination 
apparatus. 2,099,288 ; Nov. 16. 

Allen, Ernest C, Milwaukee, Wis. Tilting croquet. 
2,067,005 ; Jan. 5. 

Allen, Foatherston H. (See Stevens, E. P., and Allen.) 

Allen, Frank, et al. (See Nichols, Okey E., assignor.) 

Allen, Gene. (See Pierson, T. N., and Allen.) 

Allen, George E. (See Thomas, J. A., and Allen.) 

Allen, George W., Hyde Park, Boston, and J. S. Farwell, 
Brookline, assignors to B. F. Sturtevant Company, Inc., 
Hyde Park, Boston, Mass. Cleaning method and appa- 
ratus. 2,100,286 ; Nov. 23. 

Allen, Heman H. (See Brooks, D. B., and Allen.) 

Allen, Henry A., et al, trustees. (See Pratt, Harry P., 
assignor.) 

Allen, Henry B., assignor to Henry Disston and Sons, Inc., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for making composite 
metals. 2,074,296 ; Mar. 16. 

Allen, Herbert. (See Abercrombie, J. S., Tennant, and 
Allen.) 

Allen, Herbert, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Aber- 
crombie Pump Company, Houston, Tex. Relief valve. 
2.071,375; Feb. 23. 

Allen, Herbert, assignor to Abercrombie Pump Company, 
Houston, Tex. Relief valve. 2,071,376 ; Feb. 23. 

Allen, Herbert, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Aber- 
crombie Pump Company, Houston, Tex. Pump. 
2,092,629 ; Sept. 7. 

Allen, Herbert, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Aber- 
crombie Pump Company, Houston, Tex. Pump. 
2,102.005 ; Dec. 21. 

Allen, Howard C, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Drink dispensing device. 2,070,107 ; Feb. 9. 

Allen, Howard D., Passaic, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Paper feeding ap- 
paratus for typing devices. 2,080,524; May 18. 

Allen, Howard G., Edgewood, R. I., assignor to Boston 
Wire Stitcher Company, Portland, Maine. Stapling or 
wire stitching machine. 2,079,073: May 11. 

Allen, Howard G., Edgewood, and H. A. Bickford, War- 
wick, R. I., assignors to Boston Wire Stitcher Com- 
pany, Portland, Maine. Staple-extractor. 2,079,672 ; 
May 11. 

Allen, Hugh E., assignor of one-half to A. G. McCaleb, 
lOvanston, 111. Nonllquid mai>lo Havering material. 
2,078,215 ; Apr. 27. 

Allen, Hugh 10., assignor of one-half to A. G. McCaleb, 
Evanston, 111. Quickly prepared raw vegetable soups. 
2,079,049; May 11. 

Allen, Jack W., Dalln.i, Toy. Well and conslruciing and 
ccirioiiling same. 2.080,400; May 18. 

Allen, Jiiines (i., assignor to Detroit Ijubrlcator Coni- 
pimy, Detroit, Midi. Carburetor and control means 
Ihcrcfor. 2,092,297 ; Sept. 7. 

Allen, James M., Wasliington, D. C. Remote control np- 
panituH. 2,085,624; Juno 29. 

Allen, .rMiiif'R K., U. S. Navy, and R. K. McCally, Wash- 
ington, D. (;. I'araclHite flare container. 2,095,958 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Allen, James S., ITanimond, Ind. Tone bar. 2,073,331 ; 
Mar. 0. 



Allen, John E., M. J. Blew, and A. C. Wood, Philadelphia, 

Pa. Refuse destructor. 2,088,225; July 27. 
Allen, John S., Worcester, Mass. Garden tool. 2,082,476 ; 

June 1. 
Allen, Joseph W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Eclipse Aviation Corporation, East Orange, N. J. Driv- 
ing mechanism. 2,075,078 ; Mar. 30. 
Allen, Joseph W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Eclipse Aviation Corporation, East Orange, N. J. 

Electrical apparatus. 2,096,664 ; Oct. 19. 
Allen, Lawrence H., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell 

Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Repertory dialing device. 2,086,110 ; July 6. 
Allen, Lawrence H., Summit, and J. W. Gooderham, 

Larchmont, assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 

Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Automatic stock 

quotation system. 2,092,493 ; Sept. 7. 
Allen, Lee E., New Castle, Pa., assignor to Pennsylvania 

Engineering Works. Ladle structure. 2,067,883 ; Jan. 

19. 
Allen, Lowell C, and B. B. Doughty, Belleville, IlL 

Cleaning and polishing composition. 2,098,607 ; Nov. 9. 
Allen, Mark H., assignor to The Allen Company, Green- 
ville, S. C. Incinerator. 2,070,520; Feb. 9. 
Allen, Blarvin K., Houston, Tex. Apparatus for erecting 

tanks. 2,071,246 ; Feb. 16. 
Allen, Paul A. (See Brown, L. F., and AUen.) 
Allen, Paul E., Niles Center, 111. Nursing bottle. 

2,066,445 ; Jan. 5. 
Allen, Philip H., San Leandro, Calif. Engine. 2,069,745 : 

Feb. 9. 
Allen, Raymond W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & 

Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Apparatus for testing 

brakes. 2,084,547 ; June 22. 
Allen, Robert L., Buffalo, N. Y. Pole reinforcement 

2,090,972 ; Aug. 24. 
Allen, Rollin M., Marshalltown, Iowa. Auxiliary acceler- 
ator control. 2,084,932 ; June 22. 
Allen, Rosslyn C, Pittsburgh, Pa. Hand grenade. 

2,084,994 ; June 29. 
Allen, Roy O., Athens, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 

Company, Jersey City, N. J. Implement retainer. 

2,090,464; Aug. 17. 
Allen, S. L., & Co. (See Birkhead, Frank G., assignor.) 
Allen, S. L., & Co. (See Haagen. Charles W., assignor.) 
Allen, Scott E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company, 

Newark, N. J. Discharging fluid pressure containers. 

2,072,577 ; Mar. 2. 
Allen, Scott E., Glen Ridge, assignor to C-O-Two Fire 

Equipment Company, Newark, N. J. Discharge head for 

fluid containers. 2,073,670 ; Mar. 16. 
Allen, Scott E., Glen Ridge, assignor to C-O-Two Fire 

Equipment Company, Newark, N. J. Fire extinguishing 

apparatus with warning signal. 2,074,157 ; Mar. 16. 
Allen, Scott E., Glen Ridge, assignor to C-O-Two Fire 

Equipment Company, Newark, N. J. Fire extinguishing 

apparatus. 2,076,692 ; Apr. 13. 
Allen, Scott E., Glen Ridge, assignor to C-O-Two Fire 

Equipment Company, Newark, N. J. Fire extinguishing 

apparatus. 2,084,719 : June 22. 
Allen, Scott E., Glen Ridge, assignor to C-O-Two Fire 

Equipment Company, Newark, N. J. Fire extinguish- 
ing apparatus. 2.090.279 ; Aug. 17. 
Allen, Scott E., Glen Ridge, assignor to C-O-Two Fire 

Equipment Company. Newark, N. J. Fire extinguishing 

system. 2,097,908 ; Nov. 2. 
Allen, Scott E., Glen Rid^e, and J. E. Rennert, Springfield, 

assignors to C-O-Two Fire Equipment Companv, Newark, 

N. J. Discharge head for fluid containers. 2,078,553 ; 

Apr. 27. 
Allen, Sherman T., Los Angeles, assignor, bv mesne as- 
signments, to O. O. Brooker, San Francisco, Calif. 

Game. 2,093,948 ; Sept. 21. 
Allen, Sidney G., Raleigh, N. C. Crash cause recorder for 

aircraft. 2,099,587 ; Nov. 16. 
Allen, Stratford B., Arlington, assignor to E. E. Kent, 

Newton, Mass. Vibration actuated controller. 

2,075,774 ; Mar. 30. 
Allen, Thomas, et al. (See Hover, Monte E.,- assignor.) 
Allen, W. D. Manufacturing Company. (See Evans, John 

G., assignor.) 
Allen Wales Adding Machine Corporation. (See Fried, 

Jerome A., assignor.) 
Allen, Wallace T. (See Jackson, J. G., and Allen.) 
Allen, William II. (See Ritchie, C. F., Gale, and Al- 
len.) 
Allen, William S., Warwick, R. I. Apparatus for dls- 

<liiirglng condensate from drying drums. 2.102,106; 

Dec. 14. 
Allen, William W. (See Grnnimer, A. L.. and Allen.) 
Allenliaugli, Robert F., Casper, Wyo. Bottle cap. 

2,092,547 ; Sept. 7. 
Allcnlown llolibin Works, Inc., The. (See Mack, Harry C, 

assignor.) 
Alleiilown National Bank, The, administrator. (See 

HInicM-, Eiiill A., n.sslgnor.) 
Alles, Ulcliard, Aliinnlielni, assignor to 1. O. Fnrben- 

Iniln.strle Aktli-ngesellscluift, l''iiiiiUI'ort-on-tho-Maln, 

Cennniiy. Synthetic tana and producing the same. 

2,082,177 ; June 1. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Alles, Richard, Mannheim, assignor to I. G. Farbenindus- 

trie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Ger- 
many. Production of water-soluble condensation prod- 
ucts. 2,099,717 ; Nov. 23. 
Alley, Joseph D. (See Alley, Thomas E. and J. D.) 
Alley, Thomas R., Alleyton, Tex., assignor of thirty-nine 

and five-tenths per cent to W. Pool, Colorado County, 

Tex., and thirty and five-tenths percent to J. Rhoades, 

ten per cent to K. C. Barkley, two and five-tenths per 

cent to E. C. Terrell, and eight and five-tenths per cent 

to W. D. Estlinbaum (their) Pump. 2,074,450 ; Mar. 

23. 
AUev, Thomas R. and J. D., Alleyton, Tex. Huller gin. 

2,090,742 ; Aug. 24. 
AUgauer Alpenmilch Aktiengesellschaft. (See Malyoth, 

Giinther, assignor.) 
Allgemeine Electricitats Gesellschaft Friedrick Karl. (See 

Konig, Erwin, assignor.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Daene, Her- 
bert, assignor.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Ebbig- 

hausen, Elimar, assignor.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Kniepen, 

Peter, assignor.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Schaffer- 

nicht, Walter, assignor.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitats Gesellschaft. (See Ziegenbein, 

Wilhelm, assignor.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitatz Gesellschaft. (See Konig, Erwin, 

assignor.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitatz Gesellschaft. (See Rupp, Emil, 

assignor.) 
Allgemeine Elektricitatz Gesellschaft. (See Wohlfarth, 

O., and Agricola, assignors.) 
AUgemeine Elektricitatz Gesellschaft Friedrich Karl Ufer. 

(See Barz, F., and Braband, assignors.) 
AUgemeine Elektricitatz Gesellschaft, Friedrich Karl Ufer. 

(See llama cher. Fritz, assignor.) 
Alliance Machine Company, The. (See Keller, Walter D., 

assignor.) 
Alliance Porcelain Products Company, The. (See Rod- 
man, Clarence J., assignor.) 
Allied Engineering Company. (See Grange, E. A., and 

Schmidt, assignors.) 
Allied Engineering Company. (See Kaptuller, Alexander 

F., assignor.) 
Allied Engineering Company. (See Schmidt, Erwin J., 

assignor.) 
Allin, George S., assignor to Isaacson Iron Works, Inc., 

Seattle, Wash. Load hauling vehicle. 2,072,998 ; 

Mar. 9. 
Allin, George S., SeatOe, Wash., and T. P. Flynn, Port- 
land, Greg. Rock blade for bulldozers. 2,081,192 ; 

May 25. 
Ailing, E. Roy, Kenmore, N. X. Conveying means. 

2,089,592 ; Aug. 10. 
AUingham, John, assignor of one-half to W. N. Ross- 
berg, Los Angeles, Calif. Recovery of precious metals. 

2,079,597 ; May 11. 
AUis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Bruese- 

witz, Rudolph M.. assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Cooper, 

James B., assignor.) 
AlUs-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Dahl- 

strand, H. P., and Seaholm, assignors.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Dortort, 

Isadore K., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Frudden, 

C. E., and Strehlow, assignors.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Frudden, 

Conrad E., assignor.) 
AUis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Greer, 

E. R., and Norelius, assignors.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Hill, Le- 

land H., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Howe, 

Ramon R., assignor.) 
AUis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Journeaux, 

Didior. assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmors Alanufacturing Company. (See Marti, 

Othmar K., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmors Slanufacturing Company. (See Ncwhouse, 

R. C, and Puorner, assignors.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Norelius, 

Emil F., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers ^lanufacturing Company. (See Pfau, 

Arnold, assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmors Manufacturing Company. (See Puerner, 

RprtiJiin II., assignor.) 
AUis-Clialmers Manufacturing Company. (See Ring. 

Joseph J., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Stein. 

Harold J., assignor.) 
AUis-Chalniers Manufacturing Company. (See Stivender, 

Edward II., assignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Watson, 

W., and Nagler, assignors.) 
Allis-Clialmers Manufacturing Company. (See Wilson, 

Herbert A., assignor.) 
AUis-Chalmors Manufacturing Company. (See Winograd. 

Harold, a.ssignor.) 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Winograd, 

H., and Dortort, assignors.) 



Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Winograd, 
H., and Journeaux, assignors.) 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company. (See Winograd, 
H., and Kaegi, assignors.) 

AUls, Robert T., Springfield, Mass. Fastener mount and 
making the same. 2,087,371 ; Jan. 12. 

AUis, Robert T., Springfield, assignor to The Standard 
Corset Company, Holyoke, Mass. Foundation garment. 
2,075,565 ; Mar. 30. 

Allison, Charles F., South Chicago, assignor of one-half 
to J. J. Doherty, Dwight, HI. Differential drive mecha- 
nism. 2,096,834 ; Oct 26. 

Allison, Donald K., Beverly Hills, Calif. Electrometric 
apparatus. 2,095,305 ; Oct. 12. 

Allison, Ira, St. Louis, Mo., assignor to A. L. Hardin. 
Defrosting apparatus. 2,069,201 ; Feb. 2. 

Allison, Kenneth C, Arlington Heights, assignor to Oak 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, HI. Electric switch. 
2,067,557 ; Jan. 12. 

Allison, Leslie R., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
traffic controUing apparatus. 2,071,056 ; Feb. 16. 

Allison, Leslie R., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Control 
system. 2,098,819 ; Nov. 9. 

Allison, Murrell G. (See Roos, C. K., and Allison.) 

Allison, Ray R., and C. A. Steinbeck, Kansas City, Mo. 
Automobile clearance signal. 2,071,100 ; Feb. 16. 

AUmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Dreyfua, 
Ludwig, assignor.) 

AUmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Hans- 
son, Bror, assignor.) 

AUmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See Lanun, 
Uno, assignor.) 

AUmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. (See R5nn- 
berg, Daniel, assignor.) 

All Metal Products Company. (See Brethen, Charles A., 
assignor.) 

All Metal Products Company. (See Gora, John, as- 
signor.) 

AUover Manufacturing Co. (See Boerger, Julius W., as- 
signor.) 

AUoway, Frank L., Kingsport, Tenn. Hearing aid. 
2,097,554; Nov. 2. 

AUread, Oreste L., assignor to The Sparks-Withington 
Company, Jackson, Mich. Door pusher and light 
switch. 2.096,503 ; Oct. 19. 

AUsop, Thomas, and W. W. Sibson, assignors to The 
Philadelphia Drying Machinery Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Conveyer pole for drying machines and the like. 
2,080,027 ; May 11. 

AU-Steel Equip Company. (See Breitenstein, Harold L., 
assignor.) 

All-Steel-Equip Company. (See Knell, John, assignor.) 

All Steel Products Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Cardwell, Harland W., assignor.) 

AUyn, Robert S. (See Harvey, James W., assignor.) 

AUyn, William N., Auburn, N. Y. Laryngoscope. 
2,070,820; Feb. 16. 

AUyne Laboratories, Inc. (See Gruber, Edward, as- 
signor.) 

Ahuen, John O., Royal Oak, and H. J. Kirschner. Detroit, 
assignors to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 
Friction clutch. 2,100,464 ; Nov. 30. 

Almdale, Einar, Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Midland 
Steel Products Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Automobile 
chassis member and making same. 2,077,454 : Apr. 20. 

Almdale, Einar, Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Alid- 
land Steel Products Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Mak- 
ing grommets. 2,096,623 ; Oct. 19. 

Almen, John O., Royal Oak, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Jlich. Race and roller trans- 
mission mechanism. 2,076,057 ; Apr. 6. 

Almen, John O., Royal Oak, Mich., and W. D. Gove, West 
Hartford, Conn., assignors to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Friction transmission control 
mechanism. 2,073,134 : Mar. 9. 

Almgren, August E., Hillside, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Can Company, New York, N. Y. Stacking device. 
2,070.568; Feb. 16. 

Almquist, Nils T., and O. M. Anderson, assignors to Lan- 
ders, Frary & Clark. New Britain, Conn. Vacuum 
cleaner truck. 2,095.948 ; Oct. 12. 

Alonso, Francisco S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Toy machine enn. 
2,073,544 ; Mar. 9. 

.Mox Corporation. (See Burwell, A. W., and Kempe, as- 
signors.) 

Alpern, Jlaswell, assignor to American Engineering Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Fluid control system. 

2.086.202 ; July 6. 

Alporn, Maxwell, assignor to American Engineering Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Fluid control system. 

2.086.203 ; July 6. 

Alpert, Jerry, New York, N. Y. Stencil sheet. 2,087.564 : 
July 20. . 

Alpine Electric Corporation. (See Weber, J., and Walsh, 
assignors.) 

Alpine Electric Corporation. (See Weber, John, assignor.) 

Alport, David E. and S., Kansas City, Mo., as- 
signors to J. W. Anderson, Gary, Ind. Razor. 
2,099,251 ; Nov. 16. 

-Vlport, Simon. (See Alport, David E. and S.) 



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15 



Alrose Chemical Company. (See Weisberg, M., and Cor- 
man, assignors.) 

Alsaker, Alfred, and J. Rah, assignors to Delta-Star Elec- 
tric Company, Chicago, 111. Electrical rail bond. 
2,068,639 ; Jan. 26. 

Alspaugh, James S., Columbus, Ohio. Power transmitting 
mechanism. 2,076,974 ; Apr. 13. 

Alston, Roland, Washington, D. C. Mechanical adjust- 
able shirt. 2,101,380 ; Dec. 7. 

Alt, Karl, Cape Town, Union of South Africa. Form of 
pipe coupling. 2,090,719 ; Aug. 24. 

Alt, Louis M. (See Ross, D. E., and Alt.) 

Altenbern, Gustav A. (See Burchell, E. W., and Alten- 
bern. ) 

Altenkirch, Edmund. (See Nesselmann, K., and Alten- 
kirch.) 

Alter, Isador, New York, N. Y. Bag with spring closure. 
2,084,757 ; June 22. 

Alter. Julius M., Brooklyn, and M. Lipsey, New York, N. Y. 
Shirt envelope. 2,093,879 ; Sept. 21. 

Alterthum, Hans, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, and A. Lompe, 
IBerlin, Germany, assignors to General Electric Com- 
pany. Gaseous electric discharge lamp devices. 
2,103,027 ; Dec. 21. 

Altfather, Conrad T., North Arlington, N. J., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Simplified network protector. 
2,096,419 ; Oct. 19. 

Altgelt, Herman E., South Bend, Ind., assignor to Oliver 
Farm Equipment Company. Power lift and power 
driven potato digger. 2,081,346 ; May 25. 

Altgelt, Herman E., South Bend, Ind., assignor to Oliver 
Farm Equipment (Company. Hay loader. 2,095,949 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., and W. D. Dewend, South Bend, Ind., 
assignors to Oliver Farm Equipment Company. Disk 
harrow bearing. 2,076,693 ; Apr. 13. 

Altheide, Harry P., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Bar- 
rett Company, New York, N. Y. Surface covering. 
2,100,830 ; Nov. 30. 

Althen, William C, Columbus, Ohio. Machine for remov- 
ing tire treads. 2,099,458 ; Nov. 16. 

Alther, Joseph G., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Furnace and method for heat- 
ing fluids. 2,066,664 ; Jan. 5. 

Alther, Joseph G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Uni- 
versal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Treatment 
of hydrocarbon oil. 2,074,198 ; Mar. 16. 

Alther, Joseph G., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Conversion and coking of hy- 
drocarbon oils. 2,075,599 ; Mar. 30. 

Alther, Joseph G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Appa- 
ratus and process for heating fluids. 2,081,970 ; June 1. 

Alther, Joseph G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Heat- 
ing oil to cracking temperatures. 2,081,971 ; June 1. 

Alther, Joseph G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Process 
and apparatus for heating fluid. 2,081,972 ; June 1. 

Alther, Joseph G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Heat- 
ing fluids. 2,081,973 ; June 1. 

Alther, Joseph G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Treat- 
ment of hydrocarbon oils. 2,083,212 ; June 8. 

Alther, Joseph G., assignor to Universal Oil Products Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Conversion and coldng of hydro- 
carbon oils. 2,084,304 ; June 22. 

Alther, Joseph G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Treat- 
ment of hydrocarbon oils. 2,085,938 ; July 6. 

Alther, Joseph G., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, III. Conversion and coking of hy- 
drocarbon oils. 2,085,939 ; July 6. 

Alther, Joseph G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Hydro- 
carbon oil conversion. 2,091,261 ; Aug. 31. 

Altick, Charles D., L. D. Smiley, and Ifl. T. Turner, as- 
signors to Pulp Process and Development, Inc., Dayton, 
Ohio. System of fiber liberation. 2,078,222 ; Apr. 27. 

Altmann, Walter, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany. Adver- 
tising hood. 2,069,544 ; Feb. 2. 

Alton, William II., assignor to R. T. Vanderbilt Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of pyro- 
phylllte. 2,072,063; Feb. 23. 

Altorfcr, Henry W., Peoria, 111. Swinging ironing ma- 
oliiiie cover. 2. 090,002 ; Aug. 17. 

AUvater, Arthur W., University City, Mo. Perforaling 
die. 2,080,991 ; May 18. 



Altvjiter, Arthur W., University 

2.000,824 • Aug. 24. 
Aluminum Com|)any of America. 

aH.slgnor. ) 
Ahiniinum Company of America. 

and Ilogg, n.sslgnors.) 
Aliiiiiinum CJompany of America. 

.-iHsii^nor. ) 
Aliiininiiin Conipany of America. 

M., asHlgnor.) 
Aliiniinuni Company of America. 

])., ii.sslgnor.) 



City, Mo. Marking die. 
(See Akers, James R., 
(See Andersen, R. F., 
(See Conrad, Paul M., 
(See Craighead, Charles 
(See Edwards, Junius 



(See Ferguson, Allan 

(See Handler, Alfred A., 

(See Hogg, E. E., and 

(See Hogg, Emerson E., 



(See Hogner, Pierre R. 

(See Honegger, Irving 

(See Keller, F., and 

(See Kempf, L. W., and 

(See Maclntyre, David, 
(See Nock, Joseph A., 

(See Nock, J. A., Jr., 

(See Noyes, Maxwell 

(See Paine, R. E., 

(See Sharp, J. E., and 

(See Sharp, John E., 
(See Sicha, Walter E., 
(See Smith, James N., 
(See Stroup, Philip T., 

(See Templin, Richard 
(See Young, Samuel D., 



Aluminum Company of America. 

R., assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

Andersen, assignors.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

L., assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

C, assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

Craighead, assignors.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

Dean, assignors.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

Jr., assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

and Sager, assignors.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

E., assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

and Harrison, assignors.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

Kipfer, assignors.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

assignor. ) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

assignor.) 
Aluminum Company of America. 

Li., assignor.) 

Aluminum Company of America, 
assignor.) 

Aluminum Plant and Vessel Company Limited, The. 
(See Seligman, R., Crosby, and Goodman, assignors.) 

Alvarado, Alfonso M., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Ne- 
mours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Coating compo- 
sition. 2,078,921 ; May 4. 

Alvarado, Alfonso M., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Asphalt varnish. 
2,084,933 ; June 22. 

Alvarez, Albert, St. Louis, Mo. Liquid fuel feed system. 
2,088,316 ; July 27. 

Alvey Conveyor Manufacturing Co. (See Worrall, Roy R., 
assignor.) 

Alvis-Straussler Limited. (See Straussler, Nicholas, as- 
signor.) 

Alvistur, Oscar, San Francisco, Calif. Toy. 2,100,931 : 
Nov. 30. . 

Alvord, Earl B., Cleveland, Ohio. Eyeshade. 2,093,536 : 
Sept. 21. 

Alvord, Harry J., Phoenix, Ariz. Trailer. 2,071 489 • 
Feb. 23. 

Alwin Manufacturing Co. (See Krueger, Albert G., as- 
signor.) 

Amacher, Edward, et al. (See Warren, Calvin C, as- 
signor.) 

Amato, Frank, assignor to Kamko't Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Bool;binder. 2,078.988 ; Mav 4. 

Amann, Ralph W., Chicago, 111. Hook. 2,094,516 ; Sept. 
28. 

Amber, John, Clarksburg, W. Va., assignor to iMttsburch 
Plate Glass Company. Edge bowl cooler. 2,080,594 ; 
May 18. 

Ambi-Budd Presswork Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haf- 
tung. (See Zinter, Richard, assignor.) 

Ambler, Charles M., Jr., Philadelphia, and C. E. Under- 
wood, Bethlehem ; said Ambler, Jr., assignor to The 
Sharpies Specialty Company, Philadelpliia, and said 
Underwood assignor to Bethlehem Steel Company, 
Bethlehem, Pa. Extracting tar acids from crude tar. 
2,081,692 ; May 12. 

Ambrette, Conrad, assignor to Consolidated Macaroni 

Jlachinery Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Convertible 

liydranlic press for long and short paste products. 

2.103.310; Dee. 28. 
Anil)ridge, William G., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Animal 

idenliflcation t.ng. 2,004,200; Sept. 2S. 
.\nibrosini, Armando, TInrtford, Conn. Floor sanding nia- 

cliino. 2,087,9.'?3 ; July 27. 
.Siiibro.siu.c], r.eorK(> 1\I., l,akewood. assignor to The Stnnd- 

.•ird Oil Conipany (Ohio), Clevoland, (^hio. Shoot metnl 

Iii.sfon m;innl'iicliin>. 2,10I,SS,S: n<>c. 14. 
.\mbruster. Cornel in."?, Glensicle, assignor to The Electric 

Storage HiithM-y Coniiciny, Phibulolnhia, Pa. Storage 

battery. 2,098,008 ; Nov. 9. 
Aniliursen Conslrncdon Company. (See Stewart, S. W., 

.'\nd Davis, assignors.) 
Aiiico, Tiicor[)<ir;\led. (Sep Morton, William A., assignor.) 
Amco, Incorporated. (See Morton, W. A., and Spencer, 

assignors.) 
Amend, Wllllnni J., assignor to E. T. <hi Pont de Nemours 

& Conii)aiiy, Wllinlnglon, Del. llvdrogenatlon of iilkrl 

phtlmlutes. 2,070,770 ; Feb. 10. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Amend, William J., and E. W. Bousquet, assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Catalytic hydrogenation of dicarboxylic anhydride. 
2,072,801 ; Mar. 9. 

American Agricultural Chemical Company, The. (See 
Fischer, Samuel, assignor.) 

American Agricultural Chemical Company, The. (See 
Hagood, Johnson, assignor.) 

American Anode, Inc. (See Albright, Raymond W., as- 
signor.) 

American Anode, Inc. (See Beal, Carl L., assignor.) 

America Anode Inc. (See Hansen, M. E., and Beal, as- 
signors.) 

American Anode, Inc. (See Morton, Harold A., as- 
signor.) 

American Anode, Inc. (See Szegvarl, Andrew, assignor.) 

American Anode, Inc. (See Winder, George L., assignor.) 

American Arch Company. (See Antill, Philip W., as- 
signor.) 

American Arch Company. (See IMannsbardt, Hans A., as- 
signor.) 

American Armament Corporation. (See Joyce, Bryan P., 
assignor. ) 

American Automatic Devices Co. (See Nechin, Abraham, 
assignor.) 

American Ball-JIill Company. (See Jliller, S. L. and 
Johnson, assignors.) 

American Bank Stationery Company. (See Kernan, John 
J., assignor.) 

American Bemberg Corporation. (See Baurledel, G., and 
Heger, assignors.) 

American Bemberg Corporation. (See Brueggemann, Leo, 
assignor.) 

American Bemberg Corporation. (See Hartmann, 
August, assignor.) 

American Bemberg Corporation. (See Hofmann, Hugo, 
assignor.) 

American Bitumuls Company. (See McKesson, Claude 
L., assignor.) 

American Blower Corporation. (See Anderson, Edward 
Ii., assignor.) 

American Blower Corporation. (See Morse, Clark T., as- 
signor.) 

American Blower Corporation. (See O'Brien, James H., 
assignor.) 

American Box Board Company. (See Clark, L. G., and 
Grogel, assignors.) 

American Brake Company, The. (See Grossman, Theodore 
C, assignor.) 

American Bralie Company, The. (See Girscht, William, 
assignor.) 

American Brake Company, The. (See McGowan, Thomas 
R., assignor.) 

American Brake Company, The. (See Mueller, Emil C, 
assignor.) 

American Brake Company, The. (See Wageley, Charles 
M., assignor.) 

American Brake Company, The. (See Williamson, Fred- 
erick G.. assignor.) 

American Brake Shoe & Foundry Co., The. (See Harris, 
Leonard T., assignor.) 

American Brake Shoe & Foundry Company. (See Karr, 
James L., assignor.) 

American I>rake Shoe and Foundry Company, The. (See 
Nelson, Albert, assignor.) 

American Brakeblok Corporation. (See Spokes, Ray E., 
assignor.^ 

American Brass Company, The. (See Bassett, William 
H., assignor.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Butterbaugh, Homer 
W., assignor.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Coe, James R., 
assignor.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Davis, C. H., and 
Munson, assignors.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Hull, Daniel R., 
assignor.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Jennison, Herbert 
C, assignor.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Munson, Elmer L., 
assignor.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Pickard, W. B., and 
Maxwell, assignors.) 

American Brass Company, The. (See Silliman, Horace F., 
assignor.) 

Am(>rican Brass Company, The. (See Smith, Cyril S., 
assignor.) 

American Bush Company. (See Rice, Frank E., assignor.) 

American Button Sewing Machine Co. (See Aloreland, 
Daniel C, assignor.) 

American Cabinets Hardware Corp. (See Aldcen, G. W., 
and Erickson, assignors.) 

Amercan Can Company. (See Alragren, August E., as- 
signor.)- 

American Can Company. (See Bach. Neils P., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Ball. Charles O., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Bonthron, William C, 
assignor.) 

Amerirnn Can Company. (See Butler, William F., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Byrne, Alvin J., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Coreghino, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 



American Can Company. (See Foss, Fred G., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Graf, Henry, assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Grover, Victor T., as- 
signor. ) 

American Can Company. (See Hoag, Lehman E., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Hothersall, John M., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Le Frank, John D., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Lindgren, Henry W., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Magill, Donald G., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See McCarthy, William J., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Mercer, William J., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Murch, John H., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Nordquist, Ronald E, J, 
assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Nordquist, R. E. J., and 
Le Frank, assignors.) 

American Can Company. (See Peters, John F., assignor.) 

American Can Company. (See Reid, Robert W., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Smith, William R., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Steerup, Godfrey, as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Stewart, Charles W., as- 
signor. ) 

American Can Company. (See Taylor, William E., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Trevisan, Louis A., as- 
signor.) 

American Can Company. (See Young, John M., as- 
signor.) 

.American Car and Foundry Company. (See Bitler, W. 
T., and Evans, assignors.) 

American Car & Foundry Company. (See Bradfleld, 
George K., Jr., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Clade, 
Robert, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Davis, Isaiah 
C, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Dietrichson, 
William F., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Dietrichson, 
W. F., and Willoughby, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Euwer, Her- 
bert D., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Field, Henry 
P., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Folmsbee, 
Clyde H., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Glenn, Jesse 
Y., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Griffin, Wil- 
liam T., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Johnson, W. 
v., and Kepner, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Knight, John 
M., assignor.) 

American Car & Foundry Company. (See Knight, J. M., 
Stevenson, and Willoughby, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Martin, L. W., 
and Lehmann, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See McBride, J. J., 
and Willoughby, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Mendez, 
Alvaro, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Miller, Ray- 
mond C, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Nichols, D. 
R., and Stevens, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Ostrander, 
A. E., Joy, and Kassler, assignors.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Schroeder, 
Ernest R., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Seller, John 
D., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Ddstad, Sig- 
vald F., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Company. (See Willoughby, 
Victor, assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Motors Company. (See Dayes, 
Frederick E., assignor.) 

American Car and Foundry Jlolors Company. (See Mor- 
ris. II. L., and Daycs, assignors.) 

American Cast Iron Pipe Company. (See Moore, James 
W., assignor.) 

American Centrifugal Corporation. (See Pecker, Joseph 
S., assignor.) 

.\ineriran Chain fc Cable Company. (See Lewis. D., 
Walsh, and Lashar, assignors.) 

American Chain & Cable Company, Inc. (See McCausland, 
W., and Stephen, assignors.) 

American Chain & Cable Company. (See Reyburn, John 
R., assignor.) 

American Chain & Cable Company. (See Tolland, John 
J., assignor.) 



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American Chain Company. (See Keyburn, John E., as- 
American Character Doll Co. (See SchaefEer, Edward C, 

assignor.) „ ,, , 

American Chemical Paint Company. (See Mackenzie, 

Franklin H., assignor.) „ ,, 

American Chicle Co. (See Jackman, Dean M., assignor.) 
American Chlorophyll, Inc. (See Van Sant, Robert H., 

assignor.) 
American Coach and Body Company. (See Holan, James, 

8. S S i SIl OF/ ) 

American Coating Mills. (See Colbert, C. C, and Daly, 

assignors.) 
American Coating Mills. (See Elliott, William, assignor.) 
American Concrete and Steel Pipe Company. (See Whit- 
ing, William A., assignor.) 
American Concrete Receptical Company. (See Begun, A., 

and Wise, assignors.) 
American Cutting Alloys, Inc., The. (See Reichmann, 

Reinhold, assignor.) 
American Cutting Alloys, Inc., The. (See Schwarzkopf, 

Paul, assignor.) 
American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Clark, 

Cyril B., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Davis. 

Clarke F., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Davis, 

C. F., Brush, and Mayne, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Jaeger, 

Alphons O., assignor.) 
American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See 

Jaeger, A. O., and Jewett, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Lahey, 

R. W., and Rape, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid & Chemical Corporation. (See Por- 
ter, J. M., and Way, assigitors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Buchanan, Guy H., 

assicnor. i 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Kast, Harry A., as- 
signor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Ripper, Kurt, as- 
signor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Romieux, C. J., and 

Ashley, assignors.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Rossiter, Edmund 

C, assignor.) 
American Cyanamid Company. (See Wittwer, G. G., and 

Beakes, assignors.) 
American Cystoscope Makers, Inc. (See Peck, Myrle R., 

assignor.) 
American Decalcomania Company. (See Lawrence, Jay 

B., assignor.) 
American District Steam Company. (See Dunn, Frederick 

R., assignor.) 
American District Steam Company. (See Gysling, Manuel 

H., assignor.) 
American District Steam Company. (See Hall, Robert, 

assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Cowan, 

Frank M., assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Lindsay, 

Maxwell H. A., assignor.) 
American District Telegraph Company. (See Stephens, 

John J., assignor.) 
American Dyewood Company. (See Drew, R. L., and 

Peck, assignors.) 
American Electric Fusion Corporation. (See von Henke, 

Edmund J., assignor.) 
American Electrical Heater Company. (See Kuhn, F. 

and Thomas, assignors.) 
American Electric Switch Corporation. (See Watts, 

Felix J., assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Alpern, Maxwell, 

assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Bennett, Joseph 

S., assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Harbers, William 

J., assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Harrison, Clifford 

E., assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See James, George H., 

assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Landenberger, 

Ilonry W., assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Myers, Charles L., 

assignor.) 
American Engineering Company. (See Preston, Herbert 

E., assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Bakl<er, Willcm, as- 
signor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Bouhuys, Aleidus G., 

assignor.) 
Aineritiin JOnka Corporation. (See Jansen, Cornells G., 

assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Luljbcrluiizpn, Jan W., 

.'iHsignnr. ) 
Aiiierican lOnka Corporation. (See Meerdink, Gcrliard J., 

MKHi^nnr. ) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Morltz, Adrian J. L., 

nfislgnor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Ralhgobor, Ferdinand, 

assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. (See Schrenk, Hans A., as- 
signor.) 



(See Thurmond, Gilbert I., 

(See van der Waals, Hen- 

( See Weeldenburg, Johannes 

(See Wharton, John, as- 

(See Wood, John T., as- 



(See Okun, Ed- 
Urquhart, Rad- 
(See Saunders, 
(See Cowdery, 
(See Cowdery, 



American Enlca Corporation. 

assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. 

drik G., assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. 

C, assignor.) 
American Enka Corporation. 

signor.) 
American Enka Corporation. 

signor.) 

American Epok Inc. (See Rosenberg, Kurt, assignor.) 
American Farm Machinery Company. (See Loomis, Allen 

E., assignor.) 
American Felt Company. (See Freyer. Bela, assignor.) 
American Flange |c Manufacturing Co. (See Wackman, 

Louis B., assignor.) 
American Floor Surfacing Machine Company, The. (See 

Atkin, Kenneth C, assignor.) 
American Floor Surfacing Machine Company, The. (See 

Kneisley, Richard F., assignor.) 
American Floor Surfacing Blachine Company, The. (See 

Myers, Harry L., assignor.) 
American Flyer Manufacturing Company. (See Boisse- 

lier. Earl D., assignor.) 
American Folding Umbrella Corporation. 

ward, assignor.) 
American Fomon Company, The. (See 

clif^e M., assignor.) 
American Forging & Socket Company. 

W. S., and McGregor, assignors.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. 

Robert H., assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. 

R. H., and Wright, assignors.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Cowdery, War- 
ren K., assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Dennis, 

Charles H., assignor.) 
American Pork & Hoe Company, The. (See Fifleld, Albert 

F., assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Kinnear, 

John K., assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Wonham, 

Fred S., assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Wright, Carl, 

assignor.) 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The. (See Yearley, 

George W., assignor.) 
American Foundry Equipment Company, The. (See 

Minich, Verne E., assignor.) 
American Foundry Equipment Company, The. (See Sover- 

hill, Harvey A., assignor.) 
American Gas Accumulator Company. (See Eskilson, S. 

A., Gunnert, and Hiibinette, assignors.) 
American Gasaccumulator Company. (See Oestnaes, V. 

L., and Swanstrom, assignors.) 
American Gas Accumulator Company. (See Parsberg, 

Erik R., assignor.) 

American Gasaccumulator Company. (See Sherwood, 

Carroll P., assignor.) 
American Gas Machine Company. (See Jensen, Kenneth 

S., assignor.) 
American Gypsum Co., The. (See Haydon, Osborne, as- 
signor.) 
American Hair & Felt Comisany. (See Baker, James D., 

assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. 

man B., assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. 

lace F., assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. 

B., assignor.) 
American Hardware Corporation, The. 

and Dyson, assignors.) 
American Hat Company, The. (See TJnderhill, Alfred C, 

assignor.) 
American Hatters & Furriers Co. (See Mercier, Warren 

C, assignor.) 
American Hoist and Derrick Company. (See Ljungkull, 

Rolf E., assignor.) 
American Houses, Inc. (See McLaughlin, Robert W., Jr., 

assignor.) 
American Hyalsol Corporation. (See Grtln, Adolf, as- 
signor.) 
American Ilydrnnlic Pump Corporation. (See Whiteside, 

R. v., and llolmborg, assignors.) 
American Instrument Company. (See Morris, Nathan, 

assignor.) 
American Insulated Wire Corp. (See Pombo, James, as- 
signor.) 
American Iron & Machine Works Company. (See Jones, 

Floyd J., assignor.) 
American Iron and Machine Works Company. (See Owen, 

Fnink M., assignor.) 
American Laco Paper Company. (See Conrad, Fred A., 

assignor.) 
AnKM-lc.'ui Lady Corset Company (Inc.). (See Slegel, Leo, 

assignor.) 
,\ni('rlcjni-rjii Franoo-FoninKo Corpora I Ion. (See Smith, 

(^irllslc v., assignor.) 
Amerlonn-Ln Frnnco-Foamlto Corporation. (Sco Smith, 

Cecil n., assignor.) 



(See Hurd, Nor- 
(See Moore, Wal- 
(See Stone, Elmer 
(Sec Stone, E. B., 



/ 



18 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



American-La France-Foamite Corporation. (See Walker, 

Hubert, assignor.) 
American Lakes Paper Company. (See Seaborne, Charles 

XI.. assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Beattie, William P., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, Tlie. (See 

Couch, Forrest J., assignor.) 
American Laundry jiachinery Company, Tlie. (See Daly, 

Joseph P., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Dewey, James M., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Hanney, Angus F., assignor.) 
American Laundry Macliinery Company, The. (See 

Hetzer, Russell A., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Hyde, 

Elbert L., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Johnson, George W., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Johnson, G. W., and Hanney, assignors.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Mal- 

ott, Clifton S., Jr., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Matthews, Albert, assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Sara- 

fu, Herman, assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Singiser, John P., assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See 

Vetorino, Frank, assignor.) 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The. (See Wat- 
kins, Frank M., assignor.) 
American Leather Products Corporation. (See Patrick, 

Russell M., assignor.) 
American Liquid Meter Company. (See Bassler, Carlos 

J., assignor.) 
American Locomotive Company. (See Blanchard, Ev- 
erett W., assignor.) 
American Locomotive Company. (See Blunt, James G., 

assignor.) 
American Locomotive Company. (See Bruce, Alfred W., 

assignor.) 
American Locomotive Company. (See Lukens, Alan N., 

assignor.) 
American Locomotive Company. (See Miller, Sherman, 

assignor.) 
American Locomotive Company. (See Robinson, Garland 

P., assignor.) 
American Locomotive Company. (See Weber, Theodore 

R., assignor.) 
American Lumber & Treating Company. (See Wolman, 

K., and Pflug, assignors.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See Barthel, Rudolf O.. 

assignor.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See Debuch. C. P.. and 

Markworth, asslanora.i 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See Gohre, Kurt R., as- 
signor.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See Grave, Georg, as- 
signor.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See Grave, G., and Oppen, 

assignors.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See Hubmann, Otto, as- 
signor.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See Steiner, Karl, as- 
signor.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See von Girsewald, C. B., 

Siecke, and Wohlwill, assignors.) 
American Lurgi Corporation. (See Wendcborn, Helmut, 

assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Ferencl, 

Lester, assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Perenci, 

L., and Clausen, assignors.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Flncke, 

Donald M., assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Gladeck, 

Frederick C, assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Gwinn, 

Gnorge W.. assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Gwinn, 

G. W., Arolt, and Nejedly. assignors.) 
American Jlachiiie and Foundry Company. (See Johnson, 

Carl W., assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Company. (See Mertis, 

Elmer F., assignor.) 
American Machine & Foundry Comp.any. (See Schmitt, 

Frank R., assignor.) 
American Machine and Metals, Inc. (See Bryson, Tandy 

A., assignor.) 
American Machine and Metals, Inc. (See Gross, Carl G., 

assignor.) 
American Machine and Jletals, Inc. (See Miller, Edward 

L.. assignor.) 
American Machine & Metals, Inc. (See Mosby, Alfred 

D., assignor.) 
American Machine and Metals, Inc. (See Sonntag, 

Alfred.) 
American Mnohine & Metnls, Inc. (Sec Thomson, William 

A. v., assignor.) 



American Magnesium Metals Corporation. (See Erdmann, 

Konrad, assignor.) 
American Magnesium Metals Corporation. (See Erdman, 

K., and Hansgirg, assignors.) 
American Slagnesium Metals Corporation. (See Hansgirg, 

Fritz, assignor.) 
American Magnesium Metals Corporation. (See Schichtel, 

Georg, assignor.) 
American Maize-Products Company. (See Daly, K. E., 

and Walsh, assignors.) 
American Manganese Steel Company. (See Hoffman, 

Walter G., assignor.) 
American Merrilei Corporation. (See Hoeflich, Victor T., 

assignor.) 

American Metal Company, The. (SeeAldrich, Charles H., 
assignor.) 

American Metal Company, The. (See Eppensteiner, Wil- 
liam F., assignor.) 

.\niericaii Metal Company, The. (See Heberlein, Max F. 
W.. assignor.) 

American Meter Company. (See Benson, Arthur F., as- 
signor.) 

,\merican Meter Company. (See Diehl, John C. assignor.) 

American Mills Company, The. (See Lilley, Samuel C, 
assignor.) 

American Moistening Company. (See Knight, Ira W., as- 
signor.) 

American National Company, The. (See Lewinski, 
George, assignor.) 

/Vmerican Oak Leather Co., The. (See Wilson, Earle, as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Baker, Nelson M., as- 
signor. ) 

American Optical Company. (See Cozzens, Charles O., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Gagnon, Louis L., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Hill, Harry W., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Keenan, John A., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Kinney, Fay D., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Splaine, Edward M., 
assignor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Tillyer, Edgar D., as- 
signor.) 

American Optical Company. (See Wells, Joel C, as- 
signor.) 

.American Optical Company. (See Wrighton, William J., 
assignor.) 

American Ordnance Corporation. (See Davison, Gregory 
C, assignor.) 

American Ore Reclamation Company. (See Shallock, 
Edward W., assignor.) 

.\merican Oxythermic Corporation. (See Frankl, Mathias, 
assignor.) 

American Paper Bottle Company, The. (See Reade, C. W. 
and Scott, assignors.) 

American Paper Bottle Company, The. (See Scott, Henry 
T., assignor.) 

American Pearl Button Company. (See Knott, Harry H., 
assignor.) 

American Perforator Company. (See Rix, Edward G., as- 
signor.) 

American Plastics Corporation. (See Vawter, Will E., 
assignor.) 

American Platinum Works. (See Ledig, Kurt K., as- 
signor.) 

American Potash & Chemical Corporation. (See Black, 
Leroy G., assignor.) 

American Potash & Chemical Corporation. (See Gale, 
William A., assignor.) 

American Potash & Chemical Corporation. (See Ritchie, 
C. F., Gale, and Allen, assignors.) 

American Potasli & Chemical Corporation. (See Suhr, 
Henry B., assignor.) 

American Power-Cycle Corporation. (See Petmecky, Fred 
P.. assignor.) 

American Process Feed Co. (See Princell, John M., as- 
signor.) 

American Pulley Company, The. (See Munoz, G. C, and 
Watson, assignors.) 

American Radiator Company. (See Cornell, Edward S., 
assignor.) 

American Radiator Companv. (See Cornell, Edward S., 
Jr.. assignor.) 

American Radiator Company. (See Goerg, Bernhard, as- 
signor.) 

(See Kilb, Francis C, as- 



(See Kilb, F. C, and 



.\mericnn R.adiator Company. 

signer.) 
American Radiator Company. 

Woodruff, assignors.) 
American Radiator Company. (See Lambert, Robert D., 

assignor.) 
.American Radiator Company. (See Manning. Fowler, as- 
signor.) 
.American Radiator Company. (See Manning, Fowler and 

S. W., assignor.) 
American Radiator Company. (See Manning, F., and 

Lambert, assignors.) 
Anierionn Riidiator Company. (See Reynolds, F. C, and 

Kirchhcim, assignors.) 



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(See Timmis, W. W., and 

(See Wales, George F., 

(See Woodruff, Henry S., 

(See Woodruff, H. S., and 

(See Woolley, Clarence M., 

(See Cooke, George T., 

(See Frizzell, 



(See Flanders, 

(See Freeze, 

(See Grother, 

(See Hayes, A. 

(See Hayes, A., 

(See Hudson, 

( See Lundeen, 

(See McGoIian, 

(See Millan, Ed- 

(See Passano, 

(See Salender, 

(See Sendzimir, 

(See Shafer, 



I 



• A m erican Radiator Company. 

Walker, assignors.) 
American Radiator Company. 

assignor.) 
American Radiator Company. 

assignor.) 
American Radiator Company. 

Engelskirchen, assignors.) 
American Radiator Company. 

assignor.) 
American Railway Products Co 

assignor.) 
American Railway Signal Company, The. 

C. S., and McDonel, assignors.) 
American Rayon Company. (See Furness, William PI., 

assignor.) 
American Reenforced Paper Company. (See Gibbs, George 

E., assignor.) 
American Reenforced Paper Company. (See Jackson, 

Patrick T., assignor.) 
American Reenforced Paper Company. (See Newkirk, 

Francis F., assignor.) 
American Rock Wool Corporation. (See Drill, Daniel C, 

assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. 

Hyrum E., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The 

Jonathan R., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. 

Albert J., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. 

and Canfleld, assignors.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. 

and Griffis, assignors.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. 

Edwin B., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. 

Ernest F., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. 

George W., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The, 

ward N., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. 

Russell F., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. 

Lambert A., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. 

Tadeusz, assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. 

George B., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Smith, Rus- 
sell R., assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Snyder, 

Howard C, assignor.) 
American Rolling Mill Company, The. (See Tytus, J. B.. 

and Hudson, assignors.) 
American Safety Razor Corporation. (See Dalkowitz, 

Godfrey, assignor.) 
American Safety Tank Co. (See Haas, A. E., and Clay, 

assignors.) 
American Sales Book Company. (See Bass, Harold W., 

assignor.) 
American Sales Book Company. 

assignor.) 
American Sales Book Company. 

assignor.) 
American Sales Book Company. 

E., assignor.) 
American Sales Book Company. 

signer.) 
American Sales Book Company. 

F., assignor.) 
American Sales Book Company, Inc. (See Lankton, Louis 

S., assignor.) 
American Sales Book Company Inc. (See Lawson, Al- 
bert R., assignor.) 
American Sales Book Company. (See Mcintosh, William 

H., assignor.) 
American Sales Book Company. (See Pringle, William A., 

assignor.) 
American Sales Book Company. (Sec Pringle, W. A., and 

Manuel, assignors.) 
American Screw Company. (See Clark, Eugene E., as- 
signor.) 
American Screw Company. (See Tomalis, Joseph J., as- 
signor.) 
American Soal-Kap Corporation. (See Daniels, Ransom 

J., assignor.) 
American Sealing Company. 

Nordmark, nssignors.) 
American Seating Company. 

Jolin, assignor.) 
American Seating Company. 

assignor.) 

American Securlt Company, 

aHslgnor.) 
American Securlt Company, The. 

assignor.) 
Amoricim Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Belding, 

lliirv(>y U., nssignor.) 
AiiKMlciin SIuM't and Tin I'late Company. (See Bucclcone, 

Dario, assignor.) 



(See Bottle, Edward K.. 

(See Conklin, De Witt I., 

(See Gochnauer, Walter 

(See Greig, Walter, as- 

(See Hagemann, Louis 



(See Leader, XT. S., and 

(See van den Boogaard, 

(Sec Ver Meulen, James M., 

(See Eckert, Fritz, 

(See Meer, Raymond, 



The. 



American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Croft, 
G. M., and Hunter, assignors.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Dahl, 
Lawrence S., assignor.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Dahl, L. S., 
and Schultz, assignors.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Graf, J. 
E., and Marshall, assignors.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Hammer, 
Olaf M., assignor.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Lorig, 
Edwin T., assignor.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See McEl- 
haney, J. R., and Stoker, assignors.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Moore, 
Carl E., assignor.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Moore, 
Edwin E., assignor.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Nichols, 
John T., assignor.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Orr, How- 
ard S., assignor.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Peterson, 
Rolland E., assignor.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Romig, 
Orlando E., assignor.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Secrlst, 
Stanley M., assignor.) 

American Sheet and Tin Plate Company. (See Whetzel, 
Joshua C, assignor.) 

American Slicing Machine Company. (See Campbell, 
William J., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Bar- 
tholomew, G. P., and Fleming, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton, J. O., and Baumann, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton, J. O., and Lebedeff, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton, J. O., and Perkins, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Better- 
ton, J. O., and Phillips, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company, The. (See 
Betterton, J. O., and Waterman, assignors.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See 
Cheavens, John H., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Lindner, 
Karl A., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Co. (See MacMichael, 
Hugh R., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Marble, 
Earl R., assignor.) 

American Smelting and Refining Company. (See Poland, 
Frank F., assignor.) 

American Solder & Flux Co. (See Kofke, Harry C.) 

American Soya Products Corporation. (See Bonotto, 
Michele, assignor.) 

American Stay Company. (See Merrick, Frank W., as- 
signor.) 

American Stay Company. (See Murray, Albert C, as- 
signor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Barnes, R. H., and Radway, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Beatty, C. C, and Lloyd, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Bletso, B. N., and Carlson, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Blue, Ernest M., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Brickman, A. E., and Gleason, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Camp, R. E., and Strysik, assignors.) 

American Steel and MMre Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Carlson, Clarence O., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

New Jersey, The. 
The. 



(See Carstarphen, Fred C, assignor.) 
nerican Steel and Wire Company of 



Amer 



American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, 

(Soo Ellsworth, Frank H.. assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Ellsworth, F. H., and Gleason, assignors.) 
American Stool and Wire Conipnny of New J(M'sey, The. 

(See li'ohrcy, Harold H., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. (See 

CJlivison, George A., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, Tlie, 

(See (MisTRon, O. A., and Stolnacke, assignors.) 
American Sleol and Wire ('onipany of Now Jersey, The. 

(See (Jreene, Gu.v O., nssignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company, The. (See ITlllix, 

Foster F., nssignor.) 
Anierlcnn Steel and Wire Company of Now Jersey, The. 

(See Howe, Jnines F., assignor.) 
Amerlcnn SI eel nnd Wire Company of Now .Terscy, The. 

(See Jewell, J. II., nnd McNnmoe, assignor.*!.) 
American Steel nnd Wire Company of Ni'w Jcr.sey, The. 

(See Ijegg(>, 10. 10., luul I'e.sUIn, assignors.) 
ATiKMicnn SI(>('1 ami AN'lre Conipnny of Now Jersey, The. 

(Sec liconiii-d, Willl.'iin 10., assignor.) 
American Sl<>el nnd Wire CJompnny of Now Jersey, The. 

(See McNnmee, Owen A., nRsignor.) 



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American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Moreira, Salvador, assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See jNIoreira, S., and Sabol, assignors.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 

(See Peterson, Thomas F., assignor.) 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Ralston, H. C, and Williams, assignors.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
• (See Reed, Malcolm W., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Reis, Clarence P., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Riddle, Harvey W., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Robbins, David S.. assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Rose, George H., assignor.) 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The. 
(See Sabol, Ernest J., assignor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Aurien, Ray G., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Bachman, Fred E., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Baselt, Walter H., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Cottrell, Robert B., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Hedgcoek, William C, 
assignor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Hedgcoek, W. C, and 
Cottrell, assignors.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Kayler, Frank H., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Oelkers, Alfred H., as- 
signor.) 

American Steel Foundries. (See Oelkers, A. H., and Bach- 
man, assignors.) 

American Steel Wool Mfg. Co. Inc. (See Dyer, Herbert 
A., assignor.) 

American Sterilizer Company. (See Stranszky, Emil, as- 
signor.) 

American Sterilizer Company. (See Talas, Louis, as- 
signor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Brumbaugh, Isaac V., 
assignor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Frick, William H., as- 
signor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Kauffman, Lester S., 
assignor.) 

American Stove Company. (See Meacham, B. E., and 
Letter, assignors.) 

American Sweetwood Holder Co. (See McWane, Gerould 
R., assignor.) 

American Swiss Company, The. (See Anderson, E., and 
Sass, assignors.) 

American Swiss Company, The. (See Eightmyer, Holden 
W., assignor.) 

American Talking Wire Company. (See Woodmansee, G. 
C. and C. G., assignors.) 

American Tap Bush Company. (See Rice, Frank E., as- 
signor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See AfEel, 
Herman A., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Aflfel, 
H. A., and Best, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Alln, Howard D., assizor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See An- 
derson, Emil N., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company, et al. 
(See Anderson, E. N., assignor, Bascom, Getz, and 
Sandalls.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Bacon, Walter M., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Blackwell. O. B., and Herman, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Bier- 
stedt, Gustav C, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Bixel, Edwnrd C, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. ( See Bixel, 
E. C, and Smith, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Boeh- 
ler, J. D., and Sidur, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Bowen, Arnold E., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (Spe 
Branson, D. E., Holden, and Eyster, assignors.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Col- 
lins, Clarence V., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Cowan, Frank A., assignor.) 

American Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Cramp- 
ton, David, assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Dar- 
row, Wirt E., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Davis, Rowland P., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Day, 
Lester S., assignor.) 

American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 
Durnnd. Samuel R., assignor.) 



American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Edwards. P. G., and Shoffstall, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ed- 
wards, W. H., and Halligan, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Espenschied. L., and Curtis, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Fra- 

cassi, Renato D., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Friend, Otto A., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Gardner, L. A., and Singer, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Gibson, E. S., (Hansen, assignor), and Worth.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Green, 

Estill I., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Hamilton, Harold S., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Har- 
low, L. JI., and Jlapes, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Harms, Gordon J., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Hoinkls, William, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Holden, William H. T., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Hop- 

pesch, John W., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Howie, Louis W., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Hunter, Russell N., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Ilgen- 

fritz, Lester M., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Kuhn, 

George W., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Labaugh, James M., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Maurer, K. L., and Swart, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Mertz, 

Pierre, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Mitchell, Doren, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Mitchell, D., and Abraham, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Mowton, Edward M . assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Neis- 

winter, James T., assignor") 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Newby, N. D., and Moody, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Nor- 
ton, John E., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Nyquist. Harry, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company et al. (See 

Osborne, H. S., assignor, and Wright.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Osgood, Dexter T., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Osten- 

Sacken, Irving C, assignor.) 
American TeIe])liono and Telegraph Company. (See Perry, 

Donald B.. assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Potter, Ralph K., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Rea, 

Wilton T.. assignor.) 
American Teleplione and Telegraph Company. (See 

Schneckloth, Harry H., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Schott. Lionel, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Sefcik, Joseph J., Jr., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Sheatsley, Paul W., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Stevenson, William, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Swart, Leland K., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Swart, 

L. K., and Bodle, assignors.) 
American Telephone & Telegraph Company. (See Swezey, 

Burdette S., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Taylor, E. R., and Mitchell, assignors.) 
American Telephone and Telegrapli Companj'. (See Tay- 
lor. John W., assignor.) 
American Teleplione and Telegraph Company. (See 

Thornton, Floyd E., assignor.) 
American Telepnone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Thorp, Vaughn P., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See Was- 

check, George, assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Watson, Edward F., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Weaver, Allan, .nssignor.) 
American Telehonc and Telegraph Company. (See Wln- 

tringham, William T., assignor.) 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Wright, Sumner B., assignor.) 
American Thermos Bottle Company, The. (See Payson, 

Arthur H., assignor.) 



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American Thermos Bottle Company, The. (See Payson, 
A. H., and Duevel, assignors.) 

American Third Axle Corp. (See EoI)in, Philip T., as- 
signor.) 

American Thread Company, The. (See Baker, Dickerson 
G., assignor.) 

American Tire Guard Company. (See Overturf, Clarence 
A., assignor.) 

American Tool & Machine Co. (See ThoU, John F., as- 
signor.) 

American Tool Works Company, The. (See Hoelscher, 
William G., assignor.) 

American Tractor Equipment Corporation. (See Knapp, 
John F., assignor.) 

American Transformer Company. (See Emlen, A. A., 
and Lundgren, assignors.) 

American Transformer Company. (See Gaston, John R., 
assignor.) 

American Transformer Company. (See Hunter, Thomas 
M., assignor.) 

American Transformer Company. (See Schermerhorn, 
John L., assignor.) 

American Type Founders, Inc. (See Seybold, Frederick 
W., assignor.) 

American Voith Contact Co. Inc. (See Thaler, Wilhelm, 
assignor.) 

American Well & Prospecting Company. (See Duda, 
Oswald, assignor.) 

American Well Works, The. (See Walker, James D., 
assignor.) 

American Window Glass Company. (See Shoemaker, 
Charles S., assignor.) 

American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Calbeck, 
John H., assignor.) 

American Zinc, Lead and Smelting Company. (See Monk, 
Reginald H., assignor.) 

American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company. (See Monk, 
R. H., and Ross, assignors.) 

American Zirconium Corporation. (See Allan, Banjamin 
W., assienor.) 

American Zirconium Corporation. (See Bousquet, L'R. G., i 
Richter, and Allan, assignors.) 

American Zirconium Corporation. (See Richter, Hartmut 
W., assignor.) 

Ames, Adelbert, Jr., and G. H. Gliddon, assignors to trus- 
tees of Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. Ophthalmic 
lens. 2,087,234 ; July 20. 

Ames, Adelbert, Jr., and G. H. Gliddon, assignors to trus- 
tees of Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. Correcting 
ocular errors. 2,087,235 ; July 20. 

Ames, Adelbert, Jr., assignor to trustees of Dartmouth 
College, Hanover, N. H. Method and instrument for 
testing eyes. 2,095,235 ; Oct. 12. 

Ames, Butler, Boston, Mass. Cooking apparatus. 
2,099,788; Nov. 23. 

Ames, Charles H., Whittier, Calif. Radiant orchard 
heater. 2,097,544 ; Nov. 2. 

Ames, Elmer U., CoUingswood, N. J., A. A. Seaman, ad- 
ministratrix of the estate of E. U. Ames, deceased, as- 
signor to H. Brinton Company, Frankford, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Selective operating means for knitting needles. 
2,080,525 ; May 18. 

Ames, George P., Springfield, Mass. Can opening and 
mixing machines. 2,086,658 ; July 13. 

Ames, Harold T., assignor to The Cord Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Headlight structure. 2,084,120 ; June 15. 

Ames, Haviland C. (See Mackay, J. T., and Ames.) 

Ames, James W., Montclair, N. J. Device for holding and 
positioning railroad spikes. 2,066,382 ; Jan. 5. 

Ames, John K., Machias, assignor to Burrowes Corpora- 
tion, Portland, Maine. Double window. 2,101,803 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Ames, W. R., Company. (See Folsom, Rolfe A., assignor.) 

Ames, Warren, Newton, Mass. Gauge. 2,093,066 ; Sept. 
14. 

Amlck, Clair J., Lakewood, assignor to The Monarch 
Aluminum Ware Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Cocktail 
shaker. 2.090,320 ; Aug. 17. 

Amick, Marion G., Wilmington, Del., A. E. Parmelee, 
Carnoys Point, N. J., and J. L. Stecher, assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Making tetra-alkyl lead. 2,091,112 ; Aug. 24. 

Amick, Marion G., Boothwyn, J. C. Lawrence, Moylan, Pa., 
and J. L. Steelier, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Temperature control. 
2,091,801; Aug. 31. 

Amldon, Charles H., assignor to Norton Company, Wor- 
cester, Mass. Grinding maclilne. 2,101,787 ; Dec. 7. 

Amidon, Charles 11. (See Cole, R. A., and Amldon.) 

Amity Leather Products Co. (See Welch, Herman B., 
assignor.) 

Ammon, Charlos D., liincoln, Nebr. Automatic choking 
device. 2,098,479 ; Nov. 9. 

Ammon, Charles P., Lincoln, Nebr. Grinder. 2,098,480 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Ammon, Christian, Berlln-Wilmcrsdorf, Germany. Con- 
verting carbon monoxide Into formic acid. 2,070,503 ; 
Feb. 0. 

Amirion, lOdward U., Reading, Pa. Hosiery Inspecting de- 
vice. 2,090,88;!; Aug. 21. 

Amon, Frank W., I'hiladclphia, Pa. li'ood handling np- 
paraluH. 2,076,440; Apr. 6. 

Amory, Otis T. (See Burucli, H. N., Aniory, and lUoxoin.) 



(See Aime, Frank L., 
(See Eagleson, Jacob, 
(See Kennedy, Joseph 
(See Olson, John W., 
(See Rogers, Paul M., 
(See Rogge, Carl A., 
(See Rosch, Samuel J., 
(See Rosch, S. J., 



Amos, Frank H. (See Allan, J. R., and Amos.) 

Amos, William, Detroit, Mich. Soldering iron. 2,068,728 ; 

Jan. 26. • 

Amrein, Jacob, Jr., Atlanta, Ga. Saw tooth for cutting 

stone. 2,085,722 ; July 6. 
Amsden, Ralph D., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Photometric battery tester. 

2,074,825 ; Mar. 23. 
Amsden, Ralph D., LjTin, Mass., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Electrical control system. 

2,082,607 ; June 1. 
Amsler, Alfred J., SchafChouse, Switzerland. Measuring 

device, particularly for machines for testing materials. 

2,102,872 ; Dec. 21. 
Amsler, Max, Biel, Switzerland. Dry safety razor. 

2,098,849 ; Nov. 9. 
Amtsberg, Lester A., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Chicago 

Pneumatic Tool Company, New York, N. Y. Reversible 

rotary motor. 2,077,733 ; Apr. 20. 
Amundson, Alfred R., Superior, Wis. Window stop. 

2,075,691; Mar. 30. 
Amyot, Louis J. A., Quebec, Quebec, Canada. Corded 

woven fabric. 2,096,835 ; Oct. 26. 
Amyot, Louis J. A., Quebec, Quebec, Canada. Brassifere 

and foundation garment. 2,100,932 ; Nov. 30. 
Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Barnard, E. A., 

and Maguire, assignors.) 
Anaconda Copper Mining Company. (See Thomas, Wil- 
liam J., assignor. ) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. 

assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. 

assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. 

A., assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. 

assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. 

assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. 

assignor. ) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. 

assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. 

di Lustro, and Rogers, assignors.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Talbott, James 

E., assignor.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Webb, J. B., and 

Papst, assignors.) 
Anaconda Wire & Cable Company. (See Wodtke, Hans "V., 

assignor.) 
Anagnost, Christ. (See Estes, R. B., and Anagnost.) 
Anastor, Charles G., assignor to Kimble Glass Company, 

Vineland, N. J. Forming canals in glassware. 

2,072,194; Mar. 2. 
Anathor-Henrikson, Henrik, West Englewood, N. J. Aero- 
plane. 2,071,744 ; Feb. 23. 
Anchor Cap & Closure (^Corporation. (See Corin, David, 

assignor.) 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Gibbs, John C, 

assignor.) 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Podel, Abraham, 

assignor.) 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Scofield, Edgar, 

assignor. ) 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Smith, James 

S. B., assignor.) 
Anchor Cap & Closure Corporation. (See Von Till, Louis 

A., assignor.) 
Anchor Steel & Conveyor Company. (See Waalkes, 

Gerrit, assignor.) 
Anciens Etablissements R. Cornoly & Cie.,Societ(?Anonyme, 

(See ITirsch. Claude, assignor.) 
Anciens Etablissements R. Cornely & Cie., Societe Ano. 

nyme. (See Ollendorff, Jacques, assignor.) 
Andale Company. (See McNeal, Daniel R., assignor.) 
Anderau, Walter. (See Straub, P., and Anderau.) 
Anderegg, Frederick O. (Sec Morbelli, Giovanni, as- 
signor.) 
Anderegg, Frederick O., Newark, Ohio. Reenforced ceram- 
ic building construction and method of assembly. 

2,075,033; Mar. 30. 
Anderegg, Itonhon IT., La Crosse, Wis. Evaporator coil. 

2,009,186 ; Nov. 16. 
Anders, Ernst R., Dresden, Germany, assignor to Millie 

Patent Holding Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Individually 

wrapped bag package. 2,087,236 : July 20, 
Anders, Rudolph, Los Angeles, Calif. Ventilated cloth- 
ing. 2,079,980; May 11. 
Andersag, Hans. (See Henecka, H., and Andersng.) 
Andersag, Iliins. (See Jung, IT., and Andersng.) 
Aii(l('rs(M\, Andrew C. (See Simpson, E. G., and 

Aiul(M'sen.) 
Andersen, Itjorn. (See Scbnelder, C, and .\ndersen.) 
Andersen, Bjorn, Muplewood, and II. 11. Bull, lOli/abetll, 

N. J., assignors to (^-Ihiloid (Corporation, rroductlon 

of Improved (llni. 2,069,202 ; Feb. 2. 
And(>rs('n, HJorn, Muplewood, and 10. A. Grenquist, Blootn- 

lleld, N. .1., assignors to (\'llulold Corporation. SeMsi>n- 

ing of plastic niiiterlal. 2,081,372; .lime 22. 
AiiderHcii, ("arl N., Well(>sley IIIIIh. Miis.s., assignor to 

!.ev("r Itrolher.s ("omiiany. Arniiinllc mercury smIIh of 

an oxyg<'n acid of a liaUigcn. 2,067,894 ; .Ian. 19. 



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Andersen, Carl N., Wellesley Hills, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Aryl mercury hydroxy mononuclear 
aromatic carboxylates. 2,074,040 ; Mar. 16. 

Andersen, Carl N., Wellesley Hills, Mass., assignor to 
Lever Brothers Company. Aromatic mercury amides 
and making the same. 2,085,066 ; June 29. 

Andersen, Carl N., Wellesley Hills, Mass., assignor to 
Lever Brothers Company. Arvl mercury aromatc poly- 
basic carboxylates. 2,094,253 ; Sept. 28. 

Andersen, Carl N., Wellesley Hills, Mass., assignor to 
Lever Brothers Company. Organic mercury com* 
pounds. 2,103.657 ; Dec. 28. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Aryl mucuric salts of benzene car- 
boxylic acids. 2,084,311 ; June 22. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Organic mercury compounds. 
2,085,063 ; June 29. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Aromatic mercury cyclic alkaloid 
compounds and making them. 2,085,064 ; June 29. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Aromatic mercury substituted 
heterocyclic compound. 2,085,065 ; June 29. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Aryl mercury compounds of 
heterocyclic imines and imides. 2,087,959 ; July 27. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Aryl mercury imino and imido com- 
pounds and making them. 2,087,960 ; July 27. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Organic mercury compounds. 
2.090,927 ; Aug. 24. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Organic mercury compounds. 
2,096,721: Oct. 26. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Aryl mercury carboxylates of dyes. 
2,096,722 ; Oct. 26. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Aryl mercury imino compounds 
of dyes. 2,096,723 ; Oct. 26. 

Andersen, Carl N., Watertown, Mass., assignor to Lever 
Brothers Company. Aryl mercury alcoholates of dyes. 
2,096,724 : Oct. 26. 

Andersen, Chris C. (See De Long. W., and Andersen.) 

Andersen, Eli F. (See Hogg, E. E., aund Andersen.) 

Andersen, Eli F., and E. E. Hogg, New Kensington, 
assignors to Aluminum Company of America, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Closure. 2,081,138 ; May 25. 

Andersen, Gustav, Copenhagen, Denmark. Production of 
metals and .alloys with very small contents of carbon. 
2,069,469 ; Feb. 2. 

Andersen, Gustav, Copenhagen, Denmark. Furnace for 
ore reduction. 2,085,025 ; June 29. 

Andersen. Gustav E., Stavanger, Norway. Container. 
2,097,682 ; Nov. 2. 

Andersen, Jorgeu C, assignor of three-fourths to T. 
Christie, Rochester, N. Y. Cutting device. 2,082,807 ; 
June 8. 

Anderson, Albert J., Ansonia, assignor to J. E. Smith & 
Co., Inc., Waterbury, Conn. Shingle. 2,084,981 ; 
June 29. 

Anderson, Albert & J. M. Manufacturing Company. (See 
Reynolds, Charles H., assignor.) 

Anderson, Albert R.,' Ambridge, Pa. Corner bracket. 
2,084,758 ; June 22. 

Anderson, Alexander, Fullerton, Calif. Instrument for 
surveying bore holes. 2,070,610 : Apr. 13. 

Anderson, Alf E., Milton, JIass. Circuit controlling appa- 
ratus. 2,068,898 ; Jan. 26. 

Anderson. Alf E., Milton, Mass. Electrical connecter. 
2,089,844; Aug. 10. 

Anderson, Alfred J., and E. C. Keller, Susanville, Calif. 
Combination machine stand. 2,084,234 ; June 15. 

Anderson, Alvin P., and W. K. Nelson, Wood River, 111., 
assignors to Shell Development Company, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Preparation of high grade asphalts. 
2,073,088; Mar. 9. 

Anderson, Alvin P., Wood River, 111., and C. IM. Kellogg, 
University City, JIo., assignors to Shell Development 
Company, San Francisco. Calif. Continuous dewaxing 
process and apparatus. 2,085,521 ; June 29. 

Anderson, Annie G., executrix. (See Anderson, James 
C.) 

Anderson, Arvid E., Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to Gener.al 
Electric Company. Automatic reelosing circuit breaker. 
2,100,893 ; Nov. 30. 

Anderson, August E., Montclair, N. J. Spark plug. 
2,071,450; Feb. 23. 

Anderson, Axel, Clifton, N. J. Receptacles, case, and the 
like. 2,067,558 ; Jan. 12. 

Anderson, Bert J., Ilaniniond, Ind. Velocipede frame. 
2,077,197 ; Apr. 13. 

Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Saddle construction. 
2,096,624 ; Oct. 19. 

Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Pedal construction. 

2.084.373 ; June 22. 

Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Rear frame member. 

2.084.374 ; June 22. 

Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Velocipede frame mem- 
ber. 2,091,938 ; Aug. 31. 



Anderson, Bert J., Hammond, Ind. Backbone for a 
velocipede. 2,093,065; Sept. 14. 

Anderson Box Company. (See Krannert, H. C, and Bom- 
berger, assignors.) 

Anderson Box Company. (See Schaefer, Norbert F., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, Carl A., Montclair, assignor of one-half to R. R. 
Abrams, East Orange, N. J. Door clamp. 2,092,411 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Anderson, Carl E., East Orange, assignor to Eastern Tool 
& Mfg. Co., Bloomfleld, N. J. Sprinker for receptacles. 
2,071,101 ; Feb. 16. 

Anderson, Carl E., East Orange, assignor to Eastern 
Tool & Mfg. Co., Bloomfleld, N. J. Hair curler. 
2,077,198 ; Apr. 13. 

Anderson, Carl G., Boston, Mass. Apparatus for printing 
on glass and the like. 2,068,649 ; Jan. 26. 

Anderson, Carl L. (See Turner, H. I., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Carl O. (See Doennecke, H. W., Douglas, and 
Anderson.) 

Anderson, Carl R., assignor to The Griswold Manufac- 
turing Company, Erie, Pa. Stove damper. 2,090,604 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Anderson, Carl R., assignor to The Griswold Manufac- 
turing Company, Erie, Pa. Damper. 2,090,605 ; Aug. 
17. 

Anderson, Carl R., assignor to The Griswold Manufactur- 
ing Company, Erie, Pa. Rack for cooking utensils. 
2,101,487 ; Dec. 7. 

Anderson, Cecil R., Ben Avon, assignor to The Martin- 
Hardsocg Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Adjustable ground 
rail connecter. 2,068,528 ; Jan. 19. 

Anderson, Cecil R., Ben Avon, assignor to The Martin- 
Hardsocg Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacture of 
mining machine cutter bits. 2,091,128 ; Aug. 24. 

Anderson, Charles A. (See de Weal, A., Krag, and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Charles A., New Rochelle, and M. Tobin. as- 
signors to The Gotham Pressed Steel Comnany, New 
York, N. Y. Game board. 2.083.108 ; June 8. 

Anderson, Charles J., Jr., Jamestown, N. Y. Power trans- 
mission. 2,075,418 ; Mar. 30. 

Anderson, Charles J.. Jr., Jamestown, N. Y. Power trans- 
mission. 2,086,889 ; July 13. 

Anderson, Clair H. (See Anderson, R. O. and C. H.) 

Anderson, Clayton G., assignor of forty-nine per cent to 
C. P. Doughertv. Portland, Oreg. Automatic draft 
control. 2,102,873 ; Dec 21. 

Anderson Company, The. (See Bramming, Carl, as- 
signor.) 

Anderson Company, The. (See Levy, Edward J., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson Company, The. (See Smulski, Theodore J., as- 
signor.) 

Anderson, D.ale L. (See Neff, W. C, Workman, Ander- 
son, and Holman.) 

Anderson, David P., Pittsburgh, Pa. Die rolling. 
2,087,831 ; July 20. 

Anderson, David T., assignor to H. C. A. Walby, Montreal, 
Quebec, Canada. Blade fastening device for saws. 
2,089,105: Aug. 3. 

Anderson, David T., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Saw 
holder. 2,096,081 ; Oct. 19. 

Anderson, Edward, Dayton, Ohio. Hydraulic mold. 
2,101,015 ; Dec. 7. 

Anderson. Edward, and C. J. Sass, assignors to The Amer- 
ican Swiss Company, Toledo, Ohio. Vehicle door latch. 
2.095.002 ; Oct. 12. 

Anderson, Edward A., assignor to The Automatic Record- 
ing Safe Company, Chicago, 111. Savings bank. 
2,096,531 ; Oct. 19. 

Anderson, Edward C, assignor to Illinois Watch Case 
Company, Elgin, 111. Lipstick container. 2,100,999 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Anderson, Edward L., Grosse He, Mich., assignor to 
American Blower (Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Fan. 
Re. 20,394 ; June 8. 

Anderson, Edward L., Grosse He, assignor to American 
Blower Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Gas mixing appa- 
ratus. 2,075,258; Mar. 30. 

Anderson, Edward L., Grosse He, assignor to American 
P.lowor Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Grille. 2,077,734; 
Apr. 20. 

Anderson, Edward L., Grosse He. assignor to American 
Blower Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Supporting means. 
2.081,030: May 18. 

Anderson, Edward L., Grosse He, IMieh., assignor to 
American Blower Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Grille. 
2,091,621 : Aug. 31. 

Anderson, Edward L., assignor to American Blower Cor- 
poration. Detroit. Mich. Fan. 2,083,184; June 8. 

Anderson. Edward L.. assignor to .\morican Blower Cor- 
poration. Detroit, Mich. Fan. 2.083,185 ; June 8. 

Anderson, Edward L., assignor to American Blower Cor- 
poration. Detroit, Mich. Fan. 2,083.180 ; June 8. 

Anderson. Edward L.. assignor to American Blower Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Fan. 2.083,187 ; June 8. 

Anderson, Edward L., assignor to Ripley and Gowen 
Company, Inc., Attleboro, Mass. Adjustable cravat 
holder. 2,082,747: June 1. 

Anderson, Edwin F., Buffalo, N. Y.. .assignor to Pillsbury 
Flour Mills Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Apparatus 
for treating flour and the like. 2,080,884 ; May 18. 



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Anderson, Einar H., Chicago, 111. Tandem wheel chassis 
unit. 2,072,787 ; Mar. 2. 

Anderson, Elmer A., Moorhead, Minn. Window sash bal- 
ance. 2,069,025 ; Jan. 26. 

Anderson, Emil E. W. (See Dal^n, S. G., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Emil N., Oak Park, 111., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Registering system. 
2,073,983 ; Mar. 16. 

Anderson, Emil N., Oak Park, 111., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Lock. 2,094,574 ; 
Oct. 6. 

Anderson, Emil N., Oak Park, 111., H. M. Bascom, Brook- 
lyn, N. y., E. Li. Getz, Kidgewood, N. J., and G. 
Sandalls, Jr., North Tarrytown, N. Y. ; said Anderson 
assignor to American Telephone and Telegraph Com- 
pany ; said Bascom, said Getz, and said Sandalls, Jr. 
assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Prepayment telephone system. 
2,084,121 : June 15. 

Anderson, Eric W., Chicago, 111. Corner shelf. 2,096,024 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Anderson, Folke W., Chicago, 111., assignor to Continental 
Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Sheet metal can. 
2,093,181 ; Sept. 14. 

Anderson, Frank E., Inglewood, assignor to Boyle Manu- 
facturing Company, Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. Canteen. 
2,100,894; Nov. 30. 

Anderson, Fred B. (See Armstrong, T. N. Jr., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Fredericl< H. (See Reid, E. H., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Frederick L., Haverhill, Mass., and N. Crispino, 
Keene, N. H., assignors to United Shoe Machinery Cor- 
poration, Paterson, N. J. Cutting sole for the attach- 
ment of wood heels. 2,088,562 ; Aug. 3. 

Anderson, George K., Pittsburgh, and W. D. Johnston, 
Jr., Dormont, Pa., assignors to The Neville Company. 
Resin polymerization. 2,092,998 ; Sept. 14. 

Anderson, George K., Pittsburgh, and W. D. Johnston, 
Jr., Dormont, Pa., assignors to Tlie Neville Company. 
Polymerization of resins. 2,092,999 ; Sept. 14. 

Anderson. George W., et al. (See Coney, John, assignor.) 

Anderson, George W., assignor to The General Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Tread for pneumatic 
tires. Re. 20,431 ; June 29. 

Anderson, Gilbert V., Philadelphia, Pa., and A. T. 
Bremser, Westmont, N. J., assignors to Larner Machine 
Company, Pliiladelphia, Pa. Internal combustion en- 
gine. 2,083,680; June 15. 

Anderson, Gilbert V., Philadelphia, and W. E. Conklin, 
Wyncote, assignors to William F. Fischer, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Paper web tensioning mechanism for printing 
presses. 2,090,858 ; Aug. 24. 

Anderson, Gust A., Des Moines, Iowa. Mechanical rack. 
2,082,236 ; June 1. 

Anderson, Gustaf B., assignor of one-half to O. T. Nelson, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Combination hand lamp and writ- 
ing pad. 2,089,821 ; Aug. 10. 

Anderson, Gustaf W. (See Howard, S. R., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Gustavo. (See Nicholls, W. H., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Hal C. (See Lee, R. K., Tea. and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Harry J., assignor to Hills-McCanna Company, 
Chicago, 111. Fluid pumping device. 2,075,755 ; Mar. 
30. 

Anderson, Harry O., assignor to Norton Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Abrasive wheel and manufacture. 
2,078,436 : Apr. 27. 

Anderson, Harry O., assignor to Norton Company, Worces- 
ter, Mass. Abrasive wheel. 2,078,437 ; Apr. 27. 

Anderson, Harry O.. assignor to Norton Company, Worces- 
ter, Jlass. Grinding wheel. 2,094,556 ; Sept. 28. 

Anderson, ITelmer, assignor to General Mills, Inc., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. Bag closing and sealing machine. 
2,083,417 : .Tune 8. 

Anderson, Helmer, assignor to General Mills, Inc., Min- 
neapolis. l\Iinn. Bag closure. 2.087,934; July 27. 

Anderson, Ililding, assignor to Tuttle & Bailey, Inc., New 
Britain, Conn. Air deflecting device. 2,090,908 ; Aug. 
24. 

Anderson, Homer G., Newtonville, assignor to Raytheon 

Production Corporation, Newton, Mass. Induction heat- 
ing coil. 2,075,079 ; Mar. 30. 
Anderson. Howard H., Pottstown, Pa. Shoe tip stretcher. 

2,080,830; July 13. 
Anderson, Howiird P., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Standard 

Stoker Company, Incorporated. Conveyer. 2,060,750 ; 

Jan. 5. 
Anderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Rtandnrd 

Stoker Company, Inc. Fuel distributor. 2,075,158 ; 

Mar. 30. 
Anderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Standard 

Stoker Company, Inc. Stolcer. 2,081,113; May 18. 
Anderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., assignor, l)y mesne iis- 

signnionts, to The Standard Stoker Company, Inc. 

Fuel di-stributor. 2,095,950; Oct. 19. 
Anderson. Howard P., Erin. Pa., assignor to The Standard 

Stolcer Company, Inc. Stolcer. 2.099,552; Nov, Hi. 
Anderson, Howard P., Erie, Pa., assignor to The Stand.-ud 

St()l<('r Company, Inc. Sectional fu<'l distributor. 

2,101,403; Dec. 7. 
AiidiTson, Ilow.'ird 1'., Eric, Pa., assignor to The Stnndiml 

Slolv-er Company, Inc., (1022). Stolier conveyer. 

2,103,209 ; Dec. ^1. 



Anderson, Howard P., and E. Martin, Erie, Pa., assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to The Standard Stoker Com- 
pany, Inc. Stoker. 2,081,114 ; May 18. 

Anderson, Howard P., and J. B. MacKenzie, Erie, Pa., as- 
signors to The Standard Stolcer Company, Inc. Pressure 
fluia regulating means. 2,086,692 ; July 13. 

Anderson, Ivar C. (See Hersey, H. J., Jr., and Andersen.) 

Anderson, James C, Highland Park, 111. Smoking de- 
vice. 2,081,976 ; June 1. 

Anderson, James (J., deceased, by A. G. Anderson, execu- 
trix, Elmhurst, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Alcet Electro Products Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Winding machine. 2,103,239 ; Dec. 28. 

Anderson, James K., Wellington Foundry, Leeds, England. 
Doffing mechanism for flyer spinning, doubling, twisting, 
and like machines. 2,076,423 ; Apr. 6. 

Anderson, James L., Tenafly, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. IMethod 
and apparatus for fusion welding. 2,071,808 ; Feb. 23. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Welded 
structure. 2,071,809 ; Feb. 23. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Process and apparatus for fusion welding. 2,081,897 ; 
June 1. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Tracer apparatus. 2,083,588 ; June 15. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Ap- 
paratus and method for rolling, forming, and welding. 
2,084,375 ; June 22. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Spiral pipe welding machine. 2,087,274 ; July 20. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Tube 
welding. 2,103,346 ; Dec. 28. 

Anderson, John E. (See Martin, E., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, John E., Hamilton, assignor to George H. 
Jackson Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Horse- 
shoe. 2,096,504 ; Oct. 19. 

Anderson, John P., assignor to Koppel Industrial Car and 
Equipment Company, Koppel, Pa. Coupling mechanism. 
2.071,490 : Feb. 23. 

Anderson, John P., Koppel, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Pressed Steel Car Company, Inc., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Car construction. 2,081,975 ; June 1. 

Anderson, John P.. Koppel, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Pressed Steel Car Company, Inc., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Dump car. 2,083,136 ; June 8. 

Anderson, John P., Koppel, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Pressed Steel Car Company Inc., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Car construction. 2,101,698 ; Dec. 7. 

Anderson, John W. (See Alport, David E. and S., as- 
signors.) 

Anderson, John W., Gary, Ind. Windshield wiper. 
2,094,732 ; Oct. 5. 

Anderson, John W., assignor to Sheller Manufacturing 
Corporation, Portland, Ind. Steering wheel. 2,073,822 ; 
Blar. 16. 

Anderson. Joseph F., Rockford, .nssignor to Ed. Cumings, 
Inc., Flint, Mich. Creel. 2,085,564 ; June 29. 

Anderson, Leslie J., Westmont, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Combined picture and sound 
recording apparatus. 2,083,355 ; June S. 

Anderson, Louis I., Chicago, 111. Cable protector. 
2,092,270 ; Sept. 7. 

Anderson, Milton, Rockford, assignor to Borg-Warner 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Double universal joint as- 
sembly. 2,072,090 ; Mar. 2. 

Anderson, Nels A., Stockton, assignor to Fibrcboard 
Products, Inc., San Francisco, Calif. Box making ma- 
chine. 2,070,704; Feb. td. 

Anderson, Nels J. (See De Koster, C, and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Nils H., assignor to The Shelton Tack Co., 
Slielton, Conn. Machine for capping tack heads. 
2,103,508 ; Dec. 28. 

-indorson, Norman T. (Sec Sweeley, E. A., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Oscar L., Los Angeles, Calif. Floor surfacing 
machine. 2,086,204 ; .July 6. 

Anderson, Oscar M. (See Ahnquist, N. T., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Oscnr M., assignor to Landers, Frnry & Clark, 
New Britain, Conn. Strainer for percolators. 
2,067,470 ; Jan. 12. 

Aiuler.'^on, Oscar W., and E. 10. Forrester. Denver. Colo. 
Thermostatic valve mochnnism. 2.084,982; .Inne 20. 

Anderson. Perle .T., Portland, N. Y. Cultivator. 
2,087,275 ; July 20. 

Ander.'Jdii Products, Incorporated. (See Chlttick, Charles 
Y., assignor.) 

Ander.son, Ralph C, Chartolte. N. C. Yarn and fabric 
m;ide therefrom. 2,077.97,S ; Ai)r. 20. 

Anderson, Ralph W. (See lMc(\iy, V. K., and .\nderson.) 

Anderson, Riiiph W., Wnuwatosa, Wis. Spnrk deslroyor 
for locoiuoiives. 2,082.237: June 1. 

Anderson, Hay It., Oldalioina City, OUla. Revolving tire 
sign and cover. 2.083.806; June 15. 

AndiMson, Uiiynioiul II., Tluirntun Ui>nlli. Kngland. 
Delivery or extrusion nozzle device. 2,099.280; Nov. 
16. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Anderson, Reinliold J., Red Oak, Iowa. Display rack. 
2.076.522: Apr. 1.3. 

Anderson, Rexford O. (See Carson, A. H., Anderson, and 
Davenport.) 

Anderson, Richard T., Stacy, Minn. Latch. 2,093,182 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Anderson, Robert and S., Seattle, Wash. Vehicle and 
direction indicator therefor. 2,094,776 ; Oct. 5. 

Anderson, Robert P., Norwich, N. Y. Removable pan 
handle. 2.092.198 : Sept. 7. 

Anderson, Roger, Seattle, Wash. Anatomic splint. 
2,080,802 ; May 18. 

Anderson, Roger, assignor to The Tower Company, Seattle, 
Wash. Fracture reducing table. 2. 079. 507 ; May. 4. 

Anderson, Roger, assignor to The Tower Companv, Seattle, 
Wash. Fracture splint. 2,101,889 : Dec. 14. 

Anderson, Roland O., and C. H. Anderson, Des Moines, 
Iowa. Ice or snow scooter. 2,101,229 ; Dec. 7. 

Anderson, Roy F., Auburn, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Auburn Automobile Company, ConnersvlTle, 
Ind. Windshield. 2,087,495 ; July 20. 

Anderson, Russell G. (See Blazek, J. Y., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Russell T. (See Hosker, F. P., and Anderson.) 

Anderson, Samuel. (See Anderson, Robert and S.) 

Anderson, Samuel M. (See Hamilton, F. J., and Ander- 
son.) 

Anderson, Samuel M., Sharon, assignor to B. F. Sturte- 
vant Company, Boston, Mass. Cooling and condition- 
ing system for passenger vehicles. 2,087,790 ; July 20. 

Anderson, Samuel M., and R. T. Palmer, Sharon, as- 
signors to B. F. Sturtevant Company, Inc., Boston, 
Mass. Air conditioning system utilizing refrigeration. 
2,098,558 ; Xov. 9. 

Anderson, Sidney E., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to West- 
em Electric Company. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electric wave translating system. 2,086,595 ; July 13. 

Anderson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Servel. Inc., Dover, Del. Ice 
tray release mechanism. 2,098,850 ; Xov. 9. 

Anderson, Swan F., assignor to F. L. Borehert, Rockford, 
111. Apparatus for making frozen confections. 
2.094,769 : Oct. 5. 

Anderson-Tully Company. (See Ward, Neil C, assignor.) 

Anderson, Victor, Cliffside, assignor to Alfred Hormann 
& Company, West New York, N. J. Lamp finishing 
machine. 2,069,387 : Feb. 2. 

Anderson, Virginia H., Philadelphia, Pa. Urinal. 
2.084,788 : June 22. 

Anderson, W. C, Bromley, Ky., assignor to The Trumbull 
Electric Manufacturing Company, Plainville, Conn. 
Bus bar conduit system. 2,096,313 ; Oct. 19. 

Anderson, Walter A., Rockford, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Underwood Elliott Fisher Companv, 
Xew York, N. Y. Duplex adding machine. 2,068,650 ; 
Jan. 26. 

Anderson. Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. Paper 
feeding mechanism for accounting machines. 2.084.519 ; 
June 22. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to 
Underwood Elliott Fisher Company, New York, N. Y. 
Combined cabinet and business machine stand. 
2,101,230; Dec. 7. 

Anderson. Warren C, Belmont, assignor to United-Carr 
Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, "Mass. Making nut 
buttons. 2.077.352 : Apr. 13. 

Anderson. William, assignor to Lycoming Manufacturing 
Company, Williamsport, Pa. Heating apparatus. 
2.099,383 ; Nov. 16. 

Anderson, William, Bromley, Ky., assignor to The Trum- 
bull Electric Manufacturing (Company, Plainville, Conn. 
Safety switch. 2,098,559 ; Nov. 9. 

Anderson, William B., and S. C. Eaker, Springfield, ^Mass., 
assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigerating appa- 
ratus. 2,080,595 ; May 18. 

Anderson, William C., San Francisco, assignor of one-half 
to W. H. Brooks, Fairfax, Calif. Apparatus for mixing 
materials. 2.077.088 ; Apr. 13. 

Anderson, William P., Flint, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Bearing blank bending 
machine. 2.089,169 ; Aug. 10. 

Anderson. William S., assignor to Shoe Press Corpora- 
tion. Philadelphia. Pa. Last member for shoe presses. 
Re. 20,464 : Aug. 10. 

Anderson. Vi'illiam S., assignor to Shoe Press Corporation, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Sole plate for shoe presses. 
2,009,055 : Jan. 26. 

Anderson, William T., Jr.. Newark, and C. J. Larson. East 
Orange, assignors to Hanovia Chemical and Manufac- 
turing Companv, Newark. X. J. Ultraviolet ray appa- 
ratus. 2.082.934 ; June 8. 

Andersson, Carl A. (See Homlin, J. W., and Andersson.) 

Andersson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Servel, Inc., Dover, Del. Gas 
regulator. 2.069,808 : Feb. 9. 

Andersson, Sven W. E.. Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
.''orvpl. Inc., New York, N. Y. Refrigeration. 2,076,058 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Andis, Mathew, Racine, Wis. Nnnvibratory shear mem- 
ber for hair clippers. 2,096,477 : Oct. 19. 

Andler, Robert F., Rutherford, assignor to Electrol Incor- 
porated, Clifton, N. J. Oil burner. 2,090,506 ; Aug. 17. 



Andler, Robert F., Rutherford, assignor to Electrol Incor- 
porated. Clifton. N. J. Oil burning. 2,090.56S ; Aug. 17. 

Andler, Robert F., Rutherford, assignor to Electrol Incor- 
porated, Clifton, N. J. Oil burner. 2,090,576 ; Aug. 17. 

Andler, ivobert F., Rutherford, assignor to Electrol Incor- 
porated, Clifton, N. J. Mechanical advertising device. 
2.100,690 ; Nov. 30. 

Andrada, Morris J., East Orange, assignor to Robbins Con- 
veying Belt Company, Passaic, N. J. Portable sectional 
conveyer. 2,066,383 ; Jan. 5. 

Andre, Gustaf E., Richmond, Ind. Wringer. 2,102,827 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Andre, Gustaf E., Richmond, Ind., assignor to Belden 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Lightning ar- 
rester and making the same. 2,072,850 ; Mar. 9. 

Andreana, Henry, New York, N. Y. Workbench. 
2,067,113 ; Jan. 5. 

Andreas. Arno, Munster, Germany, assignor to Bagpak, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Machine for filling barrels. 

2.089.526 : Aug. 10. 

Andreas, Arno, Munster, Germany, assignor to Bagpak, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Packing filling machine. 
2,099.834 : Nov. 23. 

Andreasen, Howard M., Tremonton, Utah. Treating beet 
seed. 2,075,159 ; Mar. 30. 

Andreatta, Lawrence, assignor of one-half to Santo 
Ceretta, Chicago, 111. Mechanical figure toy. 
2,081,785 ; May 25. 

Andreoli, Robert P.. Lowell, Mass. Automatic ring trav- 
eler gun. 2.094.517 : Sept. 28. 

Andres, Charles M., Yonkers, assignor to Otis Elevator 
Company, New York, N. Y. Luminous indicator. 
2,072,439 ; Mar. 2. 

Andres, Harry E., et al., executors. (See Harpham, 
Fred M.) 

Andres, Lloyd J., assignor to Automatic Musical Instru- 
ment Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Lubricating sys- 
tem. 2,069,639 ; Feb. 2. 

Andres, Lloyd J., assignor to Automatic Musical Instru- 
ment Companv, Grand Rapids, Mich. Photoelectric con- 
verter. 2,073,773 : Mar. 16. 

Andres, Lloyd J., assignor to Automatic Musical Instru- 
ment Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Projection shut- 
ter. 2,074,636 ; Mar. 23. 

Andres, Lloyd J., assignor to Automatic Musical Instru- 
ment Companv, Grand Rapids, Mich. Stvlus arm 
switch. 2,078,928 ; May 4. 

Andres, Lloyd J., Chicago, 111., assignor to Automatic In- 
strument Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Robot phono- 
graph. 2,098,216 ; Nov. 9. 

Andres, Lloyd J., assignor to Automatic Instrument Com- 
panv, Grand Rapids, Mich. Projector. 2,101,890 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Andres, William A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. 
Presser-lifter actuating device for sewing machines. 
2,067,038 ; Jan. 5. 

Andrew, Frederick W. (See von Meister, F. W., and 
Andrew.) 

Andrew, Harry R., Roswell, N. Mex. Water meter. 
2.097,360 ; Oct. 26. 

Andrew, Lucy B., Forest Hills, N. Y. Hair curler. 
2.076,358; Apr. 6. 

Andrew, Sumner D.. Camden, Ark., assignor to Bagpak. 
Inc.. Xew York, N. Y. Forming a siftproof package. 
2,093,067 ; Sept. 14. 

Andrew, Vaughan L., Superior, Wis. Windmill. 
2,069,571 ; Feb. 2. 

Andrew, William K., Wauwatosa, Wis. Machine for form- 
ing and applying liquid spray. 2.07S.223 ; Apr. 27. 

Andrew, William K., Wauwatosa, assignor to Marathon 
Paper Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. Container. 

2.089.527 : Aug. 10. 

Andrews, Albert, Deadwood, S. Dak. Two-cvcle engine. 

2.083.807 : June 15. 
Andrews, Albert, Deadwood, S. Dak. Internal combustion 

engine. 2.083,808 ; June 15. 
Andrews, Albert W., Dover, assignor to S. Morgan Smith 

Company, York, Pa. Hydraulic machine. 2,073.044 ; 

Mar. 9. 
Andrews, Albert W., Dover, assignor to S. Morgan Smith 

Company, York, Pa. Hydraulic turbine. i,090,093 ; 

Aug. 17. 
Andrews, Anatol N., Los Angeles, Calif. Fountain pen 

valve. 2,098,528 ; Nov. 9. 
Andrews, Arthur B., Auburn. Maine. Sampling tool for 

pulp or the like. 2,083,418 ; June 8. 
Andrews, Bernard R., Braintree, Mass. Method of and 

apparatus for drying material in sheet or wob form. 

2,071,015; Feb. 16. 
Andrews, Champe S., North Chattanooga, Tenn. Sealed 

container. 2,098,818 : Nov. 9. 
Andrews, Charles W. (See Seaver, J. J., Kinney, Kirk, and 

Andrews.) 
Andrews, Charles W., assignor to H. A. Brassert & Com- 
pany, Chicago, m. Reduction of sulphur. 2,085,565 ; 

June 29. 
Andrews, Charles W., and C. E. Dougan, Chicago, 111,, 

assignors, bv mesne assignments, to A. F. Giese, Jr. 

Gary, Ind. Mud gun. 2.101.306: Dec. 7. 
Andrews, Chester E. (See Fenske, M. R., and Andrews." 
Andrews, Chester E., Brookllne, assignor to The Rohm & 

Haas Companv, Philadelphia, Pa. Manufacture of 

amines. 2,073,671 ; Mar. 16. 



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Andrews, Chester B., Overbrook, and L. W. Covert, Phil- 
adelphia, assignors to EOhm & Haas Company, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. Purification of capryl alcohol. 
2,074,528 ; Mar. 23. 

Andrews, Chester E., Overbrook, and R. N. Washburne, 
Philadelphia, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Separating trimethylamine and am- 
monia. 2,095,786 ; Oct. 12. 

Andrews, Chester E., Overbrook, and M. R. Fenske, State 
College, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Refining mineral oils. 2,096,725 ; Oct. 26. 

Andrews, CllfEord M., York, Nebr. Device for processing 
dentures. 2,069,746 ; Feb. 9. 

Andrews, Cyril M., University Cit.v, assignor to Wagner 
Electric Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Clamping mecha- 
nism. 2,083,419 ; June 8. 

Andrews, E. .T. (See Krag, Erik L.. assignor.) 

Andrews, Edward D. (See Alderfer, Sterling W., as- 
signor.) 

Andrews, Edward F. (See Beane, E. A., and Andrews.) 

Andrews, Edward F., Chicago, 111. Radio receiver. 
2.103,135 ; Dee. 21. 

Andrews, Harold D. (See Smith, C. O., Andrews, as- 
signor.) 

Andrews, Harold K., Stratford, Conn., assignor to Samson- 
United Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Electric switch. 
2,077,089 : Apr. 13. 

Andrews, John H. (See Ricks, F., and Andrews.) 

Andrews, John W., Westfield, N. J., and R. Gillis, Hins- 
dale, 111., assignors to Western Electric Company, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Magnetic material. 
Re. 20,507 ; Sept. 14. 

Andrews, L. V. (See Armour, J. W., and Andrews.) 

Andrews, L. V., assignor to Riley Stoker Corporation, 
Mass. Combustion control. 2,093,122 ; 



v., assignor to Riley Stoker Corporation, 
Mass. Pulverizing apparatus. 2,100,020 ; 



Worcester, 
Sept. 14. 

Andrews, L. 
Worcester, 
Nov. 23. 

Andrews, L. V., and G. A. Rehm, assignors to Riley Stoker 
Corporation, Worcester, Mass. Furnace. 2,075,419 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Andrews, L. V., and H. F. Walton, assignors to Riley 
Stoker Corporation, Worcester, Mass. Magnetic sepa- 
rator. 2,081,445 ; May 25. 

Andrews, Mary R., deceased, by M. A. Westendorn, ex- 
ecutrix, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General" Elec- 
tric Company. Tantalum carbide lamp. 2,072,788 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Andrews, Oliver B., Chattanooga, Tenn. Toy building. 
2,072,698 ; Mar. 2. 

Andrews, Nathaniel R., Yonkers, N. Y. Separating liq- 
uids from solids and apparatus therefor. 2,100,118 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Andrews P. L. Corporation. (See Andrews, Preston L., 
assignor.) 

Andrews, Preston L., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to P. L. 
Andrews Corporation, Glendale, Long Island, N. Y. 
Package for dress shields and other articles. 2,087,879 ; 
July 27. 

Andrews Steel Company, The. (See Little, Howard J., 
assignor.) 

Andrews, William C, Blawnox, Pa. Rifling apparatus and 
process. 2,086,111 ; July 6. 

Andrews, William E., Hurley, S. Dak. Pipe holder and 
puller. 2,067,372 ; Jan. 12. 

Andricux, Tenn L., Grenoble, assignor to Societe d' Electro- 
chime, d' Electrometallurgie et des Acieries Electriques 
d' Ugine, Paris, France. Preparation of alloys contain- 
ing boron. 2,091,950 ; Sept. 7. 

Andrus, Burton R. (See Wilhelm, G. L., and Andrus.) 

AndruR, Foscoe H., Windsor, Conn. Pipe flanging maehihe. 
2.071 ,.''.14 : Fob. 23. 

Andrus, Orrin E., Milwaukee, Wis. Water purification. 
2,072,976; Mar. 9. 

Andru.s, Orrin E., Milwaukee, Wis. Water purifier. 
2,087,136; ,Tuly 13. 

Andrus. RonnUI. White Plains, N. Y. Coasting bobsled. 
2,095,951 ; Oct. 19. 

Andrussow, Leonid, Mannheim, assignor to I. G. Far- 
benindu.'?trie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort - on - thc- 
Main, Germany. Production of nitriles. 2,095,224 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Anomostat Corporation of America. (See Kurth, Frann 
J., assignor.) 

Angel, Jay C, East Cleveland, Ohio. RpflTiisliIng device 
for faucet valve seats. 2,082,999 ; Juno 8. 

Angelica, Patrick R., Secaucus, N. J. Sinker. 2,083,630 ; 
June 15. 

Angell, Charles XL, assignor, by mesne nssignments, to 
Universal OH Products Company, Chicago, 111. Treat- 
ment of hydrocarbons. 2,067,810; .Tan. 12. 

Angell, Oiarlo.s IT., asHignor to Universnl Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, III. Conversion of hvdrocarbon oils. 
2,070,249 ; Feb. 0. 

Angell, Charles IT., assignor to Universal 
Company, Chlcngo, 111. Conversion of 
oils. 2,081,347; Alay 25. 

Angell, Charles II., assignor to Universal 
Company, Chicago, 111. Conversion of 
oils. 2,081,348 ; May 25. 

Angell, Charles IT., nssignor to Universal OH Products 



Oil Products 
hydrocarbon 

Oil Products 
liydrocarbon 



Company, Chicago, Til. 
2,088,087 ; Aug. 3. 



ConverHlon of hydrocarbon oIIh. 



Angell, Charles H., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Conversion of hydrocarbon 
oils. 2,095,952 ; Oct. 19. 

Angell, William R., Jr., and H. H. Timian, assignors to 
Continental Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. En- 
gine. 2,075,330; Mar. 30. 

Angelus, Louis, New York, and D. L. Baylis, Long Island, 
N. Y. ; said Baylis assignor to said Angelus. Dry clean- 
ing apparatus and fluid circulating system therefor. 
2,075,010; Mar. 30. 

Angelus, Louis, New York, and D. L. Baylis, Bellerose ; 
said Baylis assignor to said Angelus. Dry cleaning ap- 
paratus and fluid circulating system therefor. 
2,101,014 ; Nov. 30. 

Anger, Paul, Kiel, Germany. 



2,072,492; Mar. 2. 
Angler, Edward H., trustee. 

assignor.) 
Angier, Edward H., trustee. 

assignor.) 
Angier, Edward H., 



Jet impact pulverizer. 
(See Angier, Edward H., 
(See Brown, Harry W., 



Framingham, Blass., assignor to E. 
H. Angier as trustee for Angier Laboratories. Creping. 
2,079,273 ; May 4. 

Angier, Edward H., assignor to E. H. Angier, Framing- 
ham, Mass., as trustee for Angier Laboratories. Wrap- 
ping. 2,086,179 ; July 6. 

Angier, Edward H., assignor to E. H. Angier, Framing- 
ham, Mass., as trustee. Box stay. 2,098.909 ; Nov. 9. 

Angier Laboratories. (See Angier, Edward H., assignor.) 

Angier Laboratories. (See Brown, Harry W.) 

Anglada, Joseph A., A. H. Asprooth, and C. L. Christen- 
sen, assignors to Anglada Motor Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Internal combustion engine. 2,081,260 ; 
May 25. 

Anglada Motor Corporation. (See Anglada, J. A., 
Asprooth, and Christensen; assignors.) 

Angle, Glenn D., Cincinnati, Ohio. Connecting rod con- 
struction for radial type internal combustion engines. 
2,071,193; Feb. 16. 

Anglo California National Bank of San Francisco, The. 
(See Rey, Henri D., assignor.) 

Angst, Gustave, Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Double-speed synchronous motor. 2,084,178 ; 
June 15. 

Angus, Thomas C, Lambourne End, England. Exhaust 
ventilating hood for industrial and other purposes. 
2,082,374; June 1. 

Anibal, Benjamin H., Pontiac, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Engine stabilizer. 
2,081,213 ; May 25. 

Anibal, Benjamin H., Pontiac, assignor to General 
Slotors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Articulated pro- 
peller shaft. 2,081,214 ; May 25. 

Anibal, Benjamin H., Pontiac, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Blich. Gear shift lever mounting. 
2,101,727 ; Dec. 7. 

Anich, Joseph J., Sault St. Marie, Ontario, Canada. 
Screw type electric fuse. 2,095,903 : Oct. 12. 

Anigraphie Process, Inc. (See Friden, John H., assignor.) 

Ann Arbor Machine Company. (See BlacDonald, Ray- 
more D., assignor.) 

Annema, Norman J.. Grand Rapids, Mich. Egg handling 
tool. 2,099,588 ; Nov. 16. 

Annen, James E., assignor to Sutherland Paper Company, 
Kalamazoo, Mich. Container assembling device, 
2,096,776 ; Oct. 26. 

Annen, James E., assignor to Sutherland Paper Company, 
Kalamazoo, Mich. Container. 2,102,666 ; Doc. 21. 

Annen, Robert, assignor to the firm Louis MUller & Cie. 
S. A., Fabrique d'horlogerie "La Champagne", Bienne, 
Switzerland. Annular ball bearing. 2,068,589 ; Jan. 
19. 

Annerfin, Rolf E., and Bengt Carlstrom, assignors to Aktie- 
bolaget Facit, Atvidaberg, Sweden. Calculating ma- 
chine. 2,068,899 ; .Tan. 26. 

Annin, Douglas H., Brookline, assignor to Mason-Noilan 
Regulator Companv, Boston, Mass. Pressure differ- 
ential indicator. 2,087,494 ; July 20. 

Anschiitz, Robert, Zella-Mehlis IT, assignor to Mercedes 
Buromaschinen-Werke Aktiongosollschatt, Benshausen, 
Zolla-Mohlis, Germany. Typewriting-calculating ma- 
chine, typewriting machine, or the like. 2,091,133 ; 
Aug. 24. 

An.scotI, William. (See Wittkuhns, B. A., and .Vnscott.) 

Anscott. William, Woodhavcn. assignor to Sperry Gyro- 
scope Comnanv, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Ball gyro verti- 
cal. 2,087,961 ; July 27. 

Ans(>lil. licnjainin, St. Louis, ^lo. Advertising dispenser. 
2.0S9.214; Aug. 10. 

Ansel, Harry R., Columbus. Ohio. Metallic storage rack 
for barrels. 2,072,699; Mar. 2. 

Ansel, Harry R., Columbus, Ohio. Securing menus for 
corrugalod .s!ii'(>ts. 2,077, Hi'J; .Aiir. 13. 

Ansholm, I^lwnrd IT., New York, N. Y. Ice creeper. 
2,076,260; Apr. 6. 

Anslcv, Arlhur C, Now York. N. V. I'llluiinating hum in 
push-pull drculls. 2,070,772; TYb. 16. 

Anson, Isaac A., Tulsa, Okla. Hydrocarbon proooss. 
2,072,789: Mar. 2. 

Anl.'iclron, Tnc. (Soo Campbell, J. F., and Wlntorhaltor, 
MHNli;norK.) 

AnllKMiy, Alfred W., Jr., Belmont, and R. P. Oxniird, 
Ciiinbrldgo, Mass. I'hotographlc printing. 2,000,825; 
Aug. 24. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Anthony, Andrew H., Detroit, Jlich. Soap holder for 

scrub pails. 2,075,566 ; Mar. 30. 
Anthony Company. (See Anthony, William C, assignor.) 
Anthony Company. (See Anthony, W. C, and Wachter, 

assignors.) 
Anthony Development Company. (See Anthony, William 

C, assignor.) 
Anthony Development Company. (.See Anthony, W. C, 

and Waehter, assignors.) 
Anthony Development Company. (See Waehter, Lester, 

assignor.) 
Anthonv, Eugene, assignor to Paramount Heating & 

Mfg. Co., Seattle, Wash. Cooker structure. 2,091,951 ; 

Sept. 7. 
Anthonv, Herman R. C, assignor to Rav-O-Vac Company, 

Madison, Wis. Carton. 2,081,656 ; May 25. 
Anthony, Jack, Tulsa, assignor, by mesne assignments, 

of sixty per cent to F. P. Collins and forty per cent 

to G. Krell, Sapulpa, Okla. Clamp. 2,070,550 ; Feb. 9. 
Anthony, Robert S.. New York. N. Y. Treating invert 

syrup, honey, and the like. Re. 20,594 ; Dec. 14. 
Anthonv, Robert S.. New York. X. Y. Treating invert 

syrups, honey, and the like. 2,094.05.3 : Sept. 28. 
Anthony, William C. (See Brown, Victor Y., assignor.) 
Anthony, William C, assignor to Anthony Development 

Company, Streator, HI. Vehicle suspension. 2,073,823 ; 

Mar. 16. 
Anthony, Williana C. assignor to Anthony Company, 

Streator, HI. Hydraulic hoist. 2,084.376 : June 22. 
Anthony, William C, assignor to Anthony Company, 

Streator, HI. Tipping mechanism. 2,097,555 : Nov. 2. 
Anthony, William C. and L. Wacliter, assignors to 

Anthonv Development CoTnpanv. Stroatbr, 111. 

Hydraulic drive. 2,071,605 ; Feb. 23. 
Anthony, William C, and L. Waehter, assignors to 

Anthonv Company, Streator, Dl. Road implement. 

2,088.564; Aug. 3." 
Anthony. William C, and L. Waehter, assignors to 

Anthony Development Company, Streator, HI. Cycle 

construction. 2,091.698 ; Aug. 31. 
Anthracite Separator Company. (See Pardee, Frank, as- 
signor.) 
Anthracite Separator Company. (See Pardee, Frank, and 

F., Jr., assignors.) 
Antill, Philip W., Ridgefield Park, N. J., assignor to 

American Arch Company. New York. N. Y. Furnace 

wall construction. 2.081,417 ; May 25. 
Antilotti. William A., Atlanta, Ga. Vehicle wheel rim. 

2.0SS.988 : Aug. 3. 
Antisell, Frank L., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Copperweld 

Steel Company, Glassport, Pa. Method and apparatus 

for the electrodeposition of metal. 2,075.331 ; Mar. 30. 
Antisell, Frank L., Wilkinsburg, .assignor to Copperweld 

Steel Companv, Glassport, Pa. Apparatus for the 

electrodeposition of metal. 2,075,332 ; Mar. 30. 
Anton, Frederick A., Topeka. Kans. Front pole adjust- 
ment for lateral arm awnings. 2.070.039: Feb. 16. 
Anton, Percival J., assignor tcTThe Singer Manufacturing 

Companv, Elizabeth. N. J. Thread-controlling mecha- 
nism for sewing machines. 2,096.932 ; Oct. 26. 
Antonelli, Joseph A., Chicago, and T. O. Kosatka. Cicero. 

assignors to Victor Manufacturing & Gasket Company, 

Chicago, HI. Oil-cooled grease container. 2.092.237 ; 

Sept. 7. 
Antrim, Louis C, New York, N. T. Fertilizing stick. 

2.067,589 : Jan. 12. 
Antrim, William D., Gloucester, N. J., assignor to Roberts 

& Mander Stove Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Cooking 

vessel. 2,069,125 ; Jan. 26. 
Apablasa, C^ayetano J.. Los Angeles, Calif. Precious 

metal trap. 2.083,485 ; June 8. 
Apco Mossberg Corporation. (See Jackson, Alfred F., as- 
signor.) 
Apex Electrical JIanufacturing Company, The. (See 

Frantz, W. A., and McCabe, assignors.) 
Ayipx Elccrrioal Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

Kirb.v. James B.. assignor.) 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

Mader, John J., assignor.) 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

McCabe, John J., assignor.) 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

McCabe, J. J., and Seyfried. assimiors.) 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

Racklyeft, John W., assignor.) 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The. (See 

Seyfried, Arthur \V., assignor.) 
Apgar, W. Clayton, et al. (See Moss, L. E., and Titus, 

assignors.) 
Apitzsch, Max, and O. Kleinschmit, assignors to Gebruder 

Brehmer, Leipzig-Plagwitz, Germany. Paper folding 

machine. 2,072,790 ; Mar. 2. 
Apollo Steel Company. (See Pisarcik, Paul K., assignor.) 
Appa, Frank, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Reliable 

Refrigeration Co.. Inc., Chicago, 111. Thermal fluid 

conduit and core therefor. 2.079,144 ; May 4. 
Appel, Abraham. (See Block, David J., assignor.) 
Appel, Oscar J., Paterson, N. J. Oil burner. 2,088,031 ; 

Aug. 3. 
Appel, William D.. and H. F. Schiefer, Washington, D. C. 

Display apparatus. 2,066,310 ; Jan. 5. 



Appel, William D., and H. F. Schiefer, Washington, D. C, 
assignors to The Government of the United States, rep- 
resented bv The Secretary of Commerce. Machine for 
testing fabrics. 2,066,311 ; Jan. 5. 

Appelberg. Gustaf R. (See Bullard, Edward P., E. C, 
E. P., Ill, Appelberg, Johnson and Mussler.) 

Appelberg, Gustaf R., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Companv. Stroke control adjustment for ma- 
chine tools. 2,0'86,837 ; July 13. 

Appelberg, Gustaf R., Bridgeport, . Conn., assignor to 
The Bullard Company. Double index mechanism. 
2,086,838 ; July 13. ,^ , ^ 

Appelius, Fritz, Berlin-Shandau, assignor to Telephon- 
Apparat Fabrik-E. Zwietusch and Company. Berlin, 
Germany. Paystation telephone system. 2,082,561 ; 
June 1. 

Appelius, Fritz, Berlin-Spandau, and H. Langner, Berlin- 
t^teglicz, assignors to Telephon-Apparat Fabrik E. Zwie- 
tusch and Companv, Berlin, Germany. Measured serv- 
ice telephone svstem. 2,093,988 : Sept. 28. 

Apple, Bessie D. (See Cotterman, Frederick W., as- 
signor.) 

Apple, Bessie D. (See Kessler, John J., assignor.) 

Apple, Edward M., et al., executors. (See Cotterman, 
Frederick W.) 

Apple, George W., Waldron, Ind. Hook latch for sliding 
doors. 2,080,000 ; May 11. 

Apple, Herbert F., et al., executors. (See Cotterman, Fred- 
erick W.) 

Apple, Vincent G. (See Cotterman, Frederick W., as- 
signor. ) 

Appleford Paper Products Limited. (See Lawson, A. R., 
and Huffman, assignors.) 

Applegarth, Edward M. (See Michel, Henry M.. assignor.) 

Applegarth. George A., San Francisco, Calif. Fire escape. 
2.084.303 ; June 22. 

Applegate, Lindsay M., Seattle, Wash., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Collins Radio Company, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. Sound transmission and reproduction. 
2,081,904; June 1. 

Applegate, Robert R.. Shaker Heights. Ohio. Method and 
apparatus for welding. 2.083,309 ; June 8. 

Applestam. Charles J., Boston. Mass. Combined statue, 
lamp, and loudspeaker. 2,068.590 ; Jan. 19. 

Appleton Electric Company. (See Tomblom, Nils A., as- 
signor.) 

Appleton Electric Company. (See Tornblom, N. A., and 
Bylund, assignors.) 

Appleton Wire Works, Inc. (See Buchanan, William E., 
assignor.) 

Appleyard, Kenelm C, Birtley, and S. D. Pollitt, New- 
castle-on-Tyne, assignors to The Birtley Company Lim- 
ited, Birtlev, England. Apparatus for the electrical 
separation of coal. 2,086,060 ; July 6. 

Appleyard, Kenelm C. assignor of one-half to The Birtley 
Company Limited. Birtley. England. Apparatus for the 
separation of coal and the like. 2.101,381 ; Dec. 7. 

Applicator Products Corporation. (See Goltman, J. T., 
and Robbins, assignors.) 

Apollo :Metal Works. (See Romanoff, Frank P., as- 
signor. ) 

Aprile, Joseph. Norwood, Ohio. Nursing bottle holder. 
2,092,526 ; Sept. 7. 

Apsey. George W., Jr.. Rutherford, assignor to Jacques 
Wolf & Co., Passaic, N. J. Manufacture of gum of 
prepared gum class. 2.093.405 : Sept. 21. 

Aran6-Pratmars6, Alberto, Barcelona, Spain. Flexible 
centrifugal pot for spinning or doubling all kinds of 
fibers and device for discharging it. 2,068,815 ; Jan. 26. 

Arbib, Ida, New York, N. Y. Knitted article. 2,067,895 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Arble. Newton F., Pittsburgh, Pa. Cribwork. 2,092,385 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Arbuckle, S. F., Corporation. (See Arbuclde, Samuel F, 
assignor.) 

Arbuckle, Samuel F., Highland Park, Mich., assignor to 
S. F. Arbuckle Corporation. Brake mechanism. 

2.079.588 ; May 11. 

Arbuckle, Samuel F., Highland Park, Mich., assignor to 
S. F. Arbuckle Corporation. Brake mechanism. 

2.079.589 ; May 11. 

Arbuckle, Samuel F., Highland Park, assignor to United 
Lens Corporation. Detroit. Mich. Signaling device. 
2,088.501 ; July 27. 

Arbuckle. Samuel F., Highland Park, assignor to United 
Lens Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Lighting apparatus. 
2,097,399 ; Oct. 26. 

.Vrcadia Hosiery Co. (See Weisbecker, Frank G., as- 
signor.) 

Arcadia Hpsiery Co. (See Wrightson, John O., as- 
signor.) 

Arce, Ambrosio, Daugupan, Pangasinan, P. I. Cigarette 
and match case. 2.086,839 ; July 13. 

Arce, Carlos M., Buenos Aires. Argentina. Elastic wheel 
for vehicles in general. 2,078.554 ; Apr. 27. 

Archea, Walter D. (See Roehin, E. G.. and Archea.) 

Arche;i, Walter D. (See Romaine, M., Archea, and 
Roehm.) 

Archea. Walter D., Norwood, Ohio, assignor to The Cin- 
cinnati Milling Machine Co., Cincinnati. Ohio. Ma- 
chine tool organization. 2.079,700 ; May 11. 

Archea, Walter D., assignor to The Cincinnati Milling 
Machine Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Thread milling 
machine. 2,090,992 ; Aug. 24. 



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Archer, Raymond, Seattle, Wash., assignor to Mergeh- 
thaler Linotype Company. Slug casting machine. 
2,097,712 ; Nov. 2. 

Archer, Robert S., Evanston, 111., assignor to A. O. Smith 
Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Alloy. 2,066,512 ; Jan. 5. 

Archer, Robert S., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Republic 
Steel Corporation, Youngstown, Ohio. Treating steel. 
2,080,159 ; May 11. 

Archer Rubber Company. (See Callahan, John T., as- 
signor.) 

Archer, Sylvanus M. (See Bennett, M. D., and Archer.) 

Archer, William M., Barbourville, Ky. Crib. 2,071,016 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Archibald, Francis M. (See Rosen, R., and Archibald.) 

Arco Company, The. (See Hexter, Paul L., assignor.) 

Arcturus Develoment Company. (See Glauber, John J., 
assignor.) 

Ardco Manufacturing Company. (See Stern, Charles, as- 
signor. ) 

Arden, Elizabeth, Sales Corporation. (See Lewis, Flor- 
ence N., assignor.) 

Arden, Thomas R., Baldwin, N. T., assignor to O. F. 
Mossberg & Sons, Incorporated, New Haven, Conn. 
Adjustable peep sight for firearms. 2.083,934 ; June 15. 

Arden, Thomas R., Baldwin, assignor to Nlc Projector 
Corporation, New Yoric, N. Y. Typewriter. 2,101,231 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Arelt, Charles. (See Gwinn, G. W., Arelt, and Nejedly.) 

Arendt, Morton, New York, N. Y. Gas electric vehicle. 
2,078,362 ; Apr. 27. 

"Arenella" Societa Italiana per I'lndustria dell' Acido 
Citrico ed Aflini. (See Leone, Pietro, assignor.) 

Aresee Company Inc. (See Chandler, Daniel L., assignor.) 

Arey, Fred C, Oak Park, and De Los E. Hibner, Jr., 
Du Bois, Pa., assignors to Vulcan Soot Blower Corpora- 
tion. Soot blowing means for air preheaters. 
2,091,622 ; Aug. 31. 

Arey, Ralph G., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Ammeter. 2,089,083 ; Aug. 3. 

Arey, Ralph G., Swampscott, and H. T. Faus, Lynn, Mass., 
assignors to General Electric Company. Synchronous 
motor. 2,101,665 ; Dec. 7. 

Arf, Herman R., Louisville, Ky., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Carrier Corporation, Newark, N. J. Sys- 
tem for air conditioning railroad cars. Re. 20,318 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Argabrite, George M., deceased, Chicago, M. M. Argabrite, 
executrix, assignor to W. H. Ai'gabrite, Desplaines, 111. 
Leather processing. 2,102,667 ; IDec. 21. 

Argabrite, Margaret M., executrix. (See Argabrite, 
George M.) 

Argabrite. Wesley H. (See Argabrite, George M., as- 
signor.) 

Argentographica (TJ. S. A.) Limited. (See de Sperati, M., 
and Filippi, assignors.) 

Arguimbau, Lawrence B., assignor to General Radio Com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. Modulation meter. 2,069,934 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Argus Manufacturing Company. (See Smith-Strange. 
Yngve, assignor.) 

Ariotti, Guido, Stamford, Conn., assignor to Atlas Powder 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Finis;hing surfaces in 
simulation of napped cloth. 2,009,470 ; Feb. 2. 

Arkell, P>artlett. (SeeDu Bois, Alfred, assignor.) 

Arkell, Bartlott. (See Jarrier, Renfi, assignor.) 

Arkell, Bartlett. (See Tooker, John N., assignor.) 

Arkell Safety Bag Company. (See Robinson, Francis T.. 
assignor.) 

Arletto, Inc. (See Thomson, Edwin R., assignor.) 

Arlington Mills. (See Arragg George M., assignor.) 

Arlington Mills. (See Hardhig, Frank E., assignor.) 

Arlt, Herbert G., assignor to Bell Telephone Ijaboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Wiring device 
2,060,511 ; .Ian. 5. 

Armanost, Wilbur H., New York, and J. IT. Sejigstaken, 
Plandome, assignors to The Superheater Company, New 
York. N. y. Economizer. 2,069,515; Fol). 2. 

Armbruster, laulwig. Beiliu-Zehlondorf, Germany. Skele- 
ton stnicture. 2,099,589: Nov. 3 6. 

Arnientrout, Arthur L., Bakersfiold, and E. P.. H.all, Los 
Angeles, assignor.s. by mesne assignments, to Securit.v 
Engineei'ing Co., Inc., Wliittier, Calif. Apparatus for 
sealing off the strata in a well bore. 2,092,041 ; Soj)!. 7. 

Arrnentrout, Arthur Ij., Bakersfiold. and E. B. ITall, T^os 
Angel(>s, assignors to Security Engineering Co., Inc., 
Whiltier, Calif. Well screen. 2,092,042; Sept. 7. 

Arnifelt, .To'/.efa O., Kulla, Odensviliolm, Sweden. Device 
for moistening envelopes and the like. 2,088.283; July 
27. 

Armington, Arthur P., Willoughby, assignor to The Euclid 
Road Machinery Company, Euclid, Ohio. Tractor hitch. 
2,073,017 ; Mar. 10. 

Arniistead, (jeorgc, .Tr., Port Arthnr, Tex., assignor to The 
Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Treatment of hydro- 
carbon oils. 2,070,,304; Apr. 6. 

Ariiii.slead, Gooi-ge, Jr., Sciir.s(liil(>, N. Y., assignor |o flnso- 
liiie ProdnclR (Company, Inc., Newark, N. J. Treatment 
of liydroearbon oil.s. 2,103,077; Dec. 28. 

Armltage, James A., Houston, Tex. I'ump. 2,078,435; 
Apr. 27. 

Aniiilage, Joseph B., Wauwatosn, assignor to K(>arney & 
Trecker Corporation, West Allia, Wis. Machine tool 
transmission and control. 2,081,288 ; May 25. 



Armltage, Joseph B., Wauwatosa, assignor to Kearney & 
Trecker Corporation, West Allis, Wis. Machine tool 
transmission and control. 2,085,888 ; July 6. 

Armour and Company. (See Conquest, Victor, assignor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Fenger, Frederic, assignor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Kistler, John C, assignor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Mertz, Edwin T., assignor.) 

Armour & Company. (See Ralston. Anderson W., as- 
signor.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., and Y. Con- 
quest, assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., and Chris- 
tensen, assignors.) 

Armour and Company. (See Ralston, A. W., Pool, and 
Harwood, assignors.) 

Armour, James W., and L. V. Andrews, assignors to Riley 
Stoker Corporation, Worcester, Mass. Regulating ap- 
paratus. 2,076,393 ; Apr. 6. 

Armstrong, Addison C. (See Sargent, A., and Arm- 
strong.) 

Armstrong-Blum Mfg. Co. (See Blum, George J., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong-Blum Mfg. Co. (See Davidson, Jack H., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Bros. Tool Co. (See Welter, Sebastian J., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong, Charles A., et al. (See Beil, F. F., and Green, 
assignors.) 

Armstrong, Charles A., et al. (See Madsen, Sern, as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong, Charles A., et al. (See Madsen, S., G. L. 
and E. J. Curtis, and Armstrong.) 

Armstrong, Charles C. (See Nelson, L. R., and Arm- 
strong.) 

Armstrong, Charles W., Newark, Ohio. Advertising ap- 
pliance. 2,093,505 ; Sept. 21. 

Armstrong Cork Company, et al. (See Cahoon, B. F., and 
Seaman, assignors.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Clark, Ralph R., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Emanuel, Edward C, 
assignor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Holt, Daniel S., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Lee, Louis R., assignor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See McCombs, Arnold R., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Pennell, P. H., and 
Draper, assignors.) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Rottmund, Fred G., as- 
signor. ) 

Armstrong Cork Company. (See Tucker, William B., as- 
signor. ) 

Armstrong, Corliss, et al. (See Brown, Walter R., as- 
signor.) 

Armstrong, Edward H., New York, N. Y. Phase control 
system. 2,085,940; July 6. 

Armstrong, Edward R., Atlantic City, N. J. Glare inter- 
ceptor. 2,074,247 ; Mar. 16. 

Armstrong, Edward R., Hollyoak, Del. Sea bottom anchor 
system and placing the same. 2,100,231 ; Nov. 23. 

Armstrong, Edwin H., New York, N. Y. Radio signaling 
system. 2,082.935 ; June 8. 

Armstrong, Edwin H., New York. N. Y. Radio transmit- 
ting system. 2,098,698 ; Nov. 9. 

Armstrong, Frank H., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Safety Mining Company, Chicago, 111. Material- 
breaking apparatus. 2,083,548 ; June 15. 

Armstrong, Frank H., assignor to Safety Mining Company, 
Chicago, 111. Material breaking device. 2,083,975 ; 
June 15. 

Armstrong, Frank H., Chicago, 111., assignor to Safety 
Mining Company. Material breaking device. 2,083,976 ; 
June 15. 

Armstrong, Frank H., Michigan City, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Safety Mining Company, Chicago, 
111. Blasting cartridge. 2,083,977 ; .Tune 15. 

Armsti'ong, Frank TI., Michigan City, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Safety Mining Company, Cliicago, 
111. Blasting cartridge. 2,083,978 ; Juno 15. 

Armstrong, Ji'rank II., Michigan City, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne as.signmonts, to Saf(!tv Mining (\>mpMnv, Chicago, 
111. Blasting cartridge. 2,083,979; June 15. 

Armstrong, Frank JI., Michigan City, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Safety Mining (lonii)any, Chicago, 
111. Blasting cartridge. 2,08;!,9S0 ; June 15. 

Armstrong, I''ranlc II., Michigan (Mty, Tnd., assignor, by 
inosno MSslgnnK'nts, to Safety Mining Company, Chicago, 
III. IMaterlal breaking appa'ratua. 2,083.981 ; June 15. 

Arnistrong, Ii'ranl; II., assignor to Safety Mining (\)mpany, 
Chicago, 111. Method and ani)aratus for charging blast- 
ing carlridges. 2,098 529; Nov. 9. 

Armstrong, li'ullerton (!. G., Bi"verl(\v. and IT. Clayton- 
Wright, Stratfordon-Avon, England, said Clayton- 
Wriglit assignor to said Armstrong. Winilslilelil wiper 
inolor. 2.098,930 ; Nov. 1(1. 

.ArniKlrong, (!uv E., Hallow. I'higland. Container for vis- 
cons siihstniices. 2.0!10.0IS: Aug. 17. 

Armstrong, Henry, nsslgnor to Vlbra-Tilte LImltiMl, Mon- 
treal, (Juebec, Canada. IMsplay apparatus. 2,078,115; 
Apr. 20. 

Aiinslrong. Ilenry W., Short Beach, Conn., nislsnor to 
.loHcpli Schneld(>r, IncorporuU'd, New York, N. V. 
Game. 2,0S;i,5l() ; June 15, 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Pa. 



Ventilator. 



Armstrong, Howard, Philadelphia, 
2,079,590; May 11. 

Armstronc, James B. (See Greenslade, G. R., and Arm- 
strong.) 

Armstrong, Percy A. E., Westport, Conn. Making com- 
posite metal articles. 2,074,352 ; Mar. 23. 

Armstrong, Reginald B., London, England, assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Automatic volume con- 
trol circuit. 2,069.809 : Feb. 9. 

Armstrong, Robert, Ridgefield, N. J. Gripping device for 
tubes of heat-exchange apparatus. 2,097,683 ; Nov. 2. 

Armstrong Rubber Company, The. (See Walsh, James A., 
assignor.) 

Armstrong Siddeley Motors Limited. (See Clark, Thomas, 
assignor.) 

Armstrong Siddeley Motors Limited. (See Cutler, Gerard 
M., assignor.) 

Armstrong Siddeley Motors Limited. (See Oliver, Chris- 
topher S., assignor.) 

Armstrong Siddeley Motors Limited. (See Viale, S. M., 
and Wylie, assignors. ) 

Armstrong. Thomas N., Jr., and F. B. Anderson. Ports- 
mouth, Va. aiaking allov steels. 2,082,783 ; June 8. 

Armstrong, Victor C, Short Hills, N. J., assignor, bv 
mesne assignments, to Poor & Company. Rail support- 
ing and retaining means. 2,101,038 ; Dec. 7. 

Armstrong. Walter J., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The 
Jeffrey JIanufacturing Company. Power transmission 
means. 2,080,659 : July 13. 

Arndt, Edwin J., Irvington, N. J. Aircraft engine heater. 
2,078,116 ; Apr. 20. 

Arndt, Franklin E., Galion, Ohio, assignor to The Gallon 
Iron Works and Manufacturing Company. Road 
grader. 2,090,776 ; Aug. 24. 

Arndt, Kurt, Detroit, Mich. Package and package 
handling means for airplanes. 2,102,604 ; Dec. 21. 

Arndt. Jlax A., assignor of one-half to A. M. ;McIntosh, 
Portland, Oreg. Mixing machine. 2,079,272 ; May 4. 

Arndt, Paul, Los Angeles, Calif. Adhesive applying de- 
vice. 2,101,404; Dec. 7. 

Arndt, W'. F., et al. (See Spelts, George A., assignor.) 

Arndt, William E., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Im- 
perial Brass Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. 
Flaring tool. 2,090,660 ; Auc. 24. 

Arndt, William F., and J. II. Ganzer, assignors to The 
Coolerator Company, Duluth, Minn. Ice pick. 
2,070,773 ; Feb. 16. 

Arnegger, Alfred. Remscheid-Lennep, Germany. Tooth 
brush. 2,097,010; Oct. 26. 

Arner, William J., and R. W. Wampler. assignors to 
Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company. Toledo, Ohio. 
Laminated safety glass. 2.071,377 : Feb. 23. 

Arneson, Lawrence, Morris. 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to president and directors of the Manhattan Com- 
pany, trustees for Gibson Patent (Containers Limited. 
Collapsible contained and erecting same. 2,089,084 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Arness, William B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Rustless Iron and Steel Corporation, Baltimore, Md. 
Production of rustless iron. 2,069,203 ; Feb. 2. 

Arness. William B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Rustless Iron and Steel Corporation, Baltimore, Md. 
Production of rustless iron. 2,069,204 ; Feb. 2. 

Arness. William B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Rustless Iron and Steel Corporation, Baltimore, Md. 
Producing iron chromium .alloys of appreciable nitrogen 
content. 2,069,205 ; Feb. 2. 

Arni, Hans. (See Gretener. E., and Arni.) 

Ami, Hans. (See Rantsch, K., and Arni.) 

Arnn. Albert, Norwood, N. J. Concrete building con- 
struction. 2,071,378 ; Fob. 23. 

Arnold, Albert W., Miami, Fla. Grease gun. 2,097,612 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Arnold. Carl. Nuremberg, Germanv. Tov vehicle with 
spark producing device. 2,076,760; Apr. 13. 

Arnold, Charles B., assignor to Sevmour & Peck Co , 
Chicago, HI. Container. 2,084,179 ; June 15. 

Arnold, Charles B., assignor to Seymour-Peck Co., Chicago, 
111. Barrel. 2,084,882 ; June 22. 

Arnold. Clarence F., Drexel Hill, Pa. Fringed rug. 
2,102,934 ; Dec. 21. ^ 

Arnold, Craig R.. Dahlonega, Ga. Recovering metals from 
ores. etc. 2.067,006 ; Jan. 5. 

Arnold, Edwin E. (See Burr, G. A., and Arnold.) 

Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company. East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Cable suspension. 2,081,974 ; June 1. 

Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Liquid fuel burner. 2,099.092; Nov. 16. 

Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & ?Ianufacturing Company, E;ist Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Making electric heater elements. 2,102.301 ; Dec. 
14. 

Arnold. Edwin E., Pittsburgh, assignor to Woslinghouso 
Electric & .Manufacturing Company. East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Resistor element. 2,102.302 ; Doc. 14. 

Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, and G. A. Burr, Wilklns- 
burg, assignors to W'estinghouse Electric & Manufactur- 
ing Company, East Pittsburch. Pa. Insulating bushing 
for electrical apparatus. 2,088,502 ; July 27. 

Arnold, Georgietta, Martinez, Calif. Glove. 2,083,935 ; 
June 15. 



Arnold, Gerald D., Wauwatosa, Wis. Dehydrating appa- 
ratus. 2,076,873 ; Apr. 13. 

Arnold, Gustav, Wadenswil, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to E. von Orelli, Zurich, Switzerland. Produc- 
ing a concentrate of chrome ores. 2,082.817 ; June 8. 

Arnold, Harold D., Maplewood, by L. B. Arnold, adminis- 
tratrix, Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Telephone Labo- 
ratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Sound record- 
ing and reproducing system. 2,069,810 ; Feb. 9. 

Arnold, Harold G., Wooster, Ohio. Tooth brush mas- 
sager. 2,079,728 ; May 11. 

Arnold, Herrick R.. Elmhurst, assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Companv, Wilmington, Del. Synthesis 
of higher amines. 2,078,922 ; May 4. 

Arnold. Herrick R., Elmhurst, and E. T. Lessig, assignors 
to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Companv, Wilmington, 
Del. Synthesis of alkyl halides. 2,097,750 ; Nov. 2. 

Arnold, Howard P., Rockland, Mass. Feed wheel. 
2,074,199 ; Mar. 16. 

Arnold, James C, assignor to Lane-Wells Company, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Commutator brush. 2,102,347 ; Dec. 14. 

Arnold, Leila B., administratrix. (See Arnold, Harold D.) 

.\rnold, Luther B., Jr. (See Lenher, S., and Arnold.) 

Arnold, Matthew H., Los Angeles, Calif. Rock bit. 
2,085,941 ; July 6. 

Arnold, Norman P., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Companv, W'ilmington, Del. 
Bleaching fur. 2,092,746 ; Sept. 14. 

Arnold, Pearl C, West Hanover, assignor to Barbour 
Welting Company, Brockton, Mass. Welt. 2,068,364 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Arnold, Philip S., Flint, Mich. Oil burner control. 
2,076,395 ; Apr. 6. 

Arnold, Philip S., Flint, Mich. Automatic oil burner con- 
trol. 2,078,305 ; Apr. 27. 

Arnold Print Works. (See de Goencz, D., and Tarnuzzer, 
assignors.) 

Arnold, Robert B., Stonewall Courts, Va., assignor to 
Tobacco By-Products and Chemical Corporation, Louis- 
ville, Ky. Utilizing waste vegetable material. 
2,080,454 ; May 18. 

Arnold, Russell B. (See Caley, Glenn H., assignor.) 

Arnold, Samuel P., Dayton, Ohio. Automobile heater. 
2,076,287 ; Apr. 6. 

Arnold, William O., Sheboygan, Wis. Machine for polish- 
ing, sanding, and the like. 2,067,624 ; Jan. 12. 

Arnsparger. Otha D., Youngstown, Ohio. Truss. 
2,078,523 ; Apr. 27. 

Aro Equipment Corporation, The. (See Eastman, Ivan L., 
assignor.) 

-iro Equipment Corporation, The. (See Ginter, Charles 
W., assignor.) 

Aro Equipment Corporation, The. (See Ginter, C. W., 
and Carter, assignors.) 

Arone, George, Washington, D. C. Catamenial pad. 
2.092.346 : Sept. 7. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J., assignor to Art Metal 
Works, Inc. Lamp shade. 2,073,135 ; Mar. 9. 

Aronson, Louis V., assignor to Art Metal Works, Inc., 
Newark, N. J. Atomizer. 2,079,587 ; May 11. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark, N. J., assignor to Art Metal 
Works, Inc. Toy machine gun. 2.085.560 ; June 29. 

Aronson, Louis V., Newark. N. J., assignor to Art Metal 
Works, Inc. Flame producing mechanism. 2,101,125 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Aronson, Peter R., Slillburn, X. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Union Carbide and Carbon (Corporation. 
Inlet nipple screen adapter. 2,068.837 ; Jan. 26. 

Arp, Ewald A., Minneapolis, Jlinn. Refrigerating method 
and apparatus. 2,077,820 ; Apr. 20. 

Arp. Leonard D., Sherburne, and W. H. Fischer. Pipestone, 
Jlinn. Envelope construction. 2,097,505 ; Nov. 2. 

Arpels, Salomon (dit Charles), assignor to Societe Van 
Cleef & Arpels, Paris, France. Setting device for a 
precious stone or the like. 2.069,598 ; Feb. 2. 

Arpin, John B., Fort Lauderdale, assignor to Beach 
Erosion Control Company, Miami, Fla. "Artificial reef. 
2,069.715 ; Feb. 2. 

Arps, Edmund J., Chilton, Wis. Ladder. 2,075,494; 
Mar. 30. 

Arquint, Hans, Sursee, Switzerland. Safety gas-burner. 
2,100,681 : Nov. 30. 

Arragg, George M., assignor to Arlington Mills, Lawrence, 
Mass. Electromagnet. 2,088,565 : Auc. 3. 

Arras, George, Chicago, 111. Fixture support. 2,070,877 : 
Feb. 16. 

.\rrow-Hart & Hegeraan Electric Company, The. (See 
Guett. Monroe, assignor.) 

.Vrrow-IIart & Hogenian Electric Company, The. (See 
Ilawkinson. Jolin L., assignor.) 

Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The. (See 
Nero, Arvid H., assignor.) 

Arrow Safety Device Company. (See Haines, John R., 

assignor.) 
Arst, Jlorris, Chicago, 111. Hooded garment. 2,102,251 ; 

Dec. 14. 
Art Metal Construction Company. (See Jones, James R., 

assignor.) 
Art Metal Works, Inc. (See Aronson, Louis V., assignor.) 
Arta Corporation of America. (See Rezos, Louis H., 

assignor.) 
.Vrtcraft Silk Hosiery Mills, Inc. (See Young, David H., 

assignor.") 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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I 



Arter Grinding Machine Company. (See Arter, Harry, 
assignor.) 

Arter, Harry, assignor to Arter Grinding Machine Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Automatic grinding machine. 
2,092,721 ; Sept. 7. 

Arterbury, Roy L., Houston, Tex. Well boring apparatus. 
2.091,023 ; Aug. 24. 

Arthur, Grace Ii., et al. (See Sprague, Edward, Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Arthur, James H., Providence, and F. E. Chace, Pawtuclret, 
K. I., assignors to Rau Fastener Company. Mailing 
attaching members. 2,083,589 ; June 15. 

Arthur, James L. (See Fitzsimmons, J. T., and Arthur.) 

Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Centrifugal con- 
trol for timers. 2,079,145 ; May 4. 

Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Blich. Ignition control 
device. 2,086,693 ; July 13. 

Arthur, James L., Anderson, Ind., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Ignition apparatus. 2,087,339 ; July 20. 

Arthur, James L., and W. D. Schrope, Anderson, Ind., as- 
signors to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 
Distributor cap. 2,097,426 ; Nov. 2. 

Artistic Foundations, Inc., et al. (See Butow, Abe M., 
assignor.) 

Artistic Lamp Manufacturing Company. (See Schwartz, 
Frederick, assignor.) 

Artzt, Walter, Philadelphia, Pa. Denture. 2,070,771 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Arutunoff, Armais. (See Brown, C. C, Van Wert, and 
ArutunofC.) 

Arveson, Maurice H., Highland, Ind., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company (Indiana), Chicago, 111. Utilization of 
molten material as heat transferring medium. 
2,074,529 ; Mar. 23. 

Arveson, Maurice H., Hammond, Ind., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Solvent fractionation of 
hydrocarbon oils. 2,092,199 ; Sept. 7. 

Arveson, Maurice H., Highland, Ind., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Treatment of hydrocarbon 
oil. 2,099,919 ; Nov. 23. 

Arvln, James A. (See Lawson, W. E., and Arvln.) 

Arvin, James A., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Treatment of paper. 
2,075,333; Mar. 30. 

Arvintz, Abraham A., assignor to Seal-0-Strain Corpora- 
tion, Brooklyn, N. Y. Combined plug and valve device. 
2,088,226 ; July 27. 

Arvintz, Abraham A., assignor to Seal-O-Strain Corpora- 
tion, Brooklyn, N. Y. Filling cap and strainer device. 
2,093,398 : Sent. 21. 

Arzt, Emil F., Central Falls, R. I. Weft detector mecha- 
nism. 2,077,385 ; Apr. 20. 

Asahi Denka Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha. (See Suzuki, 
Masutaro, assignor.) 

Asahi Garasu Kabushiki Kaisha. (See Hara, R., and Abe, 
assignors.) 

Asam, Frank H., assignor to F. O. Gaukler, Detroit, Mich. 
Automotive differential gearing. 2,070,569 ; Feb. 16. 

Asao, Soichiro, and M. Nagashima, Tokyo, Japan, assignors 
to General Electric Company. Photoelectric tube. 
2.079,477 : May 4. 

Asbridge, Harry H., Ashton-on-Mersey, assignor to The 
Churchill Machine Tool Company Limited, Broadheath, 
near Altrincham, England. Precision grinding machine. 
2,101,383; Dec. 7. 

Asbury, Stanley, St. Paul, Minn. Aircraft wing struc- 
ture. 2,076,059 ; Apr. 6. 

Asch, Abraham B. (See Laughlin, W. C, and Asch.) 

Asch, Abraham B., Jersey City, N. J. Bowl centrifuge. 
2,083,809 ; June 15. 

Asch, Werner. (See Hess, F., Ha cor, and Asch.) 

Aschenbach, Emerson, (See WlUach, B., Aschenbach, 
Gruver, and Klein.) 

Aschheim, Irving A. (See Ish-Shaloni, S., Aschhelm, and 
Bloom.) 

Ascough, William S. (See Drew, H., Kennington, Con- 
stantino, and Ascough.) 

AsoUino, Fred E., Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Charge forming device. 2,068,838 ; Jan. 26. 

Ascltlne, Fred E., Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Charge forming device. 2.074,353 ; Mar. 23. 

Ash, Charles S., Birmingham, Mich. Touring car. 
2,074,354 ; Mar. 23. 

Ash, Charles S., Birmingham, assignor, by mesne nssipn- 
ments, to The Kolsoy-llayes Wheel Company, Detroit, 
Mich. Volilcle wheel. 2,098,851 ; Nov. 9. 

Ash, Charles S., and P. Bcrghind, a.ssiKnors to California 
Packing Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Treating 
fish, 2.088,831 ; y\\iK. 3. • 

Ash, Richard V., Alton, 111. Turntable for automobiles. 
2,080,596 -May 18. 

Ash, Rubin P., and J. E. Pattv, Carthage, Tex. SUtchlng 
machine. 2,088,563; Aug. 3. 

Aslibniigli, John II., Springfiold, M:isw., assignor to M'cst- 
inglioiiHO lOlcclrlc & Manul'acliirlng Coiiipiiny, lOast 
I'lttHburgli, I'a. Shlpi)lng refrigerating apparatus. 
2,070,238 ; May 4. 



Ashbaugh, John H., Springfield. Mass., assignor to West- 

inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigeration apparatus. 2,103,682 ; 

Dec. 28. 
Ashby, William R. C, Ightham, England. Preparation, 

cooking, and canning, of chickens and other birds and 

animal flesh. 2,084,721 ; June 22. 
Ashe, Marselius T., Garden City, N. Y. Closure device. 

2,080,685 ; May 18. 
Ashe, Marselius T., Garden City, assignor to B. Collier, 

New York, N. Y, Illusory display device. 2,072,018 ; 

Ashe, William O. (See Michael, L. P., and Ashe.) 

Asher, Harold. (See Agerell, W. C, and Asher.) 

Ashford, John. (See Leonard, Carl H., assignor.) 

Ashjian, A. Ted, et al. (See Wohlfarth, Walter W., as- 
signor.) 

Ashkenas, David, Middletown, N. Y. Base for lifting 
jacks. 2.078.989 : May 4. 

Ashley, Arthur W., Houston, Tex. Bolted joint. 2,097,713 : 
Nov. 2. 

Ashley, Carlyle M., South Orange, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Carrier Corporation, Newark, N. J. Air 
conditioning system for vehicles employing steam 
ejectors. 2,081,905 ; June 1. 

Ashley, Frank M., Great Kills, N. Y. Counting register. 
2,081,693 ; May 25. eg. 

Ashley, Frank M., Great Kills, N. Y. Voting machine. 
2.090,094 ; Aug. 17. 

Ashley, Frank M., Great Kills, assignor to Lewis Gomp- 
ers, as trustee, New York, N. Y. Inkstand. 2,087,791 ; 
July 20. 

Ashley, Frank M., Great Kills, assignor to Lewis Gompers, 

trustee, New York, N. Y. Fountain pen. 2,088,938; 

Aug. 3. 
Ashley, Frank M., Great Kills, assignor to Lewis Gompers, 

trustee. New York, N. Y. Inkstand. 2,088,939 ; Aug. 3. 
Ashley, Frank M.. Brooklyn. N. Y. Making alcoholic 

liquors. 2.088.360 ; July 27. 
Ashley, Kenneth D. (See Romieux, C. J., and Ashley.) 
A,shley, Merwln F. (See Cadwell, Edwin B., assignor.) 
Ashley, Raymond E., Waban, Mass. Ski mat. 2,071,222 : 

Feb. 16. 
Ashlock, George W., and E. S. Minard, Oakland, Calif., 

assignors to W. King, San Francisco, Calif. Can filling 

machine. 2,086,890 ; July 13. 
Ashtabula Corrugated Box Company, The. (See Sherman, 

Elroy P., assignor.) 
Ashton, Benjamin N.. Bloomfield, assignor to Eclipse 

Aviation Corporation, East Orange, N. J. Distributor 

valve. 2,100,154 ; Nov. 23. 
Ashton, Charles J., Highland Park, Mich. Push rod assem- 
bly. 2,067,114 ; Jan. 5. 
Ashton. Douglas W. (See Ashton, Ernest W. and D. W., 

and Ker.) 

Ashton, Ernest W., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Meat 
marker. 2,092,710 ; Sept. 7. 

Ashton, Ernest W., Ottawa, assignor to Ketchum Manufac- 
turing Company, Limited, Westboro, Ontario, Canada. 
Lobster muzzle. 2,092,711 ; Sept. 7. 

Ashton, Ernest W. and D. W., and J. O. Ker, Ottawa, 
Ontario, assignors to Ketchum Manufacturing Company, 
Limited, Westboro, Ontario, Canada. Marking tag for 
animals. 2,086,518 ; July 13. 

Ashton, Philip E. (See Cuno, C. H., and Ashton.) 

Ashton, Philip E., assignor to The Cuno Engineering Cor- 
poration, Meriden, Conn. Electric heater. 2,084,966 : 
June 22. 

Ashton, Philip E., C. B. Perkins, and C. A. Lind, as- 
signors to The Cuno Engineering Corporation, Meriden, 
Conn. Filter apparatus. 2,078,524 ; Apr. 27. 

Ashton, Ralph. (See Riley, R. H. J., Ashton, and 
Livesey.) 

A.^ihton, Ralph W. (See Cave, Daniel B., assignor.) 

Ashton, Ward, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, assignor to H. 
G. Ketchum, Luzerne, N. Y. Tagging animals and par- 
ticularly poultry. 2,078,827 ; Apr. 27. 

Ashton, William II. (See Chambers, Leslie A., assignor.) 

Ashworth, Fred. Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Method of 
and moans for use in manufacturing footwear. 
2,086,526 : July 13. 

Ashworth, Thomas, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Tire flap. 
2,087,228 ; July 20. 

Asiro, Horace W., Detroit. IMich.. assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Dayton. Ohio. Refrigerating ap- 
paratus. 2,090,247; Aug. 17. 

Askanla-Werkc A. O. vornials Ccntral-Werkstatt Des.inu 
und Carl Bamberg-Frledenau. (See Heck, Frlodrlch, 
assignor.) 

Askanla-Worko A. G., vormals Centralworkatatl-De.ssan 
und Carl lianiberg-Frledenau. (See Odnthor, Wolfgang, 
as.slgnor. ) 

Askanla-Werke AktIongeRollKchaft vormals Contralwerk- 
statt Dessau und Carl Bamber Frleilonuu. (See Inihof, 
Hermann, assignor.) 

Askanla-W('rUi> A. (J, vormals Central Workstnit Dessau 
und Carl Baniborg-Frlodennu. (See Mdller, WaUloinar, 
nsHlgnor, ) 

.\HUaiila-\Verke A. G, vormals Ocnfrnl Work.statt Dessau 
und Carl liamborKFrlcdonau. (See Klu'lnlaniler, I'nul, 

M.SHlgllOr.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Central Werkstatt Dessau 
und Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Wiinsch, Guido, 
assignor.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Central Werkstatt Dessau 
und Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Ziebolz, H., and 
Wiinsch, assignors.) 

Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Centralwerkstatt-dessau und 
Carl Bamberg. (See Zimmermann, August, assignor. I 

Askania-Werke Aktiengesellschaft. (See Roux, E., and 
Imhof, assignors.) 

Asklund, Hjalmar, Uddevalla, Sweden. Revolving con- 
necter. 2,069,126 ; Jan. 26. 

Askue, Russell P., Larchmont, N. Y. Paring knife. 
2,073,618 ; Mar. 16. 

Asmussen, Heinrich, Berlin-Steglitz, Germany, assignor to 
General Electric C;ompany. Electric lamp. 2,077,199 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Aspenleiter, Joseph W., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Opti- 
cal Companv, Rochester, N. Y. Ophthmalic mounting. 

2.103.421 ; Doc. 28. 

Asphalt Process Corporation. (See Chaffee, Stewart W., 

assignor.) 
Asprooth, Axel H. (See Anglada, J. A., Asprooth, and 

Christensen.) 
Assalit, Louis, Marseilles, France. Flexible seat support. 

2.101.422 ; Dec. 7. 

Assel, Walter J., assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 

Company, Canton, Ohio. Cross-roll mill. 2,101,357 ; 

Dec. 7. 
Associated Attleboro Manufacturers, Inc. (See Stenberg, 

Knut E. B., assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Bellamy, J. I., 

and Richardson, assignors.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Campbell, 

R. D., and Huebert, assignors.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Cox, Irvin W., 

assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Crocker, 

Thomas F., assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See de Berard, 

L. A., and Martin, assignors.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Grandstaff, 

Otho D., as.signor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Griffins, 

Jlorris E., assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Harris, 

Lionel H., assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Ide, Harry 

H., assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See James, Vir- 
gil E., assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Kessler, 

Frank, assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Lomax, Clar- 
ence E., assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Mahoney, 

Harry P., assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Nelson, M. L., 

and Johnston, assignors.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Nelson, M. L., 

iiohiiison, and Bellamy, assignors.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Nelson, Mar- 
tin L., assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Obergfell, 

Herbert F., assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Ostline, John 

E., assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Peterson, 

Seth, assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Petersen, 

W. H., and Wyant, assignors.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Pye, Harold 

C, assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Richardson, 

Rodney G.. assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Robinson, 

Harold C, assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Robinson, H. 

C, and Bellamy, assignors.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Saunders, 

Norman H., assignor.) 
Associated Electric Labor.Ttorios, Inc. (See Saunders, 

N. H., and Bakker, assignors.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Scngebuscli, 

Hans, assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Sigo, Arthur 

T., assignor ) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Voss, John H., 

assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Voss, J. H., 

and Crocker, assignors.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See White, 

Thomas XI.. assignor.) 
Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Woodruff, 

A. E., and Sengebusch, assignors.) 
Associated Electrical Industries Limited. (See Robinson, 

Ernest Y., assignor.) 
Associated Oil Company. (See Lazar, A., and Crenna, as- 
signors.) 
Associated Press. The. (See Biele. Harry M., assignor.) 
Associated Spring Corporation of Delaware. (See Cook, 

Raymond W., assignor.) 
Associated Telephone and Telegraph Company. (See 

Harrison, Harry H., assignor.) 



(See Pearce, 
(See 
(See 
(See 



Associated Telephone & Telegraph Company. 
O. A., and Richards, assignors.) 

Associated Telephone and Telegraph Company. 
Roseby, Philip N., assignor.) 

Associated Telephone and Telegraph Company. 
Saxby, Robert N., assignor.) 

Associated Telephone and Telegraph Company. 
Taylor, R., and Baker, assignors.) 

Associated Telephone Utilities Company. (See Collins, 
R. D., and Crane, assignors.) 

Associated Telephone Utilities Company. (See Collins, 
R. D., Reid. and Bourne, assignors.) 

Association of American Soap & Glycerine Producers, 
Inc. (See Hoover, Kenneth H., assignor.) 

Astatiev, Michael, Clielsea, London. Englanil. Hydraulic 
transmission of power. 2,084,312 ; June 22. 

Aster, Saul, New York, N. Y. Pattern grading. 
2,091,262 ; Aug. 31. 

Atchison. Leonard W., Schenectady. N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Freezing tray. 2,077,200 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Atchison, Leonard W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Refrigerating apparatus. 
2,084,883 ; June 22. 

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company, The. 
(See Zeeman, Martin J., assignor.) 

Atchisson, Charles H., St. Louis. Mo., assignor to Electri- 
cal Research Products, Inc., New York, N. Y. Coupling 
means for piezoelectric crystal elements. 2,083,420 ; 
June 8. 

Ateliers de Constructions Electriques de Delle. (See 
Brefson, Charles, assignor.) 

Ateliers de Constructions Electriques de Delle. (See 
Clerc, Andr^, assignor.) 

Ateliers de Constructions Electriques de Delle. (See 
Saudicoeur, Louis J., assignor.) 

Ateliers et Chantiers de la Manche. (See Berry, Fran- 
cois J., assignor.) 

Ateliers H. Cuenod S. A. (See Juillard, Ernest as- 
signor.) 

Ateliers Neyret-Beylier & Piccard-Pictet. (See Danel, 
Pierre P., assignor.) 

Ateliers Saint-Eloi. (See van Hille, P., and Taine, as- 
signor.) 

Aten, Marion H.. Bnrlingame, Calif. Door lock. 
2,075,495 ; Mar. 30. 

Athens BricI: & Tile Company. (See Slaughter, G. M., 
and Black, assignors.) 

Atherton, Alfred L., Verona, and H. A. Rose, Pittsburgh, 
assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Excitation system for 
mercury arc rectifiers. 2,()75,011 ; Mar. 30. 

Athey Truss Wheel Company. (See Kuchar, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 

Athletic Shoe Company, The. 
signor. ) 

Atkins, E. C, and Company. 
L., assignor.) 

Atkins, K. C, and Company, 
assignor.) 

Atkins, Edgar H., Richmond, 
thaler Linotype Company, 
and casting machine. 2,088,989; Aug. 3. 

Atkins, Edwjird G., assignor to E G A Carburetor Co., 
Jackson, Mich. Carburetor. 2,099,553 ; Nov. 16. 

Atkins, George E., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Ventilator. 2,086,112 ; July 6. 

Atlrins, Harry C, Denver, Colo. Ventilated berry crate. 
2,069,747 ; Feb. 9. 

Atkins. Malcolm W.. Worcester, Mass. Dental compound. 
2.089,845 ; Aug. 10. 

Atkins. Vaol E., Akron, assignor to The Paine & Williams 
Companv. Cleveland. Ohio. Floor covering and making 
same. 2,nno..'i09 : Aug. 17. 

Atkinson, George H., Mason City, Wash. Marine struc- 
ture. 2,073,545 ; Mar. 9. 

Atkinson, Guy, et al. (See Taylor, Wesley, assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Renter, R., and 
Gaus, assignors.) 

Atkin. Kenneth C., assignor to The American Floor Sur- 
facing Jlachino Company. Toledo. Ohio. Drive ring for 
floor maintenance machine brushes. 2,103,311 ; Dec. 
28. 

-Vtkinson. Ralph H., London, England, assignor to The 
International Nickel Company. Inc., New York. N. Y. 
Stripping or transferring platinum metals. 2.093,406 ; 
Sept 21. 

Atkinson, Ralph L., Dorchester, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to United-Carr Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, 
Jlass. Finishing buttons and the like. 2.077.302 : 
Apr. 13. 

Atkinson. Ralph L., Boston, Mass. Process and apparatus 
for making sausage casings and the like. 2,097,684 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Atkinson, Ralph W., Perth Amboy, N. J,, assignor to Gen- 
eral Cable Corporation, New York, N. Y. High voltage 
bushing. 2,008,624 ; Jan. 19. 

Atkinson, Ralph W., Perth Amboy, N. J., and D. M. 
Simons, Osborne, Pa., assignors to General Cable Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Oil filled cable. 2,071,102 ; 
Feb. 16. 



(See Shapiro, Isadore, as- 

(See Fitzsimmons, Robert 

(See Hoppe, Arnold F., 

Va., assignor to Mergen- 
Typographical composing 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



31 



Atkinson, William H., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to 
Tlie Magnavox Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. Illuminated 
dial indicating device. 2,085,887 ; July 6. 

Atlantic Precision Instrument Company. (See Howe, 
Wilfred H., assignor.) 

Atlantic Products Corporation. (See Cart, Theodore b., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Alexander, Joseph 
A., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Birch, Arthur E., 
aS&tgnor. ) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Birkhimer, Ed- 
win R., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Buchholz, RenS F., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Ehlers, Carl H., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Ferkel, Albert J., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Ferris, Seymour 
W., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Ferris, S. W., 
Houghton, and Cowles, assignors.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Goldsmith, Lester 
M., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Hassler, A. B., 
and Field, assignors.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Houghton, Willard 
F., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. ( See Laskaris, Lycurgus, 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Myers, William A., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Peterkin, Albert 
G., Jr., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Ritter, George W., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Roberts, Oscar Li., 
assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Van Dyke, John 
W., assignor.) 

Atlantic Refining Company, The. (See Weir, H. M., and 
Chlllas, assignors.) 

Atlas Ago Chemische Fabrik, Aktien-Gesellschaft. (See 
Closmann, Adolf, assignor.) 

Atlas Agoe, Chemische Fabrik A. G. (See Teubner, Kurt, 
assignor.) 

Atlas Bolt & Screw Co., The. (See Schellentrager, Eugene 
W., assignor.) 

Atlas Imperial Diesel Engine Company. (See Seagren, 
John, assignor.) 

Atlas Mineral Products Company, The. (See Payne, 
Claron R., assignor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Ariotti, Guido, assignor,) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Basliford, Raymond I., as- 
signor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Bucy, Edmond H., assignor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Bucy, E. H., and Wat- 
kins, assignors.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See McFarland, David M., 
assignor.) 

Atlas Powder Company. (See Power, J. T., and Brown, 
assignors.) 

Atlas Supply Company. (See Heyer, Benjamin F. W., 
assignor.) 

Atlas Werke Aktiengesellschaft. (See Kunze, Willy, as- 
signor.) 

Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Kniskern, W. H., 
and Lawrence, assignors.) 

Atmospheric Nitrogen Corporation. (See Porter, Frank, 
assignor. ) 

Ar6stegui, Maria A.. Washington, D. C. Heating means 
for seats. 2,094,575 ; Oct. 5. 

Arta Corporation of America. (See Rezos, Louis H., as- 
signor.) 

Arveson, Maurice H., Highland, Ind., assignor to Standard 
on. Company, Chicago, 111. Greaser. 2,094,576 ; Oct. 5. 

Arvey Corporation. (See Evers, Arthur J., assignor.) 

Arvintz, Abraham A., assignor to Seal-0-Strain Corpora- 
tion, Brooklyn, N. Y. Filling cap and strainer device. 
2,090,444 ; Oct. 19. 

Aseltine, Fred E., C. H. Kindl, and W. G. Pontis, Dayton, 
Ohio, assignors, by mesne assignments, to General Mo- 
tors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Charge forming de- 
vice. 2,096,27.3 ; Oct. 19. 
Ashley, Ciirlyle !\I. (See Shnwhan, S. F., and Asliley.) 

Ashley, John W., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Macliinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heel- 
attaching machine. 2,095,687; Oct. 12. 

Askanla-Werko A. G. vormals Ccntrnl Werkstatt Dessau 
und C.'irl Bamberg-Friedenau. (See Wurr, Carl, as- 
signor.) 

Askin, Joseph. (See lionr, J. D., and Askin.) 
AssocialiMl Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Bellamy, 
John I., as.signor. ) 

Assoclalcd lOlcctric Laboratories, Inc. (See Bellamy, J. 
I., Nelson, and Obergfcll, assignors.) 

AfiBOclatcd Hloctric Laboratories, Inc. (See Goliorel, V. P., 
and liafon, asHlgnors. ) 

Associated Ii^lectrlc Laboratories, Inc. (See Miller, l\ferton 
R., assignor.) 

Associated Electric Lnbora lories. Inc. (See Nelson, M. L., 
and Johnston, assignors.) 



Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Obergfell, 
Herbert B\. assignor.) 

Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc. (See Peterson, 
Edward S., assignor.) 

Associated Patentees, Inc. (See Borton, Alwyn E., as- 
signor.) 

Aston, James, Pittsburgh, and E. B. Story, Dormont, as- 
signors to A. M. Byers Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Manufacture of wrought iron. 2,095,959; Oct. 19. 

Astorg, Paul, Berkeley, Calif. Safety headlight. 
2,096,777 ; Oct. 26. 

Athimon, Alfred, Paris, France. Automatic change-speed 
device. 2.097,011 ; Oct. 26. 

Athletic Shoe Company, The. (See Shapiro, Isadore, 
assignor.) 

Atkins, George T., Jr., Baytown, Tex., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Recovery of phenol 
from a constant boiling mixture of phenol and water. 
2,096,871 : Oct. 26. 

Atkinson, Ralph L., assignor to Transparent Package 
Company, Chicago, 111. Sausage and artificial casing 
therefor. 2,096,221 ; Oct. 19. 

Atlantic Refinin^g Company, The. (See MalisofE, W. M., 
and Boyd, assignors.) 

Atlantic Research Associates, Inc. (See Atwood, Francis 
C, assignor.) 

Atlas-Ago, Chemische Fabrik Aktiengesellschaft. (See 
Munch, Carl, assignor.) 

Atlas Scraper and Engineering Co. (See Stewart, James 
S., assignor.) 

Atteslander, Edouard, assignor to Sulzer Freres, Societe 
Anonyme, Winterthur, Switzerland. Locomotive con- 
trol. 2,073,774 ; Mar. 16. 

Atti, Raphael, Union City, and D. J. Hayes, Newark, N. J., 
assignors, l)y mesne assignments, to said D. J. Hayes. 
Automobile rocking device. 2,072,019 ; Feb. 23. 

Atti, Raphael, Union City, and D. J. Haj'es, Newark, 
N. J., assignors, by mesne assignments, to «aid D. J. 
Hayes. Automobile testing mechanism. 2,070,759 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Atti, Raphael, Union City, assignor to H. H. Timbers, 
Glen Ridge, N. J. Card shuffling and dealing device. 
2.099,187 ; Nov. 16. 

Atwater, Henry, Worcester, Mass. Stay tape for boxes. 
2,096,836; Oct. 26. 

Atwell, Clarence A., and F. B. Powers, Wilkinshurg, as- 
signors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Com- 
pany, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Perforated cover and baffle 
for railway motors. 2,092,043 ; Sept. 7. 

Atwell, George J. (See Paul, Leon R., assignor.) 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gaso- 
line Products Company (Inc.), Newark, N. J. Treat- 
ment of hydrocarbon oils. 2,067,869 ; Jan. 12. 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, assignor to Process 
Management Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Conver- 
sion of hydrocarbon oils. 2,069.191 ; Jan. 26. 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to 
Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Distribution of 
fuel gases. 2,081,130 ; May 25. 

Atwell, Harold V., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Gaso- 
line Products Companv, Inc., Newark, N. J. Treating 
hydrocarbon oil. 2,099,920 ; Nov. 23. 

Atwell, Harold V., Bayside, N. Y., assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Gas machine. 2,079,586 ; 
May 4. 

Atwell, Henry G., Lake Villa, 111. Ball catching and 
pitching machine. 2.082,818 ; June 8. 

Atwood, Francis C, Newton, Blass., assignor to Atlantic 
Research Associates, Inc., Portsmouth, N. H. Acous- 
tical composition. 2,097,054 ; Oct. 26. 

Atwood, George D., Brooklyn, N. Y. Spool. 2,081,418 ; 
May 25. 

Atwood, George W. (See Neunherz, H. W., and Atwood.) 

Atwood, Harry D., et al. (See Nelson, Lewis D., as- 
signor.) 

Atwood, Harry D., assignor of one-half to J. C. Trimby, 
Detroit, Mich. Copy printing mechanism. 2,078,224 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Atwood Machine Company, The. (See Eowe, I. R., and 
Bradley, assignors.) 

Atwood Vacuum Maeliine Company, The. (See Crabb, 
Donald E.. assignor.) 

Atz, Frederick W., Jr., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Tiink- 
Belt Company, Chicago, 111. Conveyer control system. 
2,097,009 ; Nov. 2. 

A>il),-iucr, Hans, Vienna. Austria, assignor to General 
Aniline Works, Inc., New York. N. Y. Dev(>loping fab- 
rics printed wilh vat d.veslulTs. 2,0S9,<)20 ; Aug. 10. 

Aubert, Fred B,, and J. RossettI, Chicago, 111., assignors 
to Super Sens! live Controls Corp. IMectronIo appa- 
ratus. 2,008.217; Nov. 9. 

Auburn Automobile ("oiui)any. (See Anderson, Roy F., 
assignor.) 

Auburn Automobile Company. (See Buelirig, Gordon M,, 
assignor.) 

Auclit(Ml(iul(-. j\l(-x.'inder J., Grosse Polnte, MIoli. Plastic 
composition and articles and making iho same. 
2.()SI,'_'72 : .luue 15. 

Audon, Harold A,, llanstrnd, IT. P. Rtnudlncer, Greiil 
Burgh, Ii'|)Mon, and I". lO.igK'slU'ld, ("iir.slmllon, lOuKlaiid, 
CclluloHe ester eomi)osltloi\s, piiilicularly for nioUIIni) 
purpo.ses. 2,067,310; Jiin. 12. 



32 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Audibert, Joseph. Villearbanne, France, assignor to Cine- 
color S. A., Geneva, Switzerland. Photographic ob- 
jective. 2,096,665 ; Oct. 19. 

Audubon Wiie Cloth Corporation. (See Guba, Raymond 
J., assignor.) 

Audubon Wire Cloth Corporation. (See Scherfel, Otto C, 
assienor. ) 

Auer, Edward S.. Chicago. 111. Device for marking X-raj 
negatives. 2,071,912 ; Feb. 23. 

Auer, Georce A. (See Tierkotter. Paul, assignor.) 

Auer, George A., Chicago, 111. Retaining device. 
2,067,039 ; Jan. 5. 

Auer, Las7.l6, Budapest, Hungary, assignor to R. Newman, 
Washington, D. C.. as trustee. Manufacture of vulcan- 
ized organic isocolloids. 2,083.550 ; June 15. 

Auer, l.iaszli), Budapest. Hungary, and P. Stamberger, 
London, England, assignors to J. R. Xewman, Wash- 
ington, D. C, trustee. Manufacture of sulphurized 
organic isocolloids. 2,083.549 ; June 15. 

Auerswald, Ralph R., San Diego, Calif. Butter-substitute 
mixing and molding device. 2,102,874 ; Dec. 21. 

Aufiero, Emanuel, assignor to E. A. Laboratories, Inc., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Signaling device. 2,008.256 : Jan. 19. 

Aufiero, Emanuel, assignor to E. A. Laboratories, Inc., 
Brooklyn, X. Y. Horn. 2,068.900 ; Jan. 26. 

Aufiero, John M., Manhasset. assignor to E. A. Labora- 
tories, Inc., Brooklyn, N. T. Heater. Re. 20,o31 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Aufiero, John M., assignor to E. A. Laboratories, Inc., 
Brooklyn, X. Y. Relay. 2,089,157: Aug. 3. 

Aufiero, John M., assignor to E. A. Laboratories. Inc., 
Brooklyn, X. Y. Signaling device. 2.094,422 ; Sept. 28. 

Auge, vineas. Union Township, Union County, N. J. 
Can opener. 2.089,822 ; Aug. 10. 

Auger, Joe, Elk Lake, Ontario, Canada. Faucet 
2,102,503 ; Dec. 14. 

Auger. William F., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Frost 
shield. 2,098,127 ; Nov. 2. 

Aughev. William H.. Arden. Del., L. A. Burrows, Wenonah, 
and'W. E. Lawson, Woodbury, X. J., assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Xemours & Company. Wilmington, Del. 
Electric blasting initiator. 2,086.527 ; July 13. 

Augier, Jean, Belfort. France, assignor to General Elec- 
tric Companv. Electric valve converting apparatus. 
2.089.872 : Aug. 10. ^ ^ 

Augustin, Johann G. F.. assignor to Terpackungsbedarf 
G. m. b. H., Krefeld, Germany. Filling machine. 
2.101,232 ; Dec. 7. 

Aulbach. Charles J. (See Kronquest, A. L., and Aulbach.) 

Aulbach', Charles J., and E. A. Herrig, Syracuse, assign- 
ors to Continental Can Company, Inc., Xew York, X. Y. 
Method of coating cans. 2,084,070 ; June 15. 

Aulsbrook, Harrv E., Detroit, Mich. Furniture. 
2.103.422 ; Dec. 28. 

Aument, H. Chester, Long Island City, X. Y. Container 
construction. 2,099,095 ; Xov. 16. 

Aurandt, Richard D., San Francisco. Calif. Sound re- 
producing system and apparatus. 2,071.310: Feb. 23. 

Aurien, Itay G., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Brake. 2,083,541 ; June 15. 

Aurien, Rav G., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago. 111. Clasp brake. 2.086.840 ; July 13. 

Aurien. Rav G., assignor to American Steel Foundries. Chi- 
cago. 111.' Brake arrangement. 2.093.793 ; Sept. 21. 

Aurora Corset Company. (See Mead, Larkin J., assignor.) 

Aurora Sign Companv. (See Gross, Joseph E.. assignor.) 

Aurvansen, Frederick, Forest Hills, N. Y. Wall or floor 
structure and beams therefor. 2,078,117 ; Apr. 20. 

Aurvnger, John J., Takoma Park, Md. Electrical con- 
denser. 2.076.874 : Apr. 13. 

Austenal Laboratories, Inc. (See Prange, Charles H., as- 
signor.) 

Austin. Arthur O., near Barberton. Ohio. Reaction clamp 
for conductors or the like. 2.086,150 ; July 6. 

Austin. Arthur O., near Barberton, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Ohio Brass Company, Mansfield, 
Ohio. Marker light. 2,095,306 : Oct. 12. 

Austin, Arthur O., X'ear Barberton. Ohio. Uniform arc, 
compensating chord conductor support witli resilient 
grip heads. 2,102.232 ; Dec. 14. 

Austin, Bascum O., Forest Hill.«!. and X. H. Willby, Irwin, 
assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Motor control system. 
2,078,216 ; Apr. 27. 

Austin, Bascum O., Pittsburgh, and X. H. Willby, Irwin, 
assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing 
Companv, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Motor control system. 
2.094,338: Sept. 28. 

Austin, Dwight E.. assignor, by mesne assignments., to 
Yellow Truck and Coach Manufacturing Company, Pon- 
tiac, Mich. Vehicle body. 2.093.859 ; Sept. 21. 

Austin. Dwight E.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Yellow Truck and Coach Manufacturing Company, Pon- 
tine. JfiHi. Vehicle window. 2.093.860 : Sept. 21. 

Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate Manu- 
facturing Company, Incorporated, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
Earth moving device. 2.090,826 : Aug. 24. 

Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate Manu- 
facturing Companv. Incorporated. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
Snow moving devico. 2.101.666: Dec. 7. 

Austin, Frank E., Hanover, X. H. Scenic insect cage. 
2,080,160: May 11. 

Austin. Frederick D., Port CHiestcr, X. Y. Safety device 
for heat transference apparatus. 2,078.990 ; May 4. 



(See Adelsperger, H. E., 
(See Gregory, Oscar T., 
(See Brown, Elvers H., 



Austin, Fuller A., Lincoln, Xebr. Sign. 2,085,246 ; 
June 29. 

Austin, Harold R., South Xorwalk, Conn., assignor to The 
M. W. Kellogs Co., Xew York, X. Y. Lining for ves- 
sels. 2,100.895 ; Xov. 30. 

Austin, John B.. assignor to Una Welding. Inc., East 
Cleveland, Ohio. Welding apparatus. 2,087,225 ; July 
13. 

Austin. John L.. Chattanooga, Tenn. Gauge for dental 
instruments. 2.092.689 ; Sept. 7. 

Austin, John T., assignor to The Austin Organ Company, 
Hartford, Conn. Swell expression engine. 2,072,844 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Austin Organ Company, The. (See Austin, John T., as- 
signor. ) 

Austin. Paul R., and P. L. Salzberg, assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de X'emours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Thiophthalide and making the same. 2,097,435 ; Xov. 2. 

Austin. William E., Xew York, X. Y. Antiseptic and 
germicidal composition. 2,087,588 ; July 20. 

Austral Sales Corporation. (See Myers, Winter W., as- 
signor.) 

Austral Submarine Inventions Limited. (See Clifford, 
Ernest R., assignor.) 

Austro-Da i m ler-Puchwerke A-G. (See Hacker, Oskar, as- 
signor.) 

Auten, James E., West Barrington, R. I., assignor to 
Universal Winding Companv, Boston, Mass. Winding 
machine. 2,091,902 : Aus. 31. 

Autenrieth, Gustave, Detroit, Mich. Gauge mounting. 
2,073,089 ; Mar. 9. 

Auto City Plating Company, 
and Cassin, assignors.) 

Auto Flagger Corporation, The. 
assignor.) 

Auto Hublight Company, The. 
assignor.) 

Auto-Ordnance Corporation. (See Xorman, George, as- 
signor. ) 

Auto Radiator Manufacturing Co. ( See Kirsch, Benjamin, 
assignor.) 

Auto Research Corporation. (See Bijur, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 

Auto Specialties Mfg. Co. (See Akins, Jack, assignor.) 

Auto Specialties Mfg. Co. (See Lucker, Millard B., as- 
signor.) 

Auto Union A.-G. (See Weber, Hermann, assignor.) 

Autocar Company, The. (See Bachman, Benjamin B., 
assignor.) 

Autogas Corporation. (See Furlong, Francis A., as- 
signor.) 

Autoglro Company of America. 
J., assignor.) 

Autogiro Company of America, 
assignor. ) 

Autogiro Company of America, 
assignor.) 

Autogiro Company of America. 
Larsen, assignors.) 

Autociro Company of America, 
assignor.) 

Autogiro Company of America, 
signor. ) 

Autographic Register Company. 
G., assignor.) 

Autographic Register Co. (See 
signor.) 

Autographic Register Company. (See Carroll, Hezekiah 
W.. Jr., assismor.) 

Autographic Register Company. (See Johnson, Arthur 
A., assignor.) 

Automatic Drive and Transmission Company. (See 
Haupt. William E., assignor.) 

Automatic Drive and Transmission Company. (See Lewis, 
Robert P., assignor.) 

Automatic Drive & Transmission Company. (See Pad- 
gett, Josenh E.. nssiirnor. ) 

Automatic Drive and Transmission Company. (See VaiL 
Henry H., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company Limited. (See Simpson, 
Lancelot M., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company, 
signor.) 

Automatic Electric Company 
Joshua H., assignor.) 

Automatic Electric Company Limited. 
Lancelot M., assignor.) 

Automatic Eraser Corporation, 
assignor.) 

Automatic Instrument Company, 
assignor.) 

Automatic Instrument Company. (See Green, CHifford 
H., assignor.) 

Automatic Musical Instrument Company. (See Andres, 
Lloyd J., assignor.l 

Automatic Musical Instrument Company. (See Green, 
Clifford H., assisnor.) 

Automatic Musical Instrument Company. (See Mc(5€ny, 
James J., assignor.) 

Automatic Musical Instrument Company. (See Olson, 
Phillip W.. assignor.) 

Automatic Products Company. (See Johnson, Roy W., 
assignor.) 



(See Bennett, James A. 
(See de la Cierva, Juan, 
(See Larsen, Agnew E., 
(See Pecker, J. S., and 
(See Prewitt, Richard H., 
(See Ray, James G.. as- 
(See Borchers, William 
Brenn, Carl W., as- 



(See Wicks, John, as- 
Limited. ( See Graham, 
(See Simpson, 
(See Lukowski, Hermann, 
(See Andres, Lloyd J., 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



33 



Automatic Products Company. (See Jllllei-, John, as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Products Co. (See Wetzel, Tlieodore A., as- 
signor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Richards, 
H. J., and Carter, assignors.) 

Automatic Recording Safe Company, The. (See Anderson, 
Edward A., assignor.) 

Automatic Recording Safe Company, The. (See Urun- 
wald, Albert C, assignor.) 

Automatic Register Company. (See Brenn, Carl W., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Rotary Transmission Co. (See Cotanch, Eai. 
B., assignor.) 

Automatic Safety Gate Company. (See Golden, Walter I., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Signal Corporation. (See Earlier, John L., as- 
signor.) 

Automatic Sprinkler Company of America. (See Lowe, 
E. A., and Hamilton, assignors.) 

Automatic Stapler Company. (See Bates, Jesse G., as- 
signor. ) 

Automatic Telephone & Electric Company Limited. (See 
Preist, Thomas P., assignor.) 

Automatic Telephone & Electric Company Limited. (See 
Preist, T. P., and Renshaw, assignors.) 

Automatic Temperature Control Co. Inc. (See Wilhjelm, 
Christian, assignor.) 

Automatic Tire Presfure Indicator Company of Manitoba. 
(See Card. Clarence D., assignor.) 

Automatic Truck Loader Corporation. (See Goodman, 
Joseph, assignor.) 

Automatic Unit Corporation. (See Dearing, Lester V., 
assignor.) 

Automatic Voting Machine Corporation. (See Gustavson, 
Alvin N., assignor.) 

Automobile Ventilation, Inc. (See Crowell, William D., 
assignor.) 

Automobile Ventilation, Inc. (See Rickel, Clarence E., 
assignor.) 

Automobile Ventilation, Inc. (See Young, Leonard A., as- 
signor.) 

Automotive Improvement Patents Corporation. (See 
P.urtnett, Everett R., assignor.) 

Automotive Maintenance Machinery Co. (See Zimmerman, 
Herman W., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Brown, 
Francis V., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Clench, Ed- 
ward C. S., assignors.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Trapp, 
George J., assignor.) 

Automotive Products Company Limited. (See Volkert. 
George R., assignor.) 

Autophon Aktiengesellschaft. (See Hebel, Martin, as- 
signor.) 

Autosan Corporation of America. (See Kruse, Willy, 
assignor.) 

Autosan Corporation of America, The. (See Wagner, 
Hans P., assignor.) 

Auto-Turn-Lite Corporation. (See Nielsen, H. H., and 
Kruder, assignors.) 

Autoxygen Inc. (See Kokatnur, Vaman R., assignor.) 

Auty, Frank, Little Neck, N. Y. Play pen. 2,097,506; 
Nov. 2. 

Available Truck Company. (See King, Edward F., as- 
signor.) 

Avery, Charles E. (See Hubbell, H., Jr., and Avery.) 

Avery, Clarence W., Detroit, Mich. Vehicle construction. 
2,074,1. 58; Mar. 16. 

Avery, Henry A., Groton, assignor to L. C. Smith & Corona 
Tvpnwritors, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Typewriting ma- 
chine. 2,069,298 ; Feb. 2. 

Avery, Henry A., Groton, assignor to L. C. Smith & 
Corona Typewriters, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Machine 
support. 2,088,566 ; Aug. 3. 

Avery, Henry C, New Brunswick, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Patent and Licensing Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Roof composition and pro- 
ducing the same. 2,099,093 ; Nov. 16. 

Avor.v, Henry C, New Brunswick, N. J., a.ssignor to 
The Patent and Tjicensing Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Roofing. 2,099,094 ; Nov. 10. 

Avery, Julian M., Greenwich, Conn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Arthur D. Little, Incorporated, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Producing sponge iron. 2,080,028 ; May 

Avery, Lewis B., Bridgewater Township, Washtenaw 
(^oiinty, Mich. Cap loo.sener for fruit jara. 2,094,114 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Avery, W. & T., Limited. (See Cox, Herbert N., as- 
signor.) 

Avery, W. & T., Limited. (See Sykes, Cameron M., as- 
signor.) 

Avery, William L., Twickenham, England. Vehicle wheel. 
2,096,203 ; Oct. 10. 

Aviation Manufacturing Corporation. (See noffman, S. 
K., and Wieginan, nHslgnors,) 

Avis, Saiiincl W. (See Roece, F. A., and Avis.) 

Awl)rcv, SiiMMiol C., Kansas (MIy, Mo. Dividing bar. 

2.098.714 ; Nov. 9. 

.\wbrcv, Snninel C, Kansas City, Mo. Toggery rack. 

2.098.715 : Nov. 9. 

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Awiszus, Adam, Detroit, Mich. Locking mechanism for 
purses and the like. 2,072,076 ; Mar. 2. 

Axe, Roy T,, assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Window construction. 2,067,054 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Window construction. 2,067,655 ; 
Jan. 12, 

Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company, 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Window structure for vehicles. 
2,081,896 ; June 1. 

Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Window sash construction. 
2,087,463 ; July 20. 

Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company, 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Window construction (demount- 
able window stop). 2,090,321 ; Aug. 17. 

Axelson, Charles F., Los Angeles, Calif. INIicrometer. 
2,071,315 ; Feb. 23. 

Axelson Manufacturing Company. (See Hammett, David 
M., assignor.) 

Axelson Manufacturing Company. (See Mancuso, Victor, 
assignor.) 

Axelson Manufacturing Co. (See Ostrom, E. W., and 
Williams, assignors.) 

Axelson Manufacturing Co. (See Williams, Glynn H., as 
signer.) 

Axman, Bertram. (See Daniels, Herbert P., assignor.) 

Axtell, Prank C, Pasadena, assignor of three-fourths to 
H. Whealton, Los Angeles, Calif. Method and ap- 
paratus for recovering precious metal from ore. 
2,069,206 ; Ifeb. 2. 

Axtmann, Harold G., assignor to Bendix Aviation Cor- 
poration, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 2,071,606 ; Feb. 23. 

Axtmann, Harold G., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpo- 
ration, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 2,074,715 ; Mar. 23. 

Axtmann, Harold G., Dearborn, Mich., assignor to Bendix 
Products Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 
2,074,716 ; Mar. 23. 

Axtmann, Harold G., assignor to Bendix Aviation Cor- 
poration, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 2,077,914 ; Apr. 
20. 

Ayer, Robert W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Stinson Aircraft Corporation, Wayne, Mich. Apparatus 
for controlling airplane elevators. 2,084,122 ; June 15. 

Ayers, Frank J., Piedmont, S. C. Flue oven cleaner. 
2,098,898 ; Nov. 9. 

Ayers, Joseph W., assignor to C. K. Williams & Co., 
Easton, Pa. Gas purification material. 2,069,194 ; 
Feb. 2. 

Ayers, Joseph W., assignor to C. K. Williams & Co., Eas- 
ton, Pa. Silica pigments. 2,093,106 ; Sept. 14. 

Ayers. Limited. (See Milnes, Tom, assignor.) 

Ayers, Ray C, assignor to Air-way Elevator Company, 
Incorporated, Slaton, Tex. Separator for grain and 
similar commodities. 2,087,464 ; July 20. 

As'ers, Samuel H., and C. W. Lang, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Crown Can Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Treating food products and resulting product. Re. 
20,578; Dec. 14. 

Ayln. Charles P. (See Fleck, W. C, and Avle.) 

Ayliffe, Harry, Purley, England. Tin opener. 2,079,271 ; 
May 4, 

Aylwin, Thomas C, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. Folding 
shovel. 2,070,555; Feb. 16, 

Aymard, Malcolm P. L. A., Hove, England. Current col- 
lector mechanism for electrically propelled vehicles. 
2,071,223 ; Feb. 16. 

Aynge, William E.. Upper Sydenham, London, England, 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to Mergenthaler Lino- 
type Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Distributing mecha- 
nism of typograpliical composing and distributing ma- 
chines. 2,068,310 ; Jan. 19. 

Aynge, William E., Upper Sydenham, London, England, 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to IMergcnIlialcr T;ino- 
type (Company, Brooklyn, N, Y. Hand-composod matrix 
in tvpographical line-casting niacbini's. 2,072,61.'! ; 
]\rar, 2. 

Ayre, Calvin M., Arlington, Va. Rotary compressor or 
pump. 2,097,714 ; Nov. 2. 

Ayres, Arthur U., Chestnut Hill, assignor to The Sharpies 
Specialty Companv, Pliiladelphia, I'a. Centrifugal sep- 
arator. 2,067,590; Jim. 12. 

Ayres, Arthur U., Clie.'itinit Hill, and N. Brewer, Lan.^- 
"downo, assignors to Tlie Sharpies Specialty Company. 
Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus and process for conlinu- 
onsly removing volatile matter from a liquid. 2,008.97 I ; 
Jan." 26 

Ayres, Arthur TT., Chestnut Hill, assignor to The Shar- 
'l)les SixH'laltv Conip.'iny. IMiilndolphia, Pa. Centrif- 
ugal separator, 2,082,608; .June 1. 
Ayres, John, Carshelton, assignor to Bryce Limited, Hnck- 
l)ri(l(.'(>. Siirrev, lOngland. lOngine starter. 2,101,606; 
Dec. 7. 
Avres, Pennle R., Roanoke, Va. Clock. 2,081,280 ; May 
25. 

Azer, Albert, Dolrott, Mich. Punch. 2,096,778: Oct. 26. 
Azzarii, Thoin:is S., Jiimaica, and T, l>e Liicn, Brooklyn, 
nsslgnorf to Dil-Mac Shoe l'roci'.-;s CorporMtlon, New 
York, N. Y. Apparatus for nuuiul'iictiirlng shoe soles. 
2,08-1. 881 : Jnne 22, i 

It. 1!. Chemical Co, (See Mncaonald, .\lexauder D., as- 
signor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



B. B. Chemical Co. (See Wedger, Walter H., assignor.) 

B-L Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Peters, Car] 
E., assignor.) 

B. S. A. Tools Limited. (See Ogilvie, William, assignor.) 

B. V. D. Corporation, The. (See Oppenheim, Austin N., 
assignor. ) 

Baade, Henry, assignor to Bendix Products Corporation, 
South Bend, Ind. Coupling. 2,081,571 ; May 25. 

Baalmann, Roderick O., St. Louis, Mo. Drill sharpener. 
2,078,306 : Apr. 27. 

Baars, Gerrit, The Hague, Netherlands, assignor to Shell 
Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. Ap- 
paratus for fractional distillation. 2,085,522 ; June 29. 

Baas, Edmund J., Rochester, N. Y. Shoetree. 2,075,420 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Baasch-Ross Tool Company. (See Wickersham, H. P., 
and Burns, assignors.) 

Baash, Lawrence P., Los Angeles, Calif. Pipe handling 
tool. 2,098.369 ; Nov. 9. 

Baash-Ross Tool Company. (See Brown, Ora A., as- 
signor. ) 

Baash-Hoss Tool Company. (See Fisher, Ralph D., as- 
signor.) 

Baatz, Margaret C, South Orange, N. J., assignor to 
Model Brassiere Corporation, Brookl3m, N. Y. Gar- 
ment. 2,074,975 ; Mar. 23. 

Babb, Charles A., Fostoria, Ohio. Store knife. 2,095,164 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Babb. Claude R., Lakewood, assignor to The Yoder Com- 
pany, Cleyeland, Ohio. Mechanism for cutting sheet 
material. 2,084,967 ; June 22. 

Babb, George H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Advertising cinemato- 
graph. 2,101,126 ; Dec. 7. 

Babb, James M. (See Rice, H. D., and Babb.) 

Babb, John D., Pittsburgh, Pa. Portable reservoir. 
2,084,236 ; June 15. 

Babbin, Edward, Spring Valley, N. Y. Automatic mixing 
valve. 2,081,726 ; May 25. 

Babbitt, Elwin J., assignor of forty-five per cent to J. L. 
Barneson, Los Angeles, Calif. Lure. 2,097,221 ; Oct. 
26. 

Babcock, David L., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Tilting mechanism for projectors. 
2,101,830 ; Dec. 14. 

Babcock, George S., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Eastman Kodak Company, Jersey City, 
N. J. Photographic film. 2,096,675 ; Oct. 19. 

Babcock, Oliver M., Evanston, 111. Shipping container. 
2,071,962 ; Feb. 23. 

Babcock, Oliver M., Evanston, 111. Method and apparatus 
for making walls of shipping containers. 2,075,795 ; 
Arp. 6. 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Bailey, ErvLn G., 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Bailey, E. G., 
Cassidy, and Hardgrove. assisnors. ) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Bailey, E. G., 
Hardgrove, and Kerr, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Black, J. E., 
Smith, and Behr, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Brinckerhoff, 
J. E., McCullough, and Swift, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Cassidy, Perry R., 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Christensen, 
Magnus, assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Hardgrove, Ralph 
M., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Harter, Isaac, 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Harter, I., and 
Cassidy, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company. The. (See Heller, Lewis W., 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Kerr, Howard J., 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Kerr, H. J., 
. and Langvand, assignors.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Koolstra, Lambert, 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Kooistra, L., and 
Gilg, assignor.) 

Babcock & AVilcox Company, The. (See Lucke, Charles E., 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Luly, Edgar L., 
assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Mayo, Dana H. 
N., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See McAllister, Alex- 
ander B., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Shellenberger, 
Rolfp, assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Stillman, Thomas 
B., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Tilghman, Rich- 
ard H., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Company, The. (See Trainer, James 
E., assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Tube Company, The. (See Inslee, 
Heber C, assignor.) 

Babcock & Wilcox Tube- Company, The. (See Newell, 
Harold D., assignor.) 9 

Baber, Eiiiil, Los Angeles, Calif. Operating room lamp. 
2,088,024 ; July 27. 



Babineau, Joseph F., Chicago, HI. Self-sealing and self- 
locking carton and blank for the same, 2,087,394 ; 
July 20. 

Babinet, Marie L. A., Bologne-sur-Seine, France, assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to The Nitrlcastiron Corporation. 
Surface hardened cast iron articles of manufacture. 
2,067,896 ; Jan. 19. 

Babson, Roger W., Wellesley, Mass. Combined parking 
meter and advertising device. 2,068,121 ; Jan. 19. 

Babson, Roger W., Wellesley, Mass. Parking register. 
2,088,683 ; Aug. 3. 

Bach, Aaron M., San Francisco, Calif. Material handling 
apparatu.s. 2,092,063 ; Sept. 7. 

Bach, Anton M., Palo Alto, Calif. Centripetal dissolver. 
2,076,975 ; Apr. 13. 

Bach, Anton M., Palo Alto, Calif. Hose coupling. 
2.103.838 ; Dec. 28. 

Bach. Charles G., Whitefish Bay, Wis., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Refrigerating coil. 2.093.825 : Sept. 21. 

Bach, Emma D., Portland, Oreg. Restraining' device. 
2,084,305 ; June 22. 

Bach, Emmon. (See de Florez, L., and Bach.) 

Bach, Herbert. (See Hagge, W., and Bach.) 

Bach, Neils P., Geneva, assignor to American Can Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Vacuum machine. 2,095,960 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Bach, Neils P., Geneva, assignor to American Can Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Can and cover feeding mech- 
anism. 2,102,605 ; Dec. 21. 

Bach, Stefan, Nuremberg, and K. Kurz, Furth, Germany. 
Gold leaf substitute. 2,099,641 ; Nov. 16. 

Bacharach Industrial Instrument Company. (See Vayda, 
L. L., and Rossomme, assignors.) 

Bachelder, Le Rov B., Dayton, Ohio. Wall or floor struc- 
ture and securing means. 2,100,424 ; Nov. 30. 

Bachelet, Albert E., Mount Vernon, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electric discharge tube testing and measuring circuit. 
2,088,317 : Jul'' 27. 

Bachelier, Eugene. (See Cramer, W. G., and Bachelier.) 

Bachells, Leonard H., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Olympia Knitting Mills, Inc., Olympia, Wash. Bathing 
suit removable while dressed. Re. 20,567 ; Dec. 7. 

Bacher, John, and H. Pickman, assignors of one-third to 
H. Feld, Detroit, Mich. Beverage displaying and dis- 
pensing device. 2,087,465 ; July 20. 

Bachman, Benjamin B., Philadelphia, assignor to The 
Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pa. Power transmitting 
device. 2,073,045 ; Mar. 9. 

Bachman, Benjamin B., Philadelphia, assignor to The 
Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pa. Motor vehicle con- 
struction. 2,094,976 ; Oct. 5. 

Bachman, Benjamin B., Philadelphia, assignor to The 
Autocar Company, Ardmore, Pa. Motor vehicle con- 
struction. 2,100,371 : Nov. 30. 

Bachman, Fred K. (See Oelkers. A. H.. and Bachman.) 

Bachman, Fred E., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Roller bearing. 2,089,048 ; July 3. 

Bachmann, Jakob A., Alameda, and R. WilUins, Hamburg, 
Calif. Treatment for fermented and distilled bever- 
ages and the like. 2,080,891 ; July 13. 

Bachmann, Robert A., New York, N. Y. Retainer for 
sanitary toilet seat covers. 2,074,318 ; Mar. 23. 

Bachman, Walter S., Los Angeles, Calif. Apparatus for 
dispensing hypochlorites. 2,097.092 • Oct. 26. 

Back, Robert, assignor to The Wahl Company, Chicago, 
HI. Mechanical pencil. 2,095,091 : Oct. 5. 

Back, Sydney. (See Clayton, W., Back, Morse, and John- 
son.) 

Backe, John C, and J. T. Sherwood, Howell, Mich. Valve 
for automobile heaters and ventilators. 2,087,635 ; 
July 20. 

Backer, Leslie H., Summit, N. J., J. H. Keenan, Brookline, 
Mass., and J. L. Kopf, East Orange, N. J., assignors to 
Jabez Burns & Sons, Inc., New York, N. Y. Roasting 
apparatus. 2,081,349 ; May 25. 

Backes, Edward W., Cook County, 111., assignor to Poor & 
Company, New York, N. Y'. Track gauge indicator. 
2.098,938 ; Nov. 16. 

Backhouse, Headley T., London, England. Sheet detector. 
2.083,936 : June 15. 

Backmann, Peter E., Los Angeles, Calif. Precision instru- 
ment. 2,066,446 ; Jan. 5. 

Backstay Welt Co. (See Bishop, Walter, assignor.) 

Backus, Wallace T., assignor to J. Edwards & Co., Phila- 
delphia, P,T. Leather drying. 2,073, . '')92 ; Mar. 9. 

Bacon, Charles J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Collapsible display 
container. 2,080,105 ; May 11. 

Bacon, Elbridge P. (See McKinley, C. W., Bacon, and 
Clason.) 

Bacon, Raymond P., Bronxville, N. Y., and W. Judson, 
Newgulf, Tex. Recovery of sulphur. 2,077,028 ; Apr. 
13. 

Bacon, Raymond F., Bronxville. N. Y., and W. Judson, 
Newgulf, Tex. Recovery of sulphur. 2,087,889 ; Julv 
27. 

Bacon, Raymond P., Bronxville. N. Y., and W. Judson, 
Newgulf, Tex. Recovery of sulphur. 2,087,890 ; July 
27. 

Bacon, Raymond P., Bronxville, N. Y., and W. Judson, 
Newgulf, Tex. Recovery of sulphur. 2,087,891 ; July 
27. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



35 



F. Bronxville, N. Y., 
Recovery of sulphur. 

F., Bronxville, N. Y., 
Recovery of sulphur. 



and W. Judson, 
2,087,893; Julv 

and W. Judson, 
2,087,894; July 



gnor to American 
Signaling system. 

(See Woodward, 



C. H., and Bacon.) 

N. y. Maternity dress. 



Bacon, Raymond F., Bronxville, N. Y., and W. Judson, 
Newgulf, Tex. Recovery of sulphur. 2,087,892 ; July 
27. 

Bacon, Raymond 
Mewgulf, Tex. 
27. 

Bacon, Rajrmond 
Newgulf, Tex. 
27. 

Bacon, Raymond F., Bronxville, and I. Bencowitz, New 
York, N. Y. ; said Bencowitz assignor to said Bacon. 
Recovery of sulphur. 2,092,794 ; Sept. 14. 

Bacon, Walter M., New York, N. Y., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Telegraph sys- 
tem. 2,069,000 ; Jan. 26. 

Bacon, Walter M., New York, N. Y., assi 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. 
2,101,209 ; Dec. 7. 

Bacon, William F., et aL, executors. 
Frederick R.) 

Bacon, William I. (See James, 

Badanes, Samuel E., Flushing, 
2,085,179 ; June 29. 

Bade, Anny, n4e Niethammer, Schonklrchen, Germany. 
Nautical angle-measuring and drawing instrument. 
2,066,384 ; Jan. 5. 

Badeker, John, Chicago, 111. Metallic rod-packing. 
2,084,235 ; June 15. 

Badel, Jules L., Geneva, Switzerland. Metal element for 
use in erecting toy building structures. 2,082,138 ; 
June 1. 

Badenhausen, John P., assignor of one-half to Day and 
Zimmermann, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Boiler 
construction. 2,070,250 ; Feb. 9. 

Badertscher, Dana K., assignor to Hudson Motor Car 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Vehicle steering mechanism. 
2,068,901 ; Jan. 26. 

Badger, E. B., & Sons Co. (See Merriam, Harry C, as- 
signor.) 

Badger, Frederick, Point Pleasant, Wandsworth, London, 
assizor to Magnesium Castings and Products Limited, 
Slough, Bucks, Great Britain. Casting of magnesium 
and its alloys. 2,070,821 ; Feb. 16. 

Badger, Herman J., and W. A. Davis, Foxburg, Pa. Auto- 
matic water refiUer and cuspidor flusher. 2,080,756 ; 
May 18. 

Badger Meter Manufacturing Company. (See Krueger, 
Emil M., assignor.) 

Badin, Raoul E. (See Jacquet, G. G., and Badin.) 

Bado, Atilio A. M., Buenos Aires, Argentina. Purifica- 
tion of water and other liquids. 2,066,710 ; Jan. 5. 

BadoUet, Marion S., Fanwood, N. J., assignor to Johns- 
Manville Corporation, New York, N. Y. Water-resistant 
product and making the same. 2,068,219 ; Jan. 19. 

Badoy. Jean, et al. (See Masson, Claudius, assignor.) 

Badt, Roy A., Los Angeles, Calif. Method and apparatus 
for building construction. 2,093,346 ; Sept. 14. 

Baechi, August, Niederuzwil, assignor to tlie firm Gebrtider 
Bflhler, Uzwil, Switzerland. Machine for producing 
foodstuffs made of dough. 2,068,220 ; Jan. 19. 

Baehni, Ernst C. (See Jacobsohn, Carl, assignor.) 

Baehr, Hans, Leuna, assignor to I. G. Farbenindustrio 
Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Maln, Germany. 
Purification of gases from ammonia and hydrogen sul- 
phide. 2,067,311 ; Jan. 12. 

Baehr, Hans, and K. Braus, Leuna, assignors to I. G. 
Farbenindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfurt-on-the- 
Main, Germany. Recovery of hydrogen sulphide from 
gases. 2,083,213 ; .June 8. 

Baehr, Hans, and H. Mengdehl, Ludwigshafen-on-tho- 
Rhine, assignors to I. G. Farbenindustrie Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Production of 
sulphur. 2,092,386 ; Sept. 7. 

Baer, Abram K., assignor to The Strouse Baer Company, 
Baltimore, Md. Outer' garment. 2,100,933 : Nov. 30. 

Baer, Alvln H., Cardondale, Pa., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Worthlngton Pump and Machinery Corpora- 
tion, Harrison, N. J. Gas separation. 2,068,221 ; Jan. 
19. 

Baer, Alvin H., and E. B. McCabe, Carbondale, Pa., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Worthington Pump 
and Machinery Corporation, Harrison, N. J. Skating 
rink. 2,069,811 ; Feb. 9. 

Baer, Carl J., Jofferson Barracks, Mo. Floating unit and 
fleet. 2,070,536 ; Apr. 13. 

Baer, Charles H., and H. M. Connor, assignors to Connor 
Spring Maniifacturing Co., San Francisco, Calif. 
Spring machinery. 2,078,828 ; Apr. 27. 

Baer, Edward G., Orrvllle, Olilo, and R. R. Donaldson, Jr,, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., assignors to Will-Burt Company. Air 
regulating apparatus. 2,088,023; July 27. 

Baer, Georges, Paudex, Switzerland. Calculator. 
2,080,857; May 18. 

Baer, Henry M. (See Bnor, Max, assignor.) 

Baor, Howard, Jersey CKy, assignor to lOcllpso Aviation 
Corporation, East Orange, N. J. Engine starting 
mechanism. 2,005,230 ; Oct. 12. 

Baer, Lawrence E., assignor, by mesne assignments, lo 
Swank Products, Inc., Atticboro, Mass, Initialed buckle, 
plate, and the like. 2,007,811; Jan. 12. 

Baer, Lena M., Tojx'ka, Tviins. A(I,|iiKlnl)le ooinbinod clc 
valine and Kiip|)()rliiig lievice. 2.072,701 : Mar, 2. 

Baer, Max, assignor to II, M, Baer, New York, N. Y. 
Coloring of bronze powders. 2,071,150; Feb, 16. 



Baerenrodt, E. F. (See Huguley, William C, assignor.) 
Kaernstein, Malvin A. (See Harth, P. E., and Baern- 

stein.) 
Baesecke, Martin, Berlin-Siemensstadt, and H. Mayer, 

Berlin-Charlottenburg, assignors to Siemens & Halske, 

Aktiengesellschaft, Siemensstadt, near Berlin, Germany. 

Alternating current signaling system. 2,101,699 ; 

Dec. 7. 
Baffi, Giuseppe, Genoa, Italy. Gas meter. 2,087,229 ; 

July 20. 
Bagby, Ralph B., Chicago, 111. Filling machine. 

2,067,750 ; Jan. 12. 
Bagby, Ralph B., Chicago, 111. Trip mechanism for filling 

machines. 2,099,253 ; Nov. 16. 
Bagby, Ralph B., Evanston, 111. Filling machine. 

2.080.298 ; May 11. 

Bagby, Ralph B., Evanston, 111, Filling machine. 
2,099,252 ; Nov. 16. 

Baggett, Henry T., and G. W. Woods, assignors to Hughes 
Tool Company, Houston, Tex. Treating tungsten car- 
bide. 2,091,903 ; Aug. 31. 

Bagley Berdan Company. (See Bagley, William H. and 
B. R,, and Berdan, assignors.) 

Bagley, Bruce R. (See Bagley, William H. and B. R., 
and Berdan.) 

Bagley, Glen D., Great Neck, and H. W. B. de W. Erasmus, 
Long Island City, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Process and apparatus for producing hydrogen. 
2,071,721 ; Feb. 23. 

Bagley, Ida P., Brooklyn, N. Y. Hinge. 2,090,569 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Bagley, John J., Duluth, Minn. Wrench. 2,097,361 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Bagley, Thomas J., Haddonfield, N. J,, and V. M. Mantz, 
Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to R. M. Hollingshead Cor- 
poration, Camden, N. J. Liquid tire cover. 2,088,561 ; 
July 27. 

Bagley, Wallace E., Glenside, and H. H. Bartel, assignors 
to Huck-Gerhardt Company, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Automatic closing device for sliding garage doors. 

2.091.299 ; Aug. 31. 

Barley, William H. and B. R., and R. W. Berdan, as- 
signors to Bagley Berdan Company, Detroit, Mich. 
Bearing metal, bearing and producing same. 2,086,841 ; 
July 13. 
Bagno, Samuel J. A. M., New York, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Electrad, Inc. Attenuator. 
2,081,572 ; May 25. 

(See Andreas, Arno, assignor.) 
(See Andrew, Sumner D., assignor.) 
(See Briggs, Howland P., assignor.) 
(See Cundall, Lincoln A., assignor.) 
(See Cundall, L. A., and Cheatham, as- 



Bagpak, Inc. 
Bagpak, Inc. 
Bagpak, Inc. 
Bagpak, Inc. 
Bagpak, Inc. 

signors. ) 
Bagpak, Inc. 

signors.) 
Bagshaw, Charles M., Leicester, England, assignor 

United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. 

Operating upon shoe soles, 2,075,923 ; Apr. 6. 
Bagshaw, Charles M., Leicester, England, assignor 

United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. 



(See Cundall, Robert N. and L, A., as- 



Charlotte, N. C. Heddle frame. 
Shuttle box and 



C. Shuttle box. 

Loom shuttle box. 

Shuttle box for 



Machine for operating upon shoe soles. 2,075,924 ; 

Apr. 6. 
Bahan, George F., 

2,070,556 ; Feb. 16. 
Bahan, William H., Greenville, S. C. 

binder. 2,081,33 9 ; M.ay 25. 
Bahan, William H., Greenville, S. 

2.093.225 ; Sept. 14. 
Bahan, William H,, Greenville, S. C. 

2.093.226 : Sept. 14. 
Bahan, William H., Greenville, S. C. 

looms. 2,093,227 : Sept. 14. 

Bahl, John I., assignor of one-half to R. W. Loichot, Can- 
ton, Ohio. Vitreous porcelain composition and product. 
2,077,610 ; Apr. 20. 

Bahler, William. (See Spencer, W. H., Birdsall, and 
Bahler.) 

Bahli:e, William H. (See FitzSimons, O., and Bahlke.) 

Balillto, William It. (See Sullivan, F. W., Jr., Bahlke, 
Brown, and Diwoky.) 

Bahlke, William II., Hammond, Ind., assignor (o Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Treatment of acid sludge 
products. 2,002,200; Sept. 7. 

Bahlke, William H., and P. W. Sullivan, Jr., Hammond, 
Ind,, and R. E. Wilson, assignors to Standard Oil Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Solvent extraction. 2,080,487 ; 
July 6. 

lialillio. William H., R. F. RnthrutT, and P. W. Sullivan, 
Jr., llaniinond, assignors to Standard Oil Compan.v, 
Whiting. Ind. DecoinpoRing hydrocarbon oils. 
e,000,71« : Nov. 23. 

Bnhlsou'a II. Keksfabrlk A. O. (See Pentzlln, Kurt, as- 
signor.) 

Bahnson. Erwin. Uockaway Park, N. Y. 
tion engine. 2,088.301 : July 27. 

Bahnson Company, The. (See ('ollins, D. 
assignors.) 

Bnhn.son Company, The. (Sen Stimaon, 
signor.) 

Hahr. August T. J., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to Bahr Start- 
ing <!ate Corporation, Clilcago, HI. Starting gato. 
2,000,4 17 ; Jan. 5. « 



Rotary combus- 
J,, and Wright, 
Samuel C, as- 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Bahr, August T. J., assignor to Bahr Starting Gate Corpo- 
ration. Chicago. 111. Starting gate witti self-aligning 
spiked stall partitions. 2.066.44S ; Jan. 5. 

Bahr, Conrad C. Xew York, X. Y., and G. H. Pfefferle, 
assignors to S. R. Dresser Manufacturing Company, 
Bradford, Pa. Torque measuring wrench. 2,074,079 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Bahr. Gustave F., Fairfield, assignor to Casco Products 
Corporation, Bridgeport, C^onn. Telltale signal. 
2.077.303 : Apt. 13. 

Bahr Starting Gate Corporation. (See Bahr, August T. J., 
assignor. ) 

Baier, John F., and H. Bohl, New York, N. Y. Method 
of and apparatus for handling sheet-like materials. 
2,086,375 ; July 6. 

Baiesi, Socrates, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Liquid dis- 
tributor. 2,083,567 ; June 29. 

Bailey. Archie S., Albert Lea. assignor of one-half to 
J. P. Donahue, Twin Lakes, Minn. Animal poking 
implement. 2.103.401 : Dpc. 28. 

Bailey, Bruce L. (See Ridgway. R. R.. and Bailey.) 

Bailey, Charles M., Company. (See Sparrow, Arthur J., 
assignor.) 

BalleyT Charles W., assignor to Stewart Bros., Lvnn, Mass. 
Making counters. 2,067,812 ; Jan. 12. 

Bailey, Charles W., assignor to Stewart Bros., Lynn, 
Mass. Machine for operating on counters. 2,067,813 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Bailey, Charles W., assignor to Stewart Bros., Lynn, 
Mass. Counter molding machine. 2.085,731 ; July 6. 

Bailey. Clarence C. Schenectady. X. Y.. assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Humidifring apparatus for air 
conditioning. 2.092.630: Sept. 7. 

Bailev. (Tlarence M.. Baton Rouge, La. Rubber oil can 
spout. 2,098,128 ; Xot. 2. 

Bailey. Claude B.. deceased. Wyandotte, Mich., by Wyan- 
dotte Savinss Bank. Wvandotrp. Mich., executor, as- 
signor to McCord Radiator & Mfg. Co., Detroit, Mich. 
Sheet metal prong forming apparatus. 2.089.326 ; Aug. 
10. 

Bailev. David C. Amesburv. Mass. Linins for window 
guides. 2,089,085 ; Aug. 3. 

Bailey. David C, Amesburv. Jlass. Window glass chan- 
nel lining. 2.102,935 : Dee. 21. 

Bailey. David C. Amesburv, Mass. Window glass guide. 
2,102,936 : Dec 21. 

Bailey, Edwin M., et al. (See Chandler, Daniel L., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey. Edwin M., et aL (See Rowe, F. H., and Chan- 
dler, assignors.) 

Bailey, Ervin G.. Easton. Pa.. P. R. Cassidy. Short Hills, 
and R. M. Hardgrove, Westfield. assisnors, bv mesne 
assignments, to The Babcock & Wilcox Companv, 
Xewark, X. J. Pulverizer. 2.071.379: Feb. 2S 

Bailey, Ervin G.. Easton, and P. R. Cassidy and R. M. 
Hardgrove. Bethlehem, Pa., assignors, by riipsne assign- 
ments, to The Babcock & Wilcox Companv. Xewark. 
X.J. Pulverizer. 2.071 .350 : Feb. 23. 

Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., P. R. Cassidy. Short Hills, 
and R. M. Hardgrove, Westfield. assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Xew- 
ark. X. J. Pulverizing mill. 2,076.288; Apr. 6. 

Bailey. Ervin G., Easton. Pa., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Xew- 
ark, X. J. Fuel burner. 2,086,205 ; July 6. 

Bailey, Ervin G., Easton. Pa., R. M. Hardgrove, and H. 
J. Kerr, Westfield, assignors to The Babcock & Wilcox 
Company, Xewark, X. J. Furnace. 2.087,800 ; July 20. 

Bailey. George B., Sharon. Mass. Power transmitting 
apparatus "and control means therefor. 2,102,606 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Bailey, James. Hamburg, N. Y., assignor to Hartford- 
Empire Company, Hartford. Conn. Means for and 
method of controlling flow of glass to a feeder outlet. 
2.072.S07 : Mar. 2. 

Bailey. James R., Austin, Tex., assignor to TTnlon Oil Com- 
pany of California, Los Angeles. Calif. Separation and 
pu:-iflcatlon of aromatic and nonaromatic nitrogen bases. 
2.067,704 : Jan. 12. 

Bailey, James R.. .\ustin, Tex., assignor to Union Oil 
Companv of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Amplified 
distillation. 2,085.287 ; June 29. 

Bailey, James R.. Austin, Tex., assignor to Lnion Oil 
Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Quin- 
phthalone dve. 2.092,'238 : Sept. 7. 

Bailey, Jesse J., Houston, Tex. Railway tie. 2,083,109 ; 
June 8. 

Bailey. Lawrence H., assignor to F. J. Stokes Machine 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Tablet-making machine. 
2.06S.610: Jan. 19. 

Bailey. Lawrence H.. assignor to F. J. Stokes Machine 
Companv. Philadelphia, Pa. Vacuum drier with cen- 
trifugal dust separator. 2.098.024; Xov. 2. 

Bailey. Marie. Los Angeles. Calif. Scissors. 2,066,757 ; 
Jan. 6. 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Dickey. Paul S.. assignor.) 

Baili'y Meter Company. (See Gorrie, Harvard H., as- 
signor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Johnson, Clarence, as- 
sitrnor.'V 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Junkins, Raymond D., 
assigmor.) 

Bailey Meter Company. (See Ryder, John D., assignor.) 



(See AVeaver, Harry E., as- 
Btifltag and polishing de- 
Rotary compressor 



Bailey Meter Company, 
signer. ) 

Bailey, Mora J.. Hilt, Olii. 
vice. 2,085,140 ; June 29. 

Bailey, Robert L.. Glendale. Calif, 
and thp like. 2.0S9,593 : Aug. 10. 

Bailey, Rosemond H., Jackson Heights, Long Island, 
X. Y. Protector for electrical appliances. 2,074,159 : 
Mar. 16. 

Bailey, W. J., et al. (See Brandenburg, Harry J., as- 
signor. ) 

Bailey, Waldo C, Shaker Heights, Ohio, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Xemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, DeL Production of salt cake and 
hvdrogen chloride. 2.086,206 ; Julv 6. 

Bailey, Walter T. (See Rider. E. G.," and Bailey.) 

Bailev, William B., Olympia, Wash. Threshold weather 
strip. 2.083.421 : June 8. 

Bailey. William T.. Xew York, X. Y. Control box. 
2.077,163 : Apr. 13. 

BaUey. Wilson, Philadelphia, Pa. Cigarette holder. 
2.072,851 ; Mar. 9. 

Baily, Robert W., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for 
kneading and working plastic material. 2.084,983 ; 
June 29. 

Bally, Robert W., Philadelphia. Pa., and X. A. Gray, 
Brooklyn. X. Y. Apparatus for treatment of sewage. 
2,094.909; Oct. 5. 

Baily, Robert W., Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for com- 
pacting and surfacing plastic material. 2,094,910 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Baily, Thaddeus F., Canton, Ohio. Treatment of ores con- 
taining iron. 2,066,665 ; Jan. 5. 

Bain, Edgar C, and H. Gruber, Hanau-on-the-Maln, Ger- 
many, assignors, by mesne assignments, to United States 
Steel Corporation. Manufacturing low carbon steel. 
2.068.7S5: Jan. 26. 

Bain, George W., and W. S. Brian, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Ken-Rad Tube & Lamp Corporation, 
Owensboro, Ky. Making lamps and tubes. 2,079,893 ; 
May 11. 

Bain. William H.. Lewiston. Maine. Insole and making 
the same. 2.072.727 ; Mar. 2. 

Bain, William H.. Lewiston. Maine, Ontsole nnit. 
2.089.170: Aug. 10. 

Bain, William H.. Westwood, Ohio. Last protector. 
2,081,879 ; May 25. 

Bain. William H.. Westwood. Ohio, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson. X'. J. Making 
shoes. 2.090.010 : Aug. 17. 

Bain. William H., Auburn, Maine. Making shoes. 
2,081,887 ; May 25. 

Bainbridge, (Jeorge K.. Ripon, Calif. Candv cutting ma- 
chine. 2.090,095 ; Aug. 17. 

Baird, C^ssius M. C, Evanston, lU. Hose coupling. 
2,073.824; Mar. 16. 

Baird, Elmer G., et al. (See Bowe.-Charles F., assignor.) 

Baird, Frank C. Detroit, Mich. Brake controL 
2.098.4S1 ; Xov. 9. 

Baird. Frederick S., and C. H. Marsh. Ada. Okla. Com- 
bination heatine and cooling unit. 2.072..S33 : Mar. 2. 

Baird Machine Company. (See' Lewis. Arthur J., assignor.) 

Baird. Ronald J.. Passaic. X. J., assignor to A. O. Smith 
Corporation. Milwaukee. Wis. App.iratus for the manu- 
facture of mercury sulphate. 2.099.290 : Xov. 16. 

Baird, Russell L., and A. Moseley. Texas City. Tex. Bat- 
tery terminal post clamp. 2.077.821 ; Apr. 20. 

Baird, William, C. R. Mavin. and A. G. Murray, Blackley, 
Manchester. England, assignors to Imperial Chemical 
Industries Limited. Preparing 4,4'-dialkoxv diphenvl- 
amines. 2.083.214 ; June 8. 

Bairey. George B.. Wolf Point. Mont., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Collins Radio Company. Antenna sys- 
tem. 2.099.671 : Xov. 23. 

Balrley. John L.. Murphvs. Calif. CTlamp for cables, wires, 
ropes, and the like. 2.077,3S6 ; Apr. 20. 

Baitinger. Ira S.. St. Paul, Minn. Vehicle actuated elec- 
tric control. 2.092.948 ; Sept. 14. 

Bak. Andrew, assignor of one-fourth to Marv Struz and 
one-fourth to Mike Struz, (Hiicago, HL Vending booth. 
2.090.827 ; Aug. 24. 

Bake, Louis S.. Penns Grove, X. J., assignor to E. L 
duPont de Xemours & Company, Wilmington, DeL 
Manufacture of phenyl mercury acetate and phenyl 
mercury hydroxide. 2.075,971 ; Apr. 6. 

Bakelite Building Products Co. (See Brownmiller. Lorrin 
T., assignor.) 

Bakelite Building Products Co.. Inc. (See Forbes, Hany, 
assignor. > 

Bakelite Building Products Co. Inc. (See Harshberger, 
Xorman P., assignor.) 

Bakelite Building Products Co. Inc. (See Harshberger, 
Xorman P. and K. M., assignors.) 

Bakelite Building Products Co. Inc. (See Knbn, Otto J., 
assignor.) 

Bakelite Building Products Co. Inc. (See Storm, Trygve, 
assignor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Bender. Howard L.. assignor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Bender, H. L., and Hoffman, 
assignors.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Davidson, W. M., and Jones, 
assignors.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Elbel, E., and Seebach, as- 
signors.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



37 



(See Elbel, E., and SussengutU, as- 
(See Ellingwood, Finley F., as- 



Bakelite Corporation, 
signers.) 

Bakelite Corporation, 
signor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Ellingwood, F. F., Zimmer- 
man, and Prey, assignors.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Hanson, Norman D., as- 
signor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Molinari, Vittorio, assignor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Nash, Clarence A., assignor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Seebacli, Fritz, assignor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Shuey, Ralph C, assignor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Turkington, Victor H., as- 
signor.) 

Bakelite Corporation. (See Turkington, V. H., and But- 
ler, assignors.) 

Baker, Abner D., Swanton, Oliio. Auxiliary gear mech- 
anism. 2,082,092 ; June 1. 

Baker, Albert D., Lansing, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Radio antenna for auto- 
mobiles. 2,077,822 ; Apr. 20. 

Baker, Arthur G., assignor to Simplex Automatic Press 
Feeder Corporation, Dearborn, Mich. Automatic feed 
for printing machines. 2,081,523 ; May 25. 

Baker, Arthur J., Toledo, Ohio, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Willys-Overland Motors, Inc. Illuminating 
apparatus. 2,094,089 ; Sept. 28. 

Baker, Arthur R. (See Swartz, I. T., and Baker.) 

Baker, Arthur R., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Columbia Carburetor Company. Carbu- 
retor. 2,066,318 ; Jan. 5. 

Baker, Arthur R., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to Columbia 
Carburetor Company, Washington, D. C. Carburetor 
with choke control. 2,101,039 ; Dec. 7. 

Baker, Benjamin P., Turtle Creek, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Circuit breaker. 2,071,157; Feb. 16. 

Baker, Bertram E., Boston, Mass. Carton. 2,096,837 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Baker, Bunvan W., Charlotte, N. C. Sterilizer. 
2,096,838 ; Oct. 26. 

Baker, Burton W., Ventura, Calif. Beer coil drainage 
system. 2,082,137; June 1. 

Baker Castor Oil Company, The. (See Colbeth, Ivor M., 
assignor.) 

Baker, Charles E., Wethersfield, Conn, Variable speed 
transmission unit. 2,100,465 ; Nov. 30. 

Baker, Chester L., Berkeley, Calif., assignor to Phila- 
delphia Quartz Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Producing 
crystallized anhydrous sodium metasllicate. 2,067,227 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Baker, Chester L., Berkeley. Calif., assignor to Philadel- 
phia Quartz Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Detergents 
and making the same. 2,082,936 ; June 8. 

Baker, Claude M., et al. (See Wright, William, as- 
signor.) 

Baker & Co. (See Keitel, Christian W., assignor.) 

Baker & Company. (See Krivig, Stephen J., assignor.) 

Baker & Company. (See Zimmermann, Fritz.) 

Baker & Company. (See Zschiegner, Herbert E., as- 
signor.) 

Baker, David, Jr. (See Baker, David and D., Jr.) 

Baker, David and D., Jr., Rosemont, Pa., assignors to R. 
O. Blackwood, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Tele- 
phone index. 2,080,995 ; May 18. 

Baker, David B. (See Johnston, E. A., Baker, and 
Rogers. ) 

Baker, David B. (See Vedovell, R. L., Baker, and Panze- 
grau.) 

Baker, David B., Riverside, C, R. Rogers, Oak Park, and 
N. O. Panzegrau, Chicago, 111. International Harvester 
Company. Steering and driving control for tractors. 
2,074,319 ; Mar. 23. 

Baker, David B., Riverside, C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, and 
N. O. Panzegrau, Chicago, 111., assignors to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Tractor. 2,091,404 ; Aug. 
31. 

Baker, David B., Riverside. C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, and 
N. O. Panzegrau, ('lilcago, HI., assignors to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Front end construction 
for tractors. 2.099,780 ; Nov. 23. 

Baker, David 15., Riverside, C. R. Rogers, Oak Park, and 
N. O. Panzegrau, ('hicago, 111., assignors to Inter- 
national Harvester Compan.v. Mounting of auxiliaries 
for tractor engines. 2.099,790 ; Nov. 23. 

Baker, David C. assignor to FItzpatrIck Bros. Inc., Chi- 
cago, III. Combined toy and advertising device. 
2,M6,872 ; Oct. 26. 

Baker, David K., Greonwich. Conn. Method and apparatus 
for treating plaslic material. 2, 09.'?, -107 : Sept. 21. 

Baker, David S., Greenwich, Conn. Method and appa- 
ratus for treating materials. 2,102,607 ; Dec. 21. 

Baker, Del, Shawnee, Okla. Torpedo placement hook. 
2,084,722 ; J\ine 22. 

Bnkor, DIrkorson G., Ilol.voke, Mass,, assignor to The 
Amerirnn Thread Companv, New York, N. Y. Thread 
winding machine. 2,082,600; June 1. 

Buk(!r, Dlckcrson (J.. Holyoke, RIass., as.slgnor to The 
American Thread Company, Now York. N. Y. Bobbin 
and producing tho same. 2,098,218; Nov. 9. 

Baker, Dlckerson (}., Holyoke, Mass., assignor to The 
American Thread Company, New York, N. Y. Maldng 
wound bobbins. 2,098,219 ; Nov. 9. 



Baker, Donald J., Pasadena, Calif. Antifriction screw. 
2,069,471 ; Feb. 2. 

Baker, Edwin, Winn, Maine. Pattle mold. 2,081,080; 
May 18. 

Baker, George L., Newark, Del., assignor to the Public of 
the United States of America. Preparation of high 
grade apple pomace. 2,088,458 ; July 27. 

Baker, George R. (See Tunley, A. A., and Baker.) 

Baker, George R., Willesden, London, England, assignor to 
Baker Perkins Company, Inc., Saginaw, Mich. Appa- 
ratus for feeding biscuits or the like to ovens, pans, 
conveyers, or the like. 2,075,012 ; Mar. 30. 

Baker, George R., Peterborough, England. Biscuit and 
like cutting and embossing machine. 2,077,979 ; Apr. 
20. 

Baker, George R., and H. Kirman, Peterborough, England, 
assignors to Baker Perkins Co., Inc., Saginaw, Mich. 
Feeding biscuit shapes and the like from intermittent 
cutting mechanism to continuously travelling ovens or 
like conveyers. 2,086,347 ; July 6. 

Baker, George T. (See Taylor, R., and Baker.) 

Baker, George W. (See Page, J., and Baker.) 

Baker, Harold R. (See Orpejifielrl. R. K,. and r,.nkpr.) 

Baker, Harry J., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Valve. 2,075,600 ; Mar. 30. 

Baker, Harry W., Kansas City, Kans. Hydraulic reflector 
arc. 2,094,867 ; Oct. 5. 

Baker, J. M., Pattern Company. (See Corley, John T., 
assignor.) 

Baker, J. T., Chemical Company. (See Fitzgerald, Wil- 
liam P., assignor.) 

Baker, James A., assignor to Union Steel Casting Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Annealing base. 2,073,724 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Baker, James D., assignor to American Hair & Felt Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Car construction. 2,078,787 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Baker, James N., assignor to The Black & Decker Tilan- 
ufacturing Companv, Towson, Md. Portable power 
hammer. Re. 20,365 ; May 18. 

Baker, James S., assignor of twenty-five per cent to M. E. 
Baker, fifty and one-half per cent to M. Barclift, and 
twenty-four and one-half per cent to J. Vodiska, Okla- 
homa City, Okla. Universally mountable container. 
2,075,080 ; Mar. 30. 

Baker, John S., assignor to Cook Electric Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Modulated radiator control. 2,075,160; 
Mar. 30. 

Baker, John S., assignor to Cook Electric Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Pole cable terminal. 2.078.991 : Mav 4. 

Baker, Judd O., Westmont, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Sound recording apparatus. 
2,102,776 : Dec. 21. 

Baker, Judd O., Westmont, and C. N. Batsel, Haddon- 
field, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. 
Photophonographic apparatus. 2,102,777 ; Dec. 21. 

Baker, Kilian J., Fort Wayne, Ind. Flexible conduit for 
electrical wires. 2,079,274 : May 4. 

Baker. Lena W., and C. A. Lausen, Fort Worth, Tex. ; 
said Lausen assignor to said Baker. Blackboard eraser 
cleaner. 2,090,777 ; Aug. 24. 

Baker, Le Roy H., Corning, N. T., assignor of one-third 
to J. F. Eberle, Westfleld, Pa. Electric lamp. 
2.096,603 : Oct. 19. 

Baker, Lewis T., Jacksonville, Fla. Rosin sampler. 
2,102,875 ; Dec. 21. 

Baker. Louis S., Parlin, N. J., assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Stabilization 
of cellulose nitrate. 2,077,455 ; Apr. 20. 

Baker, Minnie E., et al. (See Baker, James S., assignor.) 

Baker, Nelson M.. assignor to American Optical Com- 
pany, Southbridgo, Mass. Eye protector. 2.085,84 i ; 
July 6. 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Baker, R. C, and Burt, as- 
signors.) 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc. (See Burt, Clarence E., assignor.) 

Baker Perkins Company. (See Baker, George R., as- 
signor.) 

Baker Perkins Company. (See Guggenheim, Max M., 
assignor.) 

Baker Perkins Co. Inc. (See Baker, G. R., and Kirman, 
assignors.) 

Baker Perkins Co. Inc. (See Engels, E. O., and Plambeck, 
assignors.) 

Baker I'lM-klus Co. Inc. (See Tunley, A. A., and Baker, 
assignors.) 

Baker Perkins Company Inc. (See Tunley, A. A., and 
Paterson, assignors.) 

Baker, Ralph B., Park Ridge, 111. Collapsible bed. 
2,075.790 ; Apr. 0. 

Baker, Ralph E., assignor to Kolvlnntor Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Refrigerating apparatus. 2,080,506; 
July 13. 

Baker-Rimlnng Company, The. (See Stevenson, TTerbort 
A., assignor.) 

Baker-Knulang Company, The. (See Stonor, Frank, as- 
signor.) 

Baker, Rest R., Swlssvnlo, assignor to Westlnghouso Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Companv, East Pittsburgh, I'a. 
Electrical control system. 2.009, Blfl ; Feb. 2. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Baker, Rest R., Swissrale, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Svstem of control for dynamo-electric machines. 
2.100.761 : Xov. 30. 

Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, and C. E. Burt, Los An- 
geles, assignors to Baker Oil Tools, Inc., Huntington 
Park, Calif. Apparatus for blanking and cementing 
off peit'orated well casings in a well bore. 2,079,830 ; 
May 11. 

BaUer, Robert D., Birmingham, Mich. Fine grading ma- 
chine. 2.072,150 ; Mar. 2. 

Bal;er, Thomas V., Chehalis, Wash. Paring linife. 
2,073,546 ; Mar. 9. 

BakiT, William H., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Loom for 
mixins: fillins. 2,003.629 : Sept. 21. 

Baker, William S., Fort Worth, Tex. Traffic signal. 
2,096,952 ; Oct. 26. 

Bakeries Service Corporation. (See Bradley, A. M.. and 
Watson^ assienorB.i 

Bakke, Hans A., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Ratchet mechanism. 2,081,115 ; 
May 18. 

Bakke, Hans A., Swampscott, and H. F. Crotty, Boston, 
Mass., assignor to General Electric Company. Connec- 
tion block. 2.092,631 ; Sept 7. 

Bakker, Comelis J. (See Tellegen, B. D. H., de Tries, 
•Tnd IJakker. ) 

Bakker, Pier. (See Saunders, N. H., and Bakker.) 

Bakker, Willem, Arnhem, Netherlands, assignor to Amer- 
ican Enka Corporation, Enka, N. C. Treatment of ar- 
tificial silk. 2,080,193 ; May 11. 

Balaban, Alexander, New York, N. Y. Photographic dif- 
fusing device for enlarging and projection printing. 
2,083,215 ; June 8. 

Balaskas, Thomas K., Clay Center, Nebr. Athletic insole. 
2,068,786 ; Jan. 26. 

Balbach. Gustav C. (See McLellan, H. N.. and Balbach.) 

Balch, Ralph H. (See Elvin, W. J., Balch, and White- 
head.) 

Baldenhofer, William G., assignor to The Thompson 
Grinder Company, Springfield, Ohio. Grinding machine. 
2,068,529 : Jan. 19. 

Baldry, George E., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Excavat- 
ing and hoisting machine. 2,098,173 ; Nov. 2. 

Baldsiefen, A\'altev D., Karitan Town.sUiii, Middlesex 
County, N. J. Selective desensitizer. 2.090,607 ; Aug. 
17. 

Balduf, Bruno E., assignor to United States Gypsum Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Partition construction. 2,087,867 ; 
July 20. 

Baldnf, Bruno E., assignor to United States Gypsum 
Company. Chicago, 111. Building construction. 
2,101,001 ; Nov. 30. 

Baldwin. Albert D., deceased, Pleasantville, N. T. ; I. B. 
Baldwin, executrix. Slatted awning and drain. 
2,083.681 ; June 15. 

Baldwin, Alfred W., Blackley, Manchester, England, as- 
signor to Imperial Chemical Industries, Limited. Acyl- 
amino alkyl-aryl ethers and their sulphonation products. 
2,075,013 ; Mar. 30. 

Baldwin, Alfred XV., Blackley, Manchester, England, as- 
signor to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. 
Benzotliiazyl sulphonium compounds. 2,094,090 ; Sept. 
28. 

Baldwin, Alfred W., and H. A. Piggott. Blackley, Man- 
chester, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical In- 
dustries Limited. SolubUized higher aliphatic sulphides 
and their production. 2.100.297 : Nov. 23. 

Baldwin, Alfred W., and H. M. Bunbiiry, Blackley, Eng- 
land, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. 
Sulphated selachyl alcohol. 2.101,831 ; Dec. 14. 

Baldwin, Arthur I., Oakland, CaUf. Wood graining ma- 
chine. 2,075,925 ; Apr. 6. 

Baldwin, Charles F., Schenectady, N. Y.. and S. A. Bokovoy, 
Audubon, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of 
America. Piezoelectric element. 2,073,046 ; Mar. 9. 

Baldwin-Duckworth Chain Corporation. (See ICIaucke, 
nermann, assignor.) 

Baldwin. Francis J., Bavenna, Ohio. Wheel hub unit. 
2,083.188 ; June 8. 

Baldwin, Harold R., Carpentersville, 111., assignor to Elgin 
Manufacturing Company. Filling machine. 2,074,041 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Baldwin, Isabelle B., executrix. (See Baldwin, Albert D.) 

Baldwin, Jesse A., Spooner, Wis. Oil filter. 2.071.996: 
Feb. 23. 

Baldwin. Jesse A., Spooner, Wis. Oil filter. 2,007,828 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Baldwin, John D., Jr., assignor to The Weatherhead Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Valve. 2,078,048 ; Apr. 20. 

Baldwin, John G., Boonton, N. J., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington. Del. Ma- 
chine for tlip continuous casting of metal sheets. 
2,091.348; Aug. 31. 

Baldwin, Leonard J., assignor of one-half to W. G. Cun- 
ningham, Pekin, 111. Track surfacing device. 2,093,949 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Baldwin, Phil. (See Sandul, Amil, assignor.) 

Baldwin, Philip, New York, N. Y. Table. 2,092,690; 
Sept. 7. 

Baldwin, Richard H., assignor of one-half to William 
Trautman, Columbus, Ohio. Vehicle attached jack. 
2,087,424 ; July 20. 



(See Hunter, G. G., Pryale, 
(See Pryale, H, M., and Clark, 
(See de Forest, Alfred 
(See Dinzl, Richard W., 
(See Dinzl, R. W., and 
(See Essl, Max, &s- 
(See Kerr, Samuel L., 
(See Kerr, S. L., and 
(See Locke, Arthur S., 
(See Neeson, Charles 
(See Nowak, Alois K., 
(See Peters, Orville S., 
(See Peters, O. S., 
(See Sharp, Robert E. 
(See Vogler, Joseph, as- 
(See von Heydekampf, 
(See Wetland, Alfred, 
(See Zwickl, Joseph B., 
Signaling appa- 



Baldwin Rubber Company. 

and Clark, assignors.) 
B.aldwin Rubber Company. 

assignors.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

v., assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

Graf., assignors.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

slgnor. ) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

Greig, assignors.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

R., assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

and von Heydekampf, assignors.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

B., assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

signor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

Gerd S., assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Baldwin-Southwark Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Baldwin, Walter L., Jacksonville, Fla. 

ratus. 2,091,843 ; Aug. 31. 
r.alp. Lester S., Shaker Heights, assignor to The Standard 

Oil Company (Ohio). Cleveland, Ohio. Nongumming 

motor fuel. 2.103,927 : Dec. 28. 
Balentine, James A., San Francisco, Calif. Circuit con- 
trol mechanism. 2,095,688 ; Oct. 12. 
Sales, James E., assignor to Lyon Jfetal Products, Incor- 
porated, Aurora, 111. Air conditioned display table. 

2,066,312 ; Jan. 5. 
Bales, .James E., assignor to Lyon Metal Products, In- 
corporated, Aurora, 111. Display stand. 2,072,700 ; 

Mar. 2. 

assignor to Detroit Gasket & Mfg. Com- 
Mich. Laminated gasket. 2,071,322 ; 



Balfe, George T., 
pany, Detroit, 
Feb. 23. 

Balfe, George T. 
Detroit, Jlich 



assignor to Detroit Gasket & Mfg. Co., 
Gasket. 2,072,8'?2 ; Mar. 9. 

Balfe, George T., assignor to Detroit Gasket & Mfg. Com- 
pany. Detroit Mich. Gasket 2.072.803 ; Mar. 9. 

Balfe, George T., assignor to Detroit Gasket & Mfg. 
Co., Detroit Mich. Gasket. 2,079,729 ; May 11. 

Balfe, George T., assignor to Detroit Gasket & Mfg. Co., 
Detroit, Mich. Gasket. 2,084,054 ; June 15. 

Ba linger, Lee O., Lakewood, assignor of two-thirds to 
W. J. Wesseler, Cleveland, Ohio. Surface cleaning 
device. 2,083,551 ; June 15. 

Balint, Alvin A., New York, N. Y. Medical case. 
2.093.537 ; Sept 21. 

Balk, Otto, Bahnhofsplatz, and K. Bauer, Munich, as- 
signors to Deuta-Werke vorm. Deutsche Tachometer- 
werke G. m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Mileage counter. 
2,093,068 ; Sept 14. 

Balke, Clarence W., Highland Park, assignor to Raraet 
Corporation of America, North Chicago. 111. Tantalum 
carbide alloy. 2,067,166 : .Tan. 12. 

Balke, Clarence W., Highland Park, assignor to Ramet 
Corporation of America, North Chicago, 111. Making 
borides. 2,073,826; Mar. 16. 

Ball, Albert P., assignor to Briggs Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Chair. 2,091,063 ; Aug. 24. 

Ball, Albert P., assignor to Briggs Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Slich. Fastening device for panels or 
the like. 2,099,189 ; Nov. 16. 

Ball Brothers Company. (See Ludington, Lawrence L., 
assignor.) 

Ball Brothers Company. (See Milner, Edwin E., as- 
signor.) 

Ball Brothers Company, 
assignor.) 

Ball Brothers Company, 
assignor.) 

Ball, Charles A. W., assignor to The Bristol Aeroplane 
Company, Limited. Bristol, England. Copying machine. 
2.094,518; Sept. 28. 

Ball. Charles F.. and C. I. FiOngenecker, Wauwatosa, as- 
signors to Chain Belt Company, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Cleaning and preparing conduits for the handling of 
plastic concrete mixtures. 2 087,679 ; July 20. 

Ball, Charles O., River Forest. HI., assignor to American 
Can Compan.y, Now York. N. Y. Controlling viscosity 
in evaporated milk. 2.087,902 ; July 27. 

Ball, Charles O., River Forest, 111., assignor to American 
Can Conipanv. New York, N. Y. Apparatus for and 
method of canning. 2,091.263: Aug. 31. 

Ball, Donald A. (See Quick, C. G., Ball, and Whitehead.) 

BmU. Edwin L., Alexandria, La. Sheet piling. 2,090,720; 
Aug. 24. 



(See Moorshead, Thomas C, 
(See Wadsworth, Frank L. 0., 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



39 



Ball, Frederick O., assignor to Chrysler Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Internal combustion engine fuel system. 
2.072,353; Mar. 2. 

Ball, Frederick O. and T. M., Detroit, Mich. Carburetor. 
2,084,306 ; June 22. 

Ball, George L. (See Schmidt, C. F., Jr., and Ball.) 

Ball, Harry V., Concord, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to R. Hoe & Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Inking mechanism for printing machines. 2,081,906 ; 
June 1. 

Ball, Harry V., Bedford, by Lillian C. Ball, administra- 
trix, Bedford, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
E. Hoe & Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Web roll con- 
trolling device for printing machines. 2,085,889 ; 
July 6. 

Ball, Harry V., Concord, Mass., and A. J. Horton, White 
Plains, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to R. 
Hoe & Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Web roll controlling 
mechanism for printing machines. 2,095,307 ; Oct. 12. 

Ball, Joseph A., and G. F. Rackett, Los Angeles, Calif., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Technicolor, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Cinematographic camera. 2,072,091 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Ball, Lillian C, administratrix. (See Ball, Harry V.) 

Rail, Ralph H. (See Andersen, and Ball.) 

Ball, Thomas M. (See Ball, Frederick O., and T. M.) 

Ball, Thomas M., Detroit, Mich. Internal combustion 
engine fuel system. 2,099,096 ; Nov. 16. 

Ballack. Charles A., Walla Walla, and W. C. Steele. 
Seattle, Wash. Harvester-thresher. 2,076,523 ; Apr. 13. 

Ballantine, Stuart, Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, 
New York, N. Y. Automatic control for audion am- 
plifier. Re. 20,442 ; July 13. 

Ballantine, Stuart, Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, 
New York, N. Y. Electrical communication circuit. 
2.100,180 ; Nov. 23. 

Ballantine, Stuart, Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, 
New York, N. Y. Piezoelectric loudspeaker. 2,102,668 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Ballantine, Stuart, Boonton, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, New 
York, N. Y. Detection. 2.070,640 : Feb. 16. 

Ballantyne, Robert L., Perrysburg, Ohio. Window closure. 
2,030,394 ; May 18. 

Ballard, Clarence W., Carmel, assignor of one-half to W. M. 
Rorkwood, Indianapolis, Ind. Walk and drive edging. 
2.094,519 : Sept, 28. 

Ballard, Earcy, San Diego, Calif. Drinking and tapping 
attachment for beer cans. 2.094.869 : Oct. 5. 

Ballard, Ernest S., Berkeley, Calif. Method of and ap- 
paratus for preparing printing surfaces. 2,069,001 ; 
.Tan. 26. 

Ballard, George, Springfield, Mass. Nonskid device for 
motor vehicles. 2,083,631; June 15. 

Ballard, Howard T., et al., trustees. (See Pratt, Harry 
P., assignor.) 

Ballard, John R., assignor to Bal-Rod, Inc., San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Portable room cooling apparatus. 
2,090,188; Nov. 16. 

Ballard, Randall C, Merchantville, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Television system. 2,093,395 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Ballardie. Alfred W., San Francisco, Calif. Dental plate. 
2.085.067 ; June 29. 

Ballatore. Anthony A., Downend, near Bristol, England. 
Method of and machine for wrapping enclosures within 
envelopes. 2,077,658 ; Apr. 20. 

Balle, Gerhard. (See Nuesslein, J., and Balle.) 

Ballo, Gerhard. (See Steindorff, A., and Balle.) 

Balle, Gerhard. (See Steindorff, A., Balle, and Heimke.) 

Balle, Gerhard. (See Steindorff, A., Balle, Heimke, and 
Horst.) 

Balle, Gerhard, and K. Eisfeld, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany, as.signors to General Aniline Works, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Quaternary ammonium compounds 
and preparing them. 2,087,565 ; July 20. 

Balle, Gerhard, and K, Eisfeld, Frankfort-on-the-Mnin. 
Germany, assignors to General Aniline Works. Inc.. New 
York, N. Y. Quatern.'iry ammonium compounds and pre- 
pjiring them. 2,101,524; Dec. 7. 

Ballentlne, Earle W., assignor to Solar Industries, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Shaded pole induction motor. 2,071,224- 
Feb. 16. 

BallenOne, Earle W., assignor to Solar Industries, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Motor compressor unit. 2,071,870 ; Feb. 

Ballentine, Earle W., assignor to Solar Industries, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Flame failure indicator. 2,074,637; Mar. 
23. 

r.allenllne, Edwin C. (See Currier, S. E., and Ballen- 
tine.) 

Ballew, Dellle, Detroit, Mich. Vehicle spring. 2,068,049; 
Jan. 19. 

nalllot, A. H., Corporation. (Sec Fleischer, Paul W., 
asHlgnor.) 

Bnllmnn, f^liarles W., Tiidliinnpolls, Ind. Fishing rod 
liolder. 2 009,254; Nov. 16. 

JJnIliniin, Edwin C, St, Louis, Mo. Single phase con- 
d.MiHor motor. 2,073.532; Mar. 9. 

I'.,illim, II. A., & Co. (See Morehouse, Eugene, assignor,) 



Ballou, Holden P., assignor of fifty per cent to N. G. 
Hynes. Hartford, Conn. Flush valve. 2,083,486 ; 
June 8. 

Ballou, Howard M., North Attleboro, Mass. Comb. 
2,080,248; May 11. 

Ballou, John McK., assignor to O. H. Kruger, Los An- 
geles, Calif. Identification card. 2,088,567 ; Aug. 3. 

Ballou, Walter T., Los Angeles, Calif. Ignition synairo- 
nizer. 2,090,020 ; Aug. 17. 

Balls, Arnold K., Washington, D. C, and T. L. Swenson, 
Chevy Chase, Md., dedicated to The Free Use of the 
Public of The United States of America. Producing thin 
egg white. 2,073,411 ; Mar. 9. 

Balls, Arnold K., and W. S. Hale, Washington, D. C, 
dedicated to the free use of the people of the United 
States. Softening of dough. 2,103,443 ; Dec. 28. 

Ballwanz, William, Chicago, 111. Glider gun. 2,089,594 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Bally Manufacturing Co. (See Williams, B. W. and H. S., 
assignors.) 

Balmer, John H., Trenton, N. J. Recessed wall fixture. 
2,067,591 ; Jan. 12. 

Balmford, Alfred B., et al. (See Burn, Walter S., as- 
signor.) 

Balochi, Charlie T., Roanoke, Va. Cuspidor carrier and 
handler. 2,102,348 ; Dec. 14. 

Bal-Rod, Inc. (See Ballard, John R., assignor.) 

Balsam, Maurice M. (See Rubin, H. H., and Balsam.) 

Balsiger, Harold E., assignor to Landis Tool Company, 
Waynesboro, Pa. Cylindrical grinding machine. 
2,103,808 ; Dec. 28. 

Balsiger, Harold E., and C. L. Ott, assignors to Landis 
Tool Company, Waynesboro. Pa. Carriage mounting 
for grinding machines. 2,083,682 ; June 15. 

Balsiger, Harold E., E. P. Wine, and D. Gurney, as- 
signor to Landis Tool Company, Waynesboro, Pa. 
Internal grinder. 2,088,682 ; Aug. 3. 

Balsley, James R. (See Pottenger, F. M., Jr., and 
Balsley.) 

Balsley, James R., La Canada, assignor of one-half to 
F. L. A. Graham, San Marino. Calif. Electron dis- 
charge device. 2,071,382 : Feb. 23. 

Balthasar, Harry G., West Tower Park, assignor to E. J. 
Hoff, Cincinnati, Ohio. Venetian blind. 2,091,579 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Balthis, Ben Douglass, Glendale, assignor to Natural 
Gas Equipment Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. Gas burner 
and combustion control apparatus. 2,081,657; May 25. 

Baltich, Michael, Cold Spring, N. Y. Body-resting device. 
2.097,751 ; Nov. 2. 

Baltimore Paint & Color Works, Inc. (See Shuger, Leroy 
W., assignor.) 

Baltimore Paper Box Company, The. (See Ferguson, 
George K. S., assignor.) 

Baltimore Salesbook Company, The. (See Gorton, Eli- 
dore H., assignor.) 

Baltimore Valve Corporation. (See Peterson, W. F., and 
Walter, assignors.) 

Balton. James, Baltimore, Md., assignor of one-fourth to 
J. Shapiro. Baltimore, Md., one-fourth to I. Shapiro, 
Chicago, 111., one-fourth to S. Shapiro, and one-fourth 
to N. Shapiro, both of Chelsea, Mass. Baking plate. 
2,069,026; Jan. 26. 

Balton, Jnmes, Baltimore, Md., assignor of one-fourth 
to J. Shapiro, Baltimore, Md., one-fourth to I. Shapiro, 
Chicago, 111., one-fourth to S. Shapiro, and one-fourth to 
N. Shapiro, both of Chelsea, Mass. Manufacturing cup 
pastr,y. 2,069,027; Jan. 20. 

Balton, James, assignor of one-fourth to J. Shapiro, 
Baltimore. IMd,, one-fourth to I. Shnpii-o. Chicago, 
111., one-fourth to N. Shapiro, and one-fourth to S. 
Shapiro, Chelsea, Mass. Batter pump with drip elimi- 
nating means. 2,073.439 : Mar. 9. 

Balton, James, assignor of one-fourth to J. Shapiro, 
J5altimore, Md., one-fourth to I. Shapiro, Chicago, 
Til., one-fourth to N. Shapiro, and one-fourth to S. 
Shapiro, Chelsea, Mass. Ice cream cone. 2,073,440 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Bnlton, Jnmes, assignor of one-fourth to J. Shapiro, Balti- 
more, Md., one-fourth to T. Shapiro. Cl\icagi\ 111., one- 
fourth to N. Shapiro, and one-fourth to S, Shapiro, 
Chelson, IMass, Ice cream cone. 2.096.5.'i2 ; Oct. 19, 

Bamag-MepTuin Aktiongesellschaft. (See Zdansky, Arnold 
E., assignor.) 

r.aniax- Marliino Co. (See Dayton, l\fax E., assignor.) 

Brtnibonok, Dominic C. (See Bambenek, Joseph B., and 
D. C.) 

Bambenek, Dominic C. (See Bambenek, Joseph B. and 
D. C, and Worner.) 

Bambenek, Dominic C, and P. Worner, assignors to 
Peerless Chain Company, Winona, Minn. Tire chain. 
2,085.288 ; June 29. 

r.imibenek, Joseph B., assignor to Peerless Chain Coni- 
piiuy, Winona, Minn. Eiuergcncv chain unit. 
L'. 082, 937 ; .(une R. 

BMinbenek, Josoiih B., D. C. llamben(>k. and V. Worner, 
assignors lo T'(>erIi>Rs C^lmlii Companv, W'Inoua, Minn. 
r;iii(>rg('iu\v n-pnir link. 2,068,222: .Inn. 19. 

ItMiiihciK'k, Joseph B., jind I>. C., nsslgiiors to Peerless 
Cliiiln Coiiipany, Winona, Minn. Traction Inorensing 
device. 2,092,(^23 ; Sept. M. 

r.iiiiili('rg(>r, Curl. (See W'cinand. IC. unil Uainherwr.) 



40 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Bamford. Harry S., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Farns- 
worth Television Incorporated, San Francisco, Calif. 
Incandescent screen. 2,097,994 ; Nov. 2. 

Banca. Maj;glo C, jNlagnoiia. A. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America, New York, N. Y. Cathode ray 
device. 2,103,312 ; Dec. 28. 

Bancel, Paul A., Montclair, and F. H. Ribberd, Bayside, 
N. Y., assignors to Ingersoll-Rand Company, Jersey 
City, N. J. Refrigerating apparatus. 2",085,942 ; 
July 6. 

Bancker, Elbert H., and R. C. Buell, Schenectady, N. T., 
assignors to General Electric Company. Supen-ision of 
electric systems. 2,095,117 ; Oct. 5. 

Bancroft. A. F., West Newton, Blass. Footwear. 
2,094,091 ; Sept. 28. 

Bancroft, Albert F., West Newton, assignor to Bancroft- 
Walker Company. Waltham, Mass. Shoe machine. 
2.099.995 ; Nov. 23. 

Bancroft, Charles, New Canaan, Conn. Variable trans- 
mission means. 2,101,233 ; Dec. 7. 

Bancroft, Frank E., Withington, Manchester, England, as- 
signor to Metropolitan-Tickers Electrical Company, 
Limited. Diffusion vacuum pump. 2,078,788 ; Apr. 27. 

Bancroft, Howard L., Sharpsville, Pa., and H. S. Smith, 
Hubbard, Ohio. Pump or compressor. 2,099,326 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Bancroft, James E.. assignor to The Richmond Fireproof 
Door Company, Richmond, Ind. Door operating mech- 
anism. 2,077,659 ; Apr. 20. 

Bancroft, Joseph, ^^c Sons Co. (See Lippert, Arnold L., 
assignor.) 

Bancroft-Walker Company. (See Bancroft, Albert F., as- 
signor. ) 

Bancroft, William J. (See Solomon, A., and Bancroft.) 

Bandish, Joseph M. (See Markel, O., Phillips, and 
Bandish.) 

Bandish, Joseph M., Chicago, HI. Packing. 2,098,992 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Bandoly, Erich, assignor to Taylor Instrument Companies, 
Rochester, N. Y. Measuring instrument. 2,091,952 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Bane, Fred, Pulaski, Va. Cardamon treated tobacco. 
2.091.497 : Aug. 31. 

Banfield, Frederic E., Jr., Saco, assignor to Saco-Lowell 
Shops, Boston, Mass. Spinning ring mounting. 

2.067.135 ; Jan. 5. 

Bangert, Charles A., assignor to Lamneck Products, In- 
corporated, Columbus, Ohio. Silo door construction. 
2,068,972: Jan. 26. 

Bangert, Charles A., assignor to Lamneck Products, 
Incorporated, Columbus, Ohio. Silo roof. 2,092,722 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Bangert, Friedrich K. G., assignor to O. H. Drager, 
Lubeck. Germany. Detecting chemically reactive gases. 

2.103.136 ; Dec. 21. 

Bangs, Ralph C, Providence, R. I., assignor to Coro- 
Gram, Inc., New York, N. Y. Initial button. 2,067,814 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Bangs, Ralph C, Providence, R. I., assignor to Colin & 
Rosenberger, Inc. Monogram construction. 2,092,146 : 
Sept. 7. 

Bangs, Ralph C, Providence, R. I., assignor to Coro- 
Gram, Inc., New York, N. Y. Button. 2,099,979 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Bangs, Ralph L., Wakefield, and W. A. Hermanson, 
Brighton, assignors to Forest AVadding Company, 
Boston, Mass. Insulated cover. 2,099,669 ; Nov. 16. 

Banigan, Thomas F., Kenuiore, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Product and preparing same. 
2,079,146 ; May 4. 

Banigan, Thomas F., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington. Del. Treating pellicles. 2,079.147 : ^lay 4. 

Bank. Albert M.. assignor to S. Bank, Jersey City, N. J. 
Upholstery construction. Re. 20,406 ; June 15. 

Bank, Albert M., assignor to S. Bank, Jersey City, N. J. 
I'pholstery construction. 2,083.810 ; June 15. 

Bank, Albert M., assignor to S. Bank, Jersey City, N. J 
Upholstery construction. 2,083,811 ; June" 15. 

Bank, Edward C, Berkeley, Calif. Swivel connection for 
vacuum cleaner nozzles. 2.074,042 ; Mar. IG. 

Bank, Sylvia. (See Bank, Albert M., assignor.) 

Banker, Charles. (See Eastburn, S. L., and Banker.) 

Banker, Olin E., Wilkos-Barre, Pa. Pipe fitter's wrench. 
2.0S9.931 ; Aug. 17. 

Banker, Oscar H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
New Products Corporation, Chicago, 111. Automatic 
clutch. Re. 20,426 ; June 29. 

Banker, Oscar H., assignor to New Products Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Automatic transmission. 2,067,897 ; Jan. 
19. 

Banker, Oscar H., assignor to New Products Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Change speed planetary transmission. 
2,077,387 ; Apr. 20. 

Banks, Charles G., assignor to F. L. A. Graham, Los An- 
geles, Calif. Swing joint. 2,066,711 ; Jan. 5. 

Banks, Daniel B. (See Barton, P. D., and Banks.) 

Banks, Daniel B., Upper Darby, and P. D. Barton, Wynne- 
wood, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Sun Oil 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Filtering apparatus. 
2,068,257 ; Jan. 19. 



Banks. Daniel B.. Upper Darby, Pa., and P. D. Barton, 
Scarsdale, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Sun Oil Company. Philadelphia, Pa. Method and appa- 
ratus for dewaxing oils. 2.078,992 ; May 4. 

Banks, Daniel B., Drexel Hill, and P. D. Barton, Merion, 
assignors to Sun Oil Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Ap- 
paratus for dislodging filter cake from filters. 2,096,314 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Banks, Kelso 5f. (See Baucom, G. E., and Banks.) 

Bankson, William R., Pittsburgh, Pa. Hedge trimmer. 
2,082,610 ; June 1. 

Bannerman, William E., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Com- 
bined expander and Sanger for lined pipes. 2,070,504 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Bannerman, William E., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Form- 
ing lined pipe ends. 2,070,852 ; Feb. IC. 

Bannerman, William E., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Joint 
for lined pipe. 2,086,151 ; July 6. 

Banning-Lover, Frederick R., Colpetty, Colombo, Ceylon. 
Power transmitting and change speed apparatus. 
2,087,060 ; July 13. 

Banning, Thomas A., Jr., Wilmette. assignor to Pullman- 
Standard Car Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. 
Refrigerator car and the like. 2,068,223 ; Jan. 19. 

Banning, Thomas A., Jr., Wilmette. assignor to Pullman- 
Standard Car Manufacturing Company, Chicago, HI. 
Vehicle air conditioning system. 2.083,286 ; June 8. 

Banning, Thomas A., Jr., Evanston, 111., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Preselective tuning for radio 
reception and the like. 2,099,719 : Nov. 23. 

Bannister, Bryant, Mount Lebanon. Pa., assignor to Na- 
tional Tube Company. Apparatus for making pipes 
and tubes. 2,099,459 ; Nov. 16. 

Bannister, William J., assignor to Commercial SolventB 
Corporation, Terre Haute, Ind. Esterification process. 
2,076.111 ; Apr. 6. 

Bannock, Charles F., Syracuse, N. Y. Foot measuring 
instrument. 2,078,368 ; Apr. 27. 

Bannon, Joseph F., and C. W. Bigler, Crafton, Pa. Auto- 
matic bralve control. 2.098.736 ; Nov. 9. 

Banscher, Carl, Basel, Switzerland. Soldering aluminum 
or aluminum alloys. 2.087,716 ; July 20. 

Banta, Arthur P. (See Pomeroy, Richard, assignor.) 

Bany, Herman. Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Regulating system. 2,090,524 ; Aug. 17. 

Baptie, Albert S., Bakersfield. assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Companv. San Francisco, Calif. Jar device. 
2,093.794 ; Sept. 21. 

Barbarou, Marius J. B., Neuilly sur .Seine, France, assignor 
to Bendix Stromberg Carburetor Company, South Bend, 
Ind. Carburetor. 2,084,377 ; June 22. 

Barbee. Robert W., Memphis. Tenn. Barrel hoop. 
2.077.347: Apr. 13. 

Barber, Alfred W., Flushing, N. Y. Electrical appara- 
tus. 2,082,317 ; June 1. 

Barber, Alfred W., Boonton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America, New York, N. Y. Frequency 
separation system and apparatus. 2,095,406 ; Oct. 12. 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Edgar, John, assignor.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Lilja, Edgar D., as- 
signor.) 

Barber-Colman Company. (See Peterson, Burt A., as- 
signor.) 

Barber Company, The. (See Smith, Preston R., assignor.) 

Barber, Edward, Palatka, Fla. Lineman's boot. 
2.083,310 ; June 8. 

Barber, George W., New Haven, Conn., dedicated to the 
free use of the public. Preventing caterpillar injury 
to ear corn. 2.103.607 : Dec. 28. 

Barber, Howard M.. Pawcatuck. Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Web perfect- 
ing rotary press. 2.076.932 : Apr. 13. 

Barber, Howard 51., Pawcatuck. Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Web perfect- 
ing rotary press. 2,076,933 ; Apr. 13. 

Barber. Howard JI., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Gripper 
mechanism for printing presses. 2,080,249 ; May 11. 

Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company. Westerly. R. I. Sheet fed 
multicolor rotary printing press. 2,082,318 : June 1. 

Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Sheet fed 
multicolor rotary printing press. 2,082,319 ; June 1. 

Barber. Howard M., Pawcatuck. Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Web per- 
fecting rotary printing press. 2,083,110 ; June 8. 

Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck. Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Web per- 
fecting rotary printing press. 2.0S3.112: June 8. 

Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerlv, R. I. Inking 
mechanism for rotary printing presses. 2,083,542 ; 
June 15. 

Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck. Conn., assignor to 0. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerlv, R. I. Deliverv 
mechanism for printing presses. 2^093,228 ; Sept. 14. 

Barber, Howard M.. Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Signature 
delivery mechanism for printing presses. 2.093.747 : 
Sept. 21. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Barber. Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, U. I. Sheet 
handling mechanism for web printing rotary presses. 
2,094,339 ; Sept. 28. 

Barber, Thomas H., et al. (See Hiatt, Enos B., as- 
signor.) 

Barber, WHllam E., and H. A. Watts, South Farnborough, 
England. Power or movement transmitting mechanism. 
2,067,815; Jan. 12. 

Barbera, Arthur A., Los Angeles, Calif. Bed rpading 
lami). 2.072.472 : ]\rar. 2. 

Barbet, Emile A., Paris, France. Apparatus and process 
for the continuous distillation-rectification of musts 
containing acetone, ethyl alcohol and butyl-alcohol. 
2,080,194; May H. 

Barbier, Emile, Paris, France. Watertight portable ther- 
mometer. 2,078,993 ; May 4. 

Barbieri, Cesare. (See Heard, Joseph R., Jr., assignor.) 

Barbieri, Cesare. (See Nafash, Morris S., assignor.) 

Barbieri, Cesare, New York, N. Y. Production of amines 
by emulsion method. 2,078,555 ; Apr. 27. 

Barbieri, Cesare, New York N. Y., assignor to Dixie- 
Vortex Company, Chicago, HI. Container. 2,088,832 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Earblers, Ferdinand S., assignor to The Hocking Glass 
Company, Lancaster, Ohio. Inkstand and the like. 
2,071,276 ; Feb. 16. 

Barbour, Herbert C. El Pasco, Tex. Holder for a glass, 
tooth brushes, and a paste. 2,074,248 ; Mar. 16. 

Barbour, Roy, Beaufort, N. C. Motor governor. 
2,098,939 ; Nov. 16. 

Barbour Welting Company. (See Arnold, Pearl C, as- 
signor.) 

Barbour Welting Company. (See Vizard, William C, 
assignor.) 

Barbulesco, Constantin D., Dayton, Ohio. Indicating In- 
strument. 2,084,995 ; June 29. 

Barcalo Jlamifncturing Company. (See Vallone, Joseph 
M., assignor.) 

Barclay, John M., Brooklyn, and J. B. Forbes, Mount 
Vernon, assignors to Alco Products Incorporated, New 
York, N. Y. Heat exchanger. 2,071,277 ; Feb. 16. 

Barclay, Robert E., Chicago, 111. Gaseous conduction de- 
vice. 2,084,996 ; June 29. 

Barclay, Robert E., assignor to Federal Electric Company, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Gaseous conduction device. 

2.102.189 ; Dec. 14. 

Barclay, Rotiert E., assignor to Federal Electric Company, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Discharge apparatus and method. 

2.102.190 : Dec. 14. 

Barclay, Robert E., assignor to Federal Electric Company, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Gaseous conduction device. 

2.102.191 ; Dec. 14. 

Barclay, Robert E., assignor to Federal Electric Company, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Effecting gaseous mixtures. 

2.102.192 ; Dec. 14. 

Barclay, William R.. Leicester, England, a.^signor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Patcr.?on, N. J. 
Abrading tool. 2,072,130 ; Mar. 2. 

Barclay, William R.. and F. Barton, Leicester, Engl.nnd. 
assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Pater- 
son, N. J. Heel-attaching machine. 2,008,000 ; Jan. 19. 

Barclay. Wright, New York, N. Y. Combination latch. 
2,101.210: Dec. 7. 

Barclays Bnnk Limited, executors, et al. (See Fair- 
weather, D. A. W., and Thomas.) 

BarclifC, Mary, et al. (See Baker, James S., assignor.) 

Barco Manufacturing Company. (See Bard, Francis N., 
assignor.) 

Barco Manufacturing Co. (See Gray, Thomas C, as- 
signor.) 

Bard, Francis N., Highland Park, HI., assignor, bv mesne 
assignments, to The Pernintit Company (1934), Wil- 
mington, Del. Water softening apparatus. 2,071,997; 
Feb. 23. 

Bard, Francis N., Highland Park, HI., assignor to Wal- 
worth Patents Inc., Boston, Mass. Plug valve. 
2,090,743 ; Aug. 24. 

Bard, Francis N., Highland Park, 111., assignor to Barco 
Manufacturing Company. Ball joint. 2,095,728 ; Oct. 

Bard, Hans, Dallas, Tex. Gearing for spinning machines. 

2,067,167 ; Jan. 12. 
Enrdell, Nicholas J., Chicago Heights, assignor to Mld- 

Wost Forging Company, Chicago, 111. Making posts. 

2.103,8.39; Dec. 28. 
Barden, William S., Grasmere, Stnten Island, N. Y., as- 
signor to Radio Corporation of America. Amplifying 

device. 2,085,407 ; June 29. 
Bardes, R. H., Range and Foundry Company. (See Bardes, 

Oliver L., assignor.) 
Unrdos, Oliver L., assignor to The E. H. Bardes Range and 

Foundry Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Stoker construc- 
tion. 2,070,389 ; ><;b. 9. 
Bardet, (ieorge A. and G. V., P.erkeley, Calif., as.sigiiors 

1o M. J. M. Company. Can registering means. 

2,078,1)23 ; May 4. 
P.ardet, George V. (See Bardet, George A. !\n<\ G. V.) 
BardHloy, j0Hex)h R., Yonkers, aHslgnor to Bel! Telephone 

l..aborutorleB, Incorporated, New York, N. V. Ijoudlng 

coil case. 2,084.123; June I.''). 
BardHlcy, Wlllard W., Providence. nBslgnor (o Wardwell 

Braiding Machine f'oinj)any. Central FallH, R. I. Urald- 

iiig iiwichlne. 2,077,201 ; Apr. 13. 

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Bareiss, Max, Newark, N. J., assignor to Raytheon Manu- 
facturing Company, Newton, Mass. Starting circuits 
for electrical space discharge tubes. 2,078,363 ; Apr. 
27. '^ 

Bar^nyi, ArpSd, Berlin-Lichterfelde, assignor to Voigt- 
lander & Sohn Aktiengesellschaft, Brunswick, Germany. 
Folding camera. 2,075,081 ; Mar. 30. 

BarSnyi, Arpdd, Berlin-Steglitz, assignor to Voigtlander 
& Sohn Aktiengesellschaft, Brunswick, Germany. Re- 
tarding mechanism for photographic shutters. 
2,081,727 ; May 25. 

Bares, Ovide, Sulphur, and R. I. Bares, Vinton, La. De- 
vice for orienting whipstocks. 2,098,271 ; Nov. 9. 

Bares, Roy I. (See Bares, Ovide and R. I.) 

Bargeboer, Adolf, The Hague, Netherlands. Adjusting 
device. 2,070,108 ; Feb. 9. 

Bargeboer, Adolf, The Hague, Netherlands. Oil burner 
device. 2,079,430 ; May 4. 

Bargeboer, Adolf, The Hague, assignor of a part interest 
to Machinefabriek Gebr. Stork & Co. N. V.. Hengelo (O.), 
Netherlands. Rotary pump. 2,092,740 ; Sept. 7. 

Barghausen, Louis H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Artificial limb. 
2,078,.594 ; Apr. 27. 

Barghausen, Louis H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Artificial leg. 
2.078,595 ; Apr. 27. 

Barieau, Jerome E., Auburn, Calif. Climbing attachment 
for skis. 2,077,660 ; Apr. 20. 

Barieau, Jerome E., Auburn, Calif. Ski binding. 
2,102,669 ; Dec. 21. 

Barish, Thomas, Jamestown, N. Y., assignor to The Falk 
Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Variable speed trans- 
mission. 2.090,606 ; Aug. 17. 

Barium Reduction Corporation. (See Pierce, James B., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Barkeij, Jean A. H., Altadena, Calif. Internal combus- 
tion engine. 2,085,943 ; July 6. 

Barker, Charles T. (See Rhodes, E. O., Volkmann, and 
Barker.) 

Barker, Ernest L., Houston, Tex. Packer and setting tool. 
2.076,761 ; Apr. 1.3. 

Barker, Ernest L., Houston, Tex. Well head. 2,087,179 ; 
July 13. 

Barker, Jesse W., Geneva, N. Y. Concealed hinge. 
2,089,327 ; Aug. 10. 

Barker, John L., White Plains, N. Y., assignor to Auto- 
matic Signal Corporation, East Norwalk, Conn. Traffic 
control system. 2,100,831 : Nov. 30. 

Barker, John O., assignor to Sweets Laboratories, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Masticable material. 2,076,112 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Barker, Norris. (See Saaiman, L. S., and Barker.) 

Barker, Percy E., assignor to A. Betz. Cleveland, Ohio. 
Washing machine. 2.084,569 ; June 22. 

Barker, Stuart D. (See Sellen, (Hiarles L., assignor.) 

Barker, William A. (See Bates, A., and Barker.) 

Barker, William A.. Leicester, England, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Sewing 
m.iC'hiiin. 2.087,612; July 20. 

Barker, William T., Jr., West Hartford, assignor to Hart- 
ford-Empire Company, Hartford, Conn. Adjustable 
noncircular orifice ring structure for glass feeders. 
2,075,756 ; Mar. 30. 

Barkle.v, Archlebald S., Detroit. Mich. Aeroplane wing 
structure. 2,071.317 ; Feb. 23. 

Barkley, K. C., et al. (See Alley, Thomas R., assignor.) 

Barkon Tube Lighting Corporation. (See Henderson, J. 
E., and Bock, assignors.) 

Barks, Frank S., assignor to Lincoln Engineering Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Lubricating apparatus. 
2.083,.'i90; June 15. 

Barks. Frank S.. assignor to Lincoln Engineering Com- 
pany, St, Louis, Mo. Lubricating apparatus. 
2,083, .591 ; June 15. 

Barks, Prank S., and V. G. Klein, assignors to Lincoln 
Engineering Company, St. Louis, Mo. Lubricating 
apparatus. 2,081,163 : May 25. 

Barlow, Edwin H., Hillside, A. P. Hewlett, Crnnford. 
and P. E. Kuhl, Elizabeth, N. .T., assignors to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Producing gasoline from 
cracked naphtha. 2,099,835 ; Nov. 23. 

Barlow, Harry, Port Madison, Wash. Garage door oper- 
ating mechanism. 2,096.839 ; Oct. 26. 

Barlow, Lester P., Stamford, Conn. Bottle lock. 
2,072,701 ; Mar. 2. 

Barlow, Roy G. (See Adams, G. L,, and Barlow.) 

r.armer Maschlnenfabrlk Aktlongcsellschaft. (See Boch- 
mann, Otto, assignor.) 

Barmer Maschlnenfabrlk, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Lenk, 
Wilhelm, assignor.) 

Barmer MascliliK^nfabrilc, Aktiengesellsclmft. (See Vol- 
lenhrolch, Tlieodor. assignor.) 

Bnrnion. Daniel W., BulTalo. N, V, Garment. 2.072.020; 
Feb. 23. 

Biirna. Joseph W., Chicago, 111. Manufacture of shoes. 
2,100,79 1 ; Nov. 30. 

Barnard, I'lnoch .\., and II. J. Magulre. .\nnoonda, ^lont., 
assignors to Anaooiida Copni-r Mining Conipany, Now 
York. N. Y. M(>t;illurKli'iil process and apparatus. 
2,OSt,8;tO ; June 22. 

Barnby, Herbert A., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Owens- 
Illlnols Glass Company. Coutulnor. 2.075,770; Mar. 
30. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Barnby, Herbert A., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Owens- 
Illinois Glass Company. Closure. 2,094,567 ; Sept. 28. 

iJarnebl, August J., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Oliver United Filters Incorporated, San 
Francisco, Calif. Filter. 2,073,384 ; Mar. 9. 

Barnebl, August J.. Chicago, assignor to Swenson Evapo- 
rator Company, Harvey, 111. Rotary filter. 2,076,611 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Barnes, Bert C, assignor of one-half to A. S. Johnston, 
Lincoln, Nebr. Brooder. 2,090,778; Aug. 24. 

Barnes, Charles D., Long Beach, assignor to Union Oil 
Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Solvent 
extraction of petroleum fractions. 2,081,524 ; May 25. 

Barnes, Charles D.. Long Beach, and M. T. Flaxman, 
Wilmington, assignors to Union Oil Company of Cali- 
fornia, Los Angeles, Calif. Dewaxing oils. 2,099,190 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Barnes, Charles H. (See Wells, W. T., Barnes, and 
Spencer.) 

Barnes Drill Company. (See Johnson, Albert M., as- 
signor.) 

Barnes Drill Co. (See Johnson, A. M., and Fairbairn, 
assignors.) 

Barnes, Frederick J. T., Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. 
Means for use with drawing-off liquids from containers. 

2.081.131 ; May 25. 

Barnes, Frederick J. T., Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. 
Means for use in drawing off liquids from containers. 

2.081.132 ; May 25. 

Barnes, Frederick J. T., Brisbane, Australia. Variable 
hydraulic power transmission device. 2,086,519 ; July 
13. 

Barnes, Frederick J. T., Brisbane, Australia. Settling 
chamber for selective beverage dispensers. 2,093,702 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Barnes, Frederick J. T., Kingston Hill, England. Tap- 
ping device. 2,086,207 ; July 6. 

Barnes, George L., Terre Haute, Ind. Block or slab 
molding means and method. 2,098,929 ; Nov. 9. 

Barnes, Gladeon M., Hastings, Mich. Gun. 2,066,319 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Barnes, Gladeon M., United States Army, Hastings, 
Mich., and W. E. Preston, Aberdeen, Md. Transmis- 
sion. 2,088,581 ; Aug. 3. 

Barnes, Harold H., Troy, Ohio. Display and dispensing 
rack. 2,094,765 ; Oct. 5. 

Barnes, Henry R., Wauwatosa, Wis. Loose leaf holder 
for binders. 2,091,667 ; Aug. 31. 

Barnes, J. Bailey. (See Elliott, Richard D., assignor.) 

Barnes, John B., assignor to Universal Oil Products Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Conversion of hydrocarbon oils. 
2,079,148 : May 4. 

Barnes, John B., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Conversion of hydrocarbon oils 
2,090,8.59 ; Aug. 24. 

Barnes, John F. (See Wooddell, C. E., and Barnes.) 

Barnes, Lloyd W., assignor of one-half to A. J. Drabik, 
Chicago, 111. Shoe cleaning tool. 2,068,001 ; Jan. 19. 

Barnes, John S., P. R. Guirl, and G. C. Johnson, assignors 
to W. F. & John Barnes Company, Rockford, III. Mate- 
rial working apparatus. 2,098,220 ; Nov. 9. 

Barnes, Marion W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Heating of fluids. 2,075,601 : 
Mar. 30. 

Barnes, Marion W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Heating of fluids. 2,084,307 ; 
June 22. 

Barnes, Marion W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Heating fluids. 2,094,911 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Barnes, Marion W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Heating of fluids. 2,094,912 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Barnes, Marion W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Heating of fluids. 2,094,913 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Barnes, Marion W., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Heating of fluids. 2,102,876 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Barnes, Raleigh II., East Cleveland, and C. L. Radway, 
Cuyahoga Heights, Ohio, assignors to The American 
Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. Gin saw 
blade and its manufacture. 2,071,801 ; Feb. 23. 

Barnes, Samuel W., Jackson, Mich. Firearm cleaning 
accessory. 2,068,637 ; Jan. 19. 

Barnes, W. F. & John,. Company. 
Guirl, and Johnson, assignors.) 

Barnes, Walter P., Cliicago, 111 
2,103,880; Dec. 28. 

Barnes. William A., Mansfield, Ohio, 
construction. 2,096,873 ; Oct. 26. 

Barnes, William B., Indianapolis, Ind. Over-drive trans- 
mission. 2,066,873 ; Jan. 5. 

Barneson, John L. (See Babbitt, Elwln J., assignor.) 

Baruett, (Charles B., Joncsboro, Ark. Armature for relays. 
2,072,616; Mar. 2. 

Barneft, Earl B., North Hollywood, Calif. Lip shield. 
2,079,099 : IMay 4. 

Barnett, Edward deP.., and C. A. Lawrence, London, Eng- 
land, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. 
Manufacture of new phenanthrene derivatives. 
2,092,902 ; Sept. 14. 



(See Barnes, 
Swimming 



J. S., 
cap. 



Insulated container 



Barnett, Edward J., Compton, Calif. Device for dis- 
pensing measured quantities of divided solid material. 
2,102,877 ; Dec. 21. 

Barnett, Herbert J., Danielson, Conn. Lug strap for 
loom picker sticks. 2,073,047 ; Mar. 9. 

Barnett, Jack L., Leeds, England. Supporting confec- 
tionery jars, cordial containers, and the like. 2,080,957 ; 
May 18. 

Barnett, Max H., et al. (See HofEman, Charles D., as- 
signor. ) 

Barney, Harold L., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Con- 
trol circuit. 2,097,507 ; Nov. 2. 

Earnhardt, H. A., et al. (See Preston, Ross J., assignor.) 

Barnhart, Andrew J., and R. F. Essert, Placentia, Calif. 
Flat tire indicator. 2,070,981 ; Feb. 16. 

Barnhart, George E., Pasadena, Calif. Airplane con- 
struction. 2,070,705 ; Feb. 16. 

Barnliart, Philip S., Westfield, assignor to Westfield River 
Paper Company, Russell, Mass. Cement or binder ma- 
terial. 2,098,221 ; Nov. 9. 

Barnhart, Philip S., Westfield, assignor to Westfield River 
Paper Company, Russell, Mass. Making cement or 
bonding material. 2,098,222 ; Nov. 9. 

Barnhart, Philip S., Westfield. assignor to Westfield River 
Paper Company, Russell. Mass. Laminated sheet of 
paper or like material. 2,098,223 ; Nov. 9. 

Barnick, Arthur, assignor to H. E. Schniewind, Wupper- 
tal-Elberfeld, Germany. Making ornamented fabric. 
2,067,816 ; Jan. 12. 

Barnsdall Refining Corporation. (See Wiles, Everett R., 
assignor.) 

Barnsteiner, Alfons, IMansfield, Ohio, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts^ 
burgh. Pa. Cooking appliance. 2,071,810; Feb. 23. 

Barnsteiner, Alfons, Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Range. 2,094,340 ; Sept. 28. 

Barnum, Leslie F., Detroit, Mich. Paper tacking strip. 
2,084,759 ; June 22. 

Baron, Charles S., Tifiin, Ohio. Closure for receptacles. 
2,102,349 ; Dec. 14. 

Barone, Mario. (See Home, M. G., and Barone.) 

Baroni, Peter and S., Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Manufacture of shoes. 2,073,725 ; Mar. 16. 

Baroni, Sante. (See Baroni, Peter and S.) 

Barostat Company. (See ColRn, John R., assignor.) 

liarr, .\lbert M. (See Kahm, Kdwniil. .-issigiinr. ) 

Barr, Bertram. (See Christionsen, Frederic A., assignor.) 

Barr, John L., Chevy Chase, Md. Movable vehicle lifting 
device. 2,071,451 ; Feb. 23. 

Barr, John L., Chevy Chase, Md. Parking device. 
2,075,926 ; Apr. 9. 

Barr, John L., Chevy Chase, Md. Automobile parking 
device. 2,086,459 ; July 6. 

Barr, John L., Chevv Chase. Md. Device for assisting 
steerintr. 2.091.498 : Aug. 31. 

Barr, John L., Chevy Chase, Md. Parking device. 
2,093,183 ; Sept. 14. 

Barr, John L., Chevy Chase, Md. Apparatus for assist- 
ing steering. 2,093,184 ; Sept. 14. 

Barr, John L., Chevy Chase, Md., and J. C. Houghton, 
Washington, D. C, said Houghton assignor to said Barr. 
Device to aid steering. 2,072.792 ; Mar. 2. 

Barr, John L., Chevy Chase, Md., and J. C. Houghton, 
Washington, D. C, said Houghton assignor to said Barr. 
Mechanism to aid steering. 2,078,596; Apr. 27. 

Barr, Roy E., Childress, Tex. Dental instrument. 
2,066,313 ; Jan. 5. 

Barr Rubber Products Company, The. (See Frissell, 
Robert R., assignor.) 

Barr, Walter A., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Koppers Company. Gate valve. 
2,096,420 ; Oct. 19. 

Barr, Willie L., San Angelo, Tex. Gate. 2,086,061; 
July 6. 

Barratt, Frederick R., Krupersdorp, Transvaal, Union of 
South Africa. Supporting and driving tubular grinding 
mills. 2,078,829 ; Apr. 27. 

Barrel Fitting & Seal Corporation of America. (See 
Schwartz, Jiorris, assignor.) 

Barrel!, William A., North Andover, assignor to Lawrence 
Duck Comp.Tuy, Lawrence, Mass. Asbestos filled drier 
felt. 2,098,993 ; Nov. 16. 

Barrel!, William A.. North Andover, assignor to Lawrence 
Duck Company, Lawrence, Mass. Asbestos-faced drier 
felt. 2,098,994 ; Nov. 16. 

Barrel!, William A., North Andover, assignor to Lawrence 
Duck Company, Lawrence, Mass. Asbestos textile yarn. 
2,098,995 ; Nov. 16. 

Barrett Company, The. (See Altheide, Harry F., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Bergeim, Frank H., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Cowdery, Arthru B., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Eckert, CHarence R., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Emberg, George, assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Eneel, Karl H., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See P'air, William P., Jr., as- 
signor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



43 



Barrett Company, The. (See Gambrill, George T., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Gould, David F., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Harvey, E. \V., and Jones, 
assignors. ) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Holdsworth, Eichard A., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Imes, Harold E., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Miller, Stuart P., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Miller, S. P., and Suther- 
land, assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Pearl, John W., assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Penley, Banjamin S., as- 
signor. ) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Penley, B. S., and Holds- 
worth, assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Radasch, A. H., and By- 
veater, assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Reeve, Charles S., as- 
signor. ) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Robert, John, assignor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Roberts, Robert G., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Stebbins, J. D., and Yeager, 
assignors.) 

Barrett Company, The. (See Sutherland, Leslie T., as- 
signor.) 

Barrett, Edward L., La Grange, assignor to Utah Radio 
Products Company, Chicago, HI. Vibratory motor de- 
vice. 2,071,384; Feb. 23. 

Barrett, Edward L., La Grange, assignor to Utah Radio 
Products Company, Chicago, HI. Remote control device. 
2,075,972 ; Apr. 6. 

Barrett, Edward L., La Grange, assignor to The Utah 
Radio Products Company, Chicago, 111. Remote con- 
trol device for radio receiving sets. 2,096,953 ; Oct. 26. 

Barrett. Edward L.. La Grange, and F. P.r.nnflstroin. ns- 
signors to Utah Radio Products Company, Chicago, 111. 
Mechanical power transmitting or receiving device. 
2,071,383 ; Feb. 23. 

Barrett, Edward L., La Grange, 111., and M. J. Manahan. 
Mount Vernon, N. Y., assignors to Utah Radio Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Vibratory motor device. 
2.072,578 : Mar. 2. 

Barrett, Edwin W., Barrington, assignor to Warren Tex- 
tile and Machinery Supply Co., Warren, R. I. Filling- 
feeler for looms. 2,075,775 ; Mar. 30. 

Barrett, Edwin W., Barrington, assignor to Warren Tex- 
tile and Machinery Supply Co., Warren, R. I. Warp 
stop motion for looms. 2.098,560 ; Nov. 9. 

Barrett, Francis J., Jr., assignor to Candy & Company, 
Inc., Chicago. 111. Sanctuary lamp and candle therefor. 
Ee. 20,434 ; July 6. 

Barrett, George L., Detroit, Mich. Steam boiler. 
2,069,693 ; Feb. 2. 

Barrett, Harvey N. (See Eells, H. P., Jr., and Barrett.) 

Barrett, Joseph J., assignor to The Magnavox Company, 
Fort Wayne, Ind. Condenser and producing same. 
2,086,993 ; July 13. 

Barrett, Leon J. (See Hyde. William A., assignor.) 

Barrett, Walter A., Fort Wayne, Ind. Filtering machine. 
2,083,812 ; .Tune 15. 

Barrett, Walter A., Fort Wayn^ Ind. Pasteurizer. 
2,088,990 ; Aug. 3. 

Barrett, William, International Falls, assignor to The 
Insulite Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Bundling appa- 
ratus. 2,066,449 ; Jan. 5. 

Barrie, William E., East Corinth, Vt. Milking pad. 
2.077.202 : Apr. 13. 

Barringer, Elmer D., Cleveland, Ohio. Casement window 
weatherstrip moans. 2,060,712 ; Jan. 5. 

Barringer, Laurence E., assignor of one-half to P. Hu- 
bacher, Carnegie, Pa. Coal stoker. 2,093,595 ; Sept. 
21. 

Barron, Edward T., Minneapolis, Minn. Water heating 
apparatus. 2.089,176 ; Aug. 10. 

Barron, John, Cecil Township, Washington County. Pa. 
Mining tool. 2.089.245: Aug. 10. 

Barron, Robert J. (See Edwards, Evan E., and J. C. 
and Barron.) 

Barron, Steve. (See Leja, Jdzef, assignor.) 

Barrett, William E., Aurora, Ind. Volumetric liquid dis- 
penser. 2,099,.'591 ; Nov. 16. 

Barrow, Claude W., assignor to Lichfield Shirts Limited, 
Christchurch, New Zealand. Collar. 2,070,464: Feb. 9. 

Barrow, George M., Derry, assignor to Westlnghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Cotter device. 2,075,082: Mar. 30. 

Barrowcliff, Marmaduke. (See Sharp, P. L., and Barrow- 
clIIT.) 

Barrows, Donald S. (See Kadel, J?. W., and Barrows, 
assignors.) 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symlngtor-Cnnld 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway (ruck. 
2,067,471 ; Jan. 12. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould Cor- 
poration, Rochester, N. Y. Railway tnick. 2,009,207; 
Feb. 2. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Rymlnglon-Gould 
(;orporallon, Rochester, N. Y. Draft rigging. 2,077,(111 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Draft rigging. 
2,080,012 ; Aug. 3. 



Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Draft rigging. 2,092,949 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Railway truck. 
2,100,181 ; Nov. 23. 

Barrows, Donald S., and G. F. Couch, assignors to The 
Symington-Gould Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Rail- 
way truck. 2,066,602 ; Jan. 5. 

Barry, Gerald J., assignor to Philco Radio & Television 
Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Flexible coupling for 
radio volume control or the like. 2,100,232 ; Nov. 23. 

Barry, Paul, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, Germany. Stuffing box 
packing. 2,069,056 ; Jan. 26. 

Barry, Robert E., et al. (See Mann, William B. W., as- 
signor.) 

Barry, Robert E., et al. (See Thompson, Guy S., as- 
signor.) 

Barry, William J. (See Catterall, W. H., and Barry.) 

Barsby, Charles R., Liverpool, and H. R. L. Streight, Run- 
corn, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Indus- 
tries Limited. Acid resisting composition. 2,079,756 ; 
May 11. 

Barsch, Guillaume, Paris, France, assignor to Industrie 
A. G. Allegro, Emmenbrucke, Switzerland. Blade sharp- 
ening device. 2,099,791 ; Nov. 23. 

Bartek, John S., assignor to Consolidated Machine Tool 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Thread forming chaser 
and supporting means therefor. 2,093,506 ; Sept. 21. 

Bartek, John S., assignor to Consolidated Machine Tool 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Tap structure. 
2,093,507 ; Sept. 21. 

Bartel, Harry H. (See Bagley, W. E., and Bartel.) 

Bartel, Harry H., assignor to Huck-Gerhardt Company, 
Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Hinge structure. 2,070,557 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Bartell, Floyd E., Ann Arbor, Mich. Textile testing ma- 
chine. 2,079,591 : May 11. 

Bartell, Floyd E., Ann Arbor, assignor to G. E. Wilder, 
W. A. Defnet, S. Field, J. H. Smith, F. MacKenzie, 
Y. P. Hardcastle, D. K. Laub, D. J. McNabb, and S. V. 
Laub, Detroit, Mich. Thread element and process and 
apparatus for making it. 2,080,905 ; May 18. 

Bartell, Floyd E., Ann Arbor, assignor to Copeman Labo- 
ratories Company, Flint, Mich. Treating textile fabric. 
2,097,012; Oct. 26. 

Bartels, Hans, Berlin-Spandau, assignor to Klangfllm 6. 
m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Recording of sound. 
2,092,868 ; Sept. 14. 

Bartels, Hans, Berlin-Spandau, assignor to Telefunken 
Gesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphic m. b. H., Ber- 
lin, Germany. Automatic control of amplification. 
2,098,370; Nov. 9. 

Bartels, Hans, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft fur 
Drahtlose Telegraphic m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Linear amplifier circuit. 2,101,525 ; Dec. 7. 

Bartels, Hans, and H. Friedrich, assignors to Telefunken 
Gesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, 
Germany. Automatic gain control circuit. 2,077,139 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Bartels, Henry, Chicago, 111. Wall cabinet. 2,070,641 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Barth, Chester A., Cicero, 111., assignor to Interst.ite 
Roofing & Supply Co. Wall covering. 2,072,280 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Barth, Walther, Binghamton, and J. Forrest, Windsor, as- 
signors to Agfa Ansco Corporation, Binghamton, N. Y. 
Prepared chemicals and preparing the same. 2,074,200 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Bartha, Alfred, Budapest, Hungary. Machine for join- 
ing skins. 2,077.304 ; Apr. 13. 

Barthel, Oliver E., Detroit, Mich. Child's wagon. 
2,077,543 ; Apr. 20. 

Barthel, Rudolf O., Frankfort-on-tho-Main, Germany, as- 
signor to American Lurgi Corporation. New York. N. Y. 
Working copper alloys and more particularly copper 
alloys containing less than about twelve per cent tin. 
2,070,239 : May 4. 

Bartholemy, Henri L., Rome, Ga.. assignor to Tubizo 
Chatlllon Corporation, Now York, N. Y. Manufacture 
of artificial silk. 2,066,385 ; Jan. 5. 

Barth<51oiny, Henri L., and E. E. lIulTman, Rome, Ga., as- 
signors to Tubize Chatlllon Corporation, Now York, 
N. Y. Manufacturing acetyl cellulose of improved 
clarit.y. 2,082,238 ; June 1. 

Barthelemy, Ren6, Fontenay Aux Roses, assignor lo Com- 
pagnle pour la F.ibrlcatlon dos Coiuptcnrs et JIatorial 
D'Uslnes a Gaz, Mont rouge, (Seine) France. Reception 
of electric signaling Impulses. 2,070,774 ; Feb. 16. 

Bartho, John. (See Dowan, Ij., and Bartlio.) 

Hartlioldt, CJlarrnce L., Kansas CItv, Mo. Printing press 
feeder. 2,007,013; Oct. 20. 

Bartholomew, Frank J. (Sec Iloclionblolknor, I., and Bar- 
tholomew.) 

Bartlioloinow, George P., Essex Falls, N. J., nnd R. V. 
Fleming, Salt Lake City, Utah, n.s.slgnor.s to American 
Smelling and Refining Coinpanv. Now York, N. Y. Ro- 
diii'lng oxidized ores of zinc. 2,09(1.7 TO; Oct. 20. 

Rnrdiolomow. Howard W., I'ottstown, rn„ assignor to 
Doelilor Dip ('Mstlug Companv, Toledo, Ohio. Milling 
miioliino. 2,009,290; Fob. 2. 

lt;irlli(ili)niow. Itoliort ,T., CiMinniitown, I'n. Winding nin- 
cliliio. 2. 103, 317; Doc. 28. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Bartholomew, Robert J., Germantown, Pa., assignor to 
Fletcher Works, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Thread 
covering machine. 2,081,573 : May 25. 

Bartlebaugh, Benjamin C, Wheeling, W. Va. Air condi- 
tioning fan. 2,083,813 ; June 15. 

Bartlett, C. O., & Snow Company, The. (See Bighouse, 
Henry H., assignor.) 

Bartlett, C. O., & Snow Company, The. (See Snow, Karl 
F., assignor.) 

Bartlett, John N., Cleveland, Ohio. Amusement ride. 
2,069,664 ; Feb. 2. 

Bartlett, John N., Cleveland, Ohio. Amusement device. 
2,081,261 ; May 25. 

Bartlett, John X.. Tonawanda, X. Y. Amusement ride. 
2,076,113 ; Apr. 6. 

Bartlett, John N., Tonawanda, X. Y. Amusement ap- 
paratus. 2,080,029 ; May 11. 

Bartlett, John X., Tonawanda, X. Y. Amusement device. 
2,093,795 ; Sept. 21. 

Bartlett, Oscar L., Cairo, 111. Agitator for stokers 
2,084,237 ; June 15. 

Bartlett, William, and R. Carpenter, assignors of one- 
third to Wm. S. Ryan, Spencer, W. "Va. Radio tube 
rejuvenator. 2,073,190 ; Mar. 9. 

Bartmess, Meigs W., Springfield, Mass., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Thermal protective system. 2,066,904 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Bartol, George E., Jr., Wynnewood, Pa., assignor to C. 
Howard Hunt Pen Company, Camden, X. J. Manufac- 
turing pens. 2.067,040 ; Jan. 5. 

Barton. Albert R. (See Llewellvn, L. K.. and Barton.) 

Barton, Ax-mand, Chicago, HI. Moving toy. 2,100,372 ; 
Xov. 30. 

Barton, Clarence H., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to William C. Starkey, Raymond 
S. Prultt and Walter H. Beal, trustees. Transmission. 
2,067,592 ; Jan. 12. 

Barton, Frank. (See Barclay, W. E., and Barton.) 

Barton, James F., EdwardsvUle, 111. Form puller. 
2,099,592 : Xov. 16. 

Barton. John W., Cleveland, Ohio. Steam trap. 
2,083,770 ; June 15. 

Barton, Larry J., assignor to Clorox Chemical Co., Oak- 
land, Calif. Ointment. 2,095.092 ; Oct. 5. 

Barton, Loy E., Collin^swood, ^'. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. 
May 4. 

Barton, Loy E., Collingswood, 
Corporation of America. 
2,084,180; June 15. 

Barton, Loy E., Collingswood, 
Corporation of America. 
2,084,181 ; June 15. 

Barton, Loy E., Collingswood, 
Corporation of America. 
2,085,408 ; June 29. 

Barton, Loy E.. Collingswood, N. J 



Demodulator. 2,078.994 ; 

N. J., assignor to Radio 
Radio signaling system. 



N. J., 
Radio 

N. J., 

Diode 



assignor to Radio 
signaling system. 

assignor to Radio 
rectifier circuit. 



assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Frequency monitoring device. 
2,086.892 ; July 13. 

Barton. Loy E., Collingswood, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments to Radio Corporation of America. X'ew 
York, X. Y. Crvstal controlled oscillator. 2,092,147 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Barton, Loy E.. Collingswood. >r. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. "Volume control circuits. 
2,101,832 ; Dec. 14. 

Barton, Loy E., ColUngswood, N. J., and C. C. Chambers. 
Lansdowne, Pa., assignors to Radio Corporation of 
America. Mutual conductance meter. 2,083,357 ; 
June 8. 

Barton, Paul D. (See Banks, D. B.. and Barton.) 

Barton, Paul D., Scarsdale, X. Y., and D. B. Banks. TTpper 
Darby, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Sun Oil 
Company. Philadelphia, Pa. Dewaxing hydrocarbon 
oils. 2,102,828 ; Dec. 21. 

Barton, Raymond L., Monrovia, Calif. Baking utensil. 
2,096,720 ; Oct. 26. 

Barton. Raymond L., Monrovia, Calif. Baking utensil. 
2,096,727 : Oct. 26. 

Bartnsz, Joseph A., assignor of one-half to A. C. Burk, 
Salem, Oreg. Handle and shank therefor. 2,103.442 ; 
Dec. 2S. 

Bartram, Thomas W., Nitro, W. Va., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Monsanto Chemical Companv. St. Louis, 
Mo. Preservation of rubber. 2,081,613; May 25. 

Bartsch, Henry G., Washington, D. C. Slate supporting 
clip. 2,097,715 : Xov. 2. 

Bartsch, Herbert E.. Chicago, 111., assignor to Fniversal 
Draft Gear Attachment Co. Hand brake. 2,071,269; 
Feb. 16. 

Bartscherer, Franz, Duisburg-Hamborn, Germany. Im- 
proving the structure of steel products. 2.066.314 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Bartune, Richard, Teltow-Seehof, near Berlin, A. Hart- 
mann, Berlin-Llchterfelde, J. J. Stoeckly. Teltow-Seehof, 
near Berlin, and J. Uvtenbogaart, Berlin-Lichterfelde, 
Germany, assignors to Xorth American Rayon Corpora- 
tion. Manufacture of multicolored filaments. 2,070,194; 
Feb. 9. 

Bartiinek, Richard. (See Stoeckley, J. J., and Bartunek.) 

Bartuska, Emil E. (See Bnrtuska, Frank J. and E. E.) 

Bartuska. Frank J. and E. K.. Riverside. 111. Attachment 
for a nonfogglng glazing panel. 2,071,811 ; Feb. 23. 



Baruch, Hartwig X., White Marsh, O. T. Amory, Newport 
News, and O. A. Bloxom, Battery Park, Va. Heating 
unit. 2,075,161 ; Mar. 30. 

Baruch, Sydney N., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Nortron Patents Corp., New York, N. Y. Electronic re- 
lay. 2,071,057 ; Feb. 16. 

Baruth, Karl-Heinz, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany. 
Preparing tea free from theine. 2.085.489 : June 29. 

Barycz. Frank V., assignor of one-half to A. Carta, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Slitting and cutting device for wire 
insulation and the like. 2.0S9.528 ; Aug. 10. 

Barz, Friedrich, Berlin-Lankwitz, and C. Bfaband, Berlin- 
Wilmersdorf, assignors to Allgemeine Elektricitata 
Gesellscbaft Friedrich Karl Ufer, Berlin, Germany. 
Current regulation through grid-controlled vapor dis- 
charge vessels. 2,086,994 ; July 13. 

Basca Manufacturing Company. (See Gray, Emmet P., as- 
signor.) 

Basch, David, Schenectady, X. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Clamp. 2,081,047 ; May 18. 

Baschant, Karl, Berlin-Charlottenburg, assignor to "Min- 
eralochemie" A. G. fiir metallurgische und chemische 
Produkte, Vienna, Austria. Gas exhaustion from loco- 
motives and other furnaces. 2,077,029 ; Apr. 13. 

Bascle, Joseph A., and W. H. Berrv, Xew Orleans, La. 
Hydraulic clutch. 2,066,450 ; Jan. 5. 

Bascom, Henry M. (See Anderson E. N., Bascom, Getz, 
and Sandalls.) 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago. 111. Clasp brake. 2.071,963; Feb. 23. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to .\merican Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, HI. Clasp brake. 2.071,964 ; Feb. 23. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Clasp brake. 2,077.661 : Apr. 20. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, HI. Clasp brake. 2,077,662 ; Apr. 20. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Unit cylinder clasp brake. 2,084,071 ; 
June 15. 

Baselt, Walter H.. assignor to American Steel Foundries. 
Chicago, 111. Clasp brake. 2.084,072 ; June 15. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Clasp brake. 2.084.073 ; June 15. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, HI. Clasp brake. 2,084,074 ; June 15. 

Baselt, Walter H.. assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Clasp brake. 2,086,842 ; July 13. 

Baselt, Walter H.. assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Clasp brake. 2.093,796; Sept. 21. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, ni. Brake mechanism. 2.093.797 ; Sept. 21. 

Baselt. Walter H.. assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago. 111. Clasp brake. 2.093.798 ; Sept. 21. 

Baselt, Walter H., assienor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago. 111. Clasp brake. 2.: 01,488 : Dec. 7. 

Basgan, Ion, Bucharest, Rumania. Rotary well drilling 
apparatus. 2,103.137 ; Dec. 21. 

Basham, Clement, Fort Worth, Tex. Lawn cultivator. 
2.090,973 ; Aug. 24. 

Bashe, Carl E., Minneapolis, Minn. Concrete insert. 
2 079.478 ; May 4. 

Basher. Geoffery, G.. Bakersfield, Calif. Oil well pump. 
2.068,729 ; Jan. 26. 

Bashford, Frederick G. C, and W. P. McLaren, Montreal, 
Quebec, Canada. Promoting combustion in internal 
combustion engines. 2,100,466 ; Xov. 30. 

Bashford. Raymond I.. Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to 
Atlas Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Preventing 
the formation of sleet on mobile bodies. 2.098,482 ; 
Xov. 9. 

Bashore, John W. (See Porter. H. W., and Bashore.) 

Bashore, Ralph M., Womelsdorf, Pa. Moistening mecha- 
nism for feeding threads. 2,080,996 ; May 18. 

Basic Dolomite, Incorporated. (See Eells. Howard P., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Basic Dolomite, Inc. (See Lee, Harley C, assignor.) 

Basic Dolomite. Inc. (See Patnne. W.ilter W., assignor.) 

liasile, Anthonv and V. L.. Far Rockawav, X. Y. Garage 
door. 2.082.774 ; June S. 

Basile. Victor L. (See Basile. .\nthonv and V. L.) 

Baskin. Charles M., Montreal, Quebec, Canada, assignor to 
Standard Oil Development Company. Bituminous pave- 
ments of high structural strength and making same. 
2.074,010; Mar. 16. 

Daslvin. Morris J.. I)onvor. Colo. Xonspecific spormatoxic 
vaccino and producing same. 2,103,240: Dec. 28. 

Baskin, Salem N. (See Cobb, John L., assignor.) 

Easier, Hermann, Berlin. Germany. Device for the manu- 
facture of plates, sheets, or slabs of various properties 
from vegetable fibrous pulp. 2.095,118 ; Oct. .). 

Basore, Clobiime A., and D. T. Jones. Auburn, assignors 
to The Chemical Research and Development Company, 
Birmingham, Ala. Coating iron, steel or steel alloys. 
2,075,879 ; Apr. 6. 

Bass, Harold W., Elmira, assignor to American Sales Book 
Company. Idc. Niagara Falls. X. Y. Unitarv manifold 
record assembly. 2.089.328 : Aug. 10. 

Bass, J. v., et al. (See Beckler, Oakley K., assignor.) 

Bass. Shaller L., assignor to The Dow Cliemical Company, 
Midland, Mich. Aryl phosphoric acid halides. 
2.071.017 : Feb. 16. 

Bass. Shaller L., assignor to The Dow Chemical Company, 
-Midland. Mich. Organic phosphates and making same. 
2,071,323; Feb. 23. 



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Bass, Shailer L., assignor to The Dow Chemical Company, 
Midland, Mich. Purification of alpha-hydroxy-aliphatic 
acids. 2,092,494 ; Sept. 7. 

Bassani, Laurent. (See Valentin, A., and Bassani.) 

Basseches, Jacob T. (See Levin, Michael, assignor.) 

Basset, Lucien P., Paris, France. Manufacture of iron 
or steel and Portland cement in a rotary furnace. 
2,067,373 ; Jan. 12. 

Bassett, Ethel N., Lincoln, Nebr. Bathtub. 2,081,728 ; 
May 25. 

Bassett, Gerald L. (See Steinberger, A. J., Bassett, and 
Bifnenstein.) 

Bassett, Harry J., Clierry Valley, Mass. Tension de- 
vice for loom shuttles. 2,081,081 ; May 18. 

Bassett, Harry P., Cynthiana, Ky., assignor to Meigs, 
Bassett and Slaughter, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Remov- 
ing solvents from plastic colloids. 2,095,961 ; Oct. 19. 

Bassett, Preston R., Rockville Centre, assignor to Sperry 
Gyroscope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Binaural 
system of blind landing. 2,083,494 : June 8. 

Bassett, Preston R., Rockville Centre, and B. G. Carlson, 
Queens Village, assignors to Sperry Gyroscope Company, 
Inc., Brooklyn. N. Y. Flight level control for auto- 
matic pilots. 2,091,300 ; Aug. 31. 

Bassett, Preston R,, Roclcville Centre, and S. J. Zand, 
Forest Hills, assignors to Sperry Gyroscope Company, 
Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Soundproof cabin for aircraft. 
2,095,626 : Oct. 12. 

Bassett, Robert S.. Buffalo, N. Y. Device for metering 
liquids. 2 095,485; Oct. 12. 

Bassett, Sarah H., executrix. (See Bassett, William H.) 

Bassett, William H,, deceased, by S. H. Bassett, Cheshire, 
executrix ; said Bassett assignor to The American Brass 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Copper-silicon-zinc-tin- 
lead alloy. 2,075,004 ; Mar. 30. 

Bassett, William H., deceased, by S. H. Bassett, Cheshire, 
executrix ; said Bassett assignor to The American Brass 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Copper-silicon-zinc-lead 
alloy. 2,075,005; Mar. 30. 

Bassett, William H., Cheshire, assignor to American Brass 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Copper silicon alloys. 
2,075,014 ; Mar. 30. 

Bassetti, Adam H., West Haven, Conn. Safety bracket 
for dump bodies. 2,082,139 ; June 1. 

Bassick Company, The. (See Claud-Mantle, Arthur, as- 
signorj 

Bassick (jompany. The. (See Herold, Walter F., assignor.) 

Bassick Company, The. ' (See Logie, Thomas T., as- 
signor.) 

Bassick Company, The. (See Scott, M. R., and Herold, 
assignors.) 

Bassler, Carlos J., assignor to American Liquid Meter 
Company, Alhambra, Calif. Apparatus for measuring 
oil or the like. 2,097,829 ; Nov. 2. 

Bassoff, Arthur B., Brooklyn^ N. Y. Infinitely variable 
speed mechanical transmission system. 2,066,758 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Bast, Frank J., Queens Village, assignor to Charles J. 
Tagliabue Mfg. Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. Heat-processing 
recorder. 2,099,417 ; Nov. 16. 

Bastable, Edward H., Jamaica Plains, Mass. Manufac- 
ture of shoes. 2,083,137 ; June 8. 

Bastable, Edward H., Jamaica Plain, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Attaching heels to shoes. 2,087,880 ; July 27. 

Bastable, Edward H., Jamaica Plain, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Fastening. 2,087.881 : Julv 27. 

Basteni, Prank. (See Borenstein, W., and Bastenl.) 

Bastian-Blessing Company, The. (See Evleth, Earl M., 
assignor.) 

Bastlan Brothers Company. (See Mitchel, Charles F., 
assignor.) 

Batallle, Roger. (See Ponsot, T. E., Bataille, and 
Kirsch.) 

Batchelder, Augustus H., Berkeley, assignor to Standard 
Oil Company of California, San Francisco, Calif. Liquid 
coating composition. 2,087,395 ; July 20. 

Batchelder, Clifton T., Havprhill, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Skiving machine. 2,089,240: Aug. ]0. 

Batchelder, Harry C, et al. (See Rowe, F. H., and Chan- 
dler, assignors.) 

Batchelder, Laurence, Peterborough, N. IT., assignor to 
Submarine Signal Company, Boston, Mass. Electrical 
circuits. 2,060,208; Feb. 2. 

Batchelder, Laurence, Cambridge, assignor to Submarine 
Signal Company, Boston, Mass. Electric compensator. 
2,070,570; Feb. 16. 

Batchelder, Laurence, Cambridge, assignor to Submarine 
Signal Company, Boston, Mass. Electrical compen- 
sator. 2,088,580 ; Aug. 3. 

BatclioU, George W., Toledo, Ohio. Mulliplate trans- 
parency. 2,077.305: Apr. 13. 

Batcheller, Clements, Glens Falls. N. Y. Making Portland 
cement products. 2,006,550 ; Jan. 5. 

Bntcholler, Clements, Portsmouth, N. IT., assignor to Bcmis 
Industries, Incorporated, Boston, Mass. Prof'(>ss and 
apparalus for making and coloring cement fiber and 
the like products. 2,097,013; Nov. 2. 

Batcheller, Ilugh W., Wallliam, assignor to Stnndnrd Mfg. 
Co., Worcester, Mass. Electric switch. 2,087,035 ; July 
27. 



Batchelor, John C, New York, N. Y. Entertainment re- 
ceiver. 2,068,002 ; Jan. 19. 

Batchelor, John C, assignor to Afiiliated Industrial Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Illuminating device. 
2,097,400; Oct. 26. 

Batdorf, Seymour, Lancaster, Pa., assignor to Liberty 
Can and Sign Company. Box. 2,083,356 ; June 8. 

Batdorf, Seymour, assignor to Liberty Can and Sign 
Company, Lancaster, Pa. Box. 2,093,508 ; Sept. 21. 

Bate, Warwick G., Newton Falls, Ohio. Refrigerated dis- 
play cabinet. 2,081,048 ; Blay 18. 

Bateman, Dorothy E., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Coated articles and making same. 
2,087,013 ; July 13. 

Bateman, Fred H., Company. (See Bateman, F. H., and 
Trolley, assignors.) 

Bateman, Frederic H., and I. Trolley, York, Pa., assignors 
to Fred H. Bateman Company, Camden, N. J. Twin- 
row potato planter. 2,071,324; Feb. 23. 

Bateman, Frederic H., and I. Trolley, York, Pa., assignors 
to Fred H. Bateman Company, Camden, N. J. Vege- 
table digger. 2,071,325 ; Feb. 23. 

Bateman, Thomas A., Los Angeles, Calif. Valveless ro- 
tary pump. 2,076,536 ; Apr. 13. 

Bates, Arthur, North Attleboro, Mass., assignor to Evans 
Case Company. Ornamentation. 2,081,082 ; May 18. 

Bates, Arthur, and W. A. Barker, Leicester, England, 
assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Pater- 
son, N. J. Starting and stopping mechanism. 
2,090,661 ; Aug. 24. 

Bates, Beulah H. (See Bates, Walter A., assignor.) 

Bates, Fred G., Highland Park, Mich. Hinge. 2,067,884 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Bates, Fred G., Highland Park, and L. B. Bishop, Detroit, 
Mich. Hinge. 2,080,597 ; May 18. 

Bates, George A., assignor of forty per cent to C. V. 
Lally and twenty per cent to H. Albert, Cambridge, 
Mass. Decoy. 2,100,623 ; Nov. 30. 

Bates, George G., Kingston, N. Y. Fruit cleaner and 
polisher. 2,091,064; Aug. 24. 

Bates, Hamilton C., Chester, Conn. Folding receptacle. 
2,078,995 ; May 4. 

Bates, Harry H., Ridley Park, Pa. Pulverizer. 2,097,910 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Bates, Harry H., and W. O. Bates, Jr., Joliet, 111. Tractor 
and the like. 2,092,365 ; Sept. 7. 

Bates, James F., Johnsonville, New Zealand. Controlling 
the rear lamp of motor vehicles. 2,097,014 ; Oct. 26. 

Bates, Jesse G., assignor to Automatic Stapler Company, 
Chicago, 111. Box closing machine. 2,085,208 ; June 
29. 

Bates, John B., assignor to Titanite Alloys Corporation, 
Euclid, Ohio. Aluminum alloy. 2,098,081 ; Nov. 2. 

Bates, John R., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to J. Chase. Emergency rain <ioat. 
2,085,890 ; July 6. 

Bates, Joseph D., Springfield, Mass. Mop. 2,073,726; 
Mar. 16. 

Bates, Lester N., Fremont, Ohio. Upkeep of nonporous 
gloves. 2,074,140; Mar. 16. 

Bates, Lloyd G., West Hartford, assignor to Hartford- 
Empire Company, Hartford, Conn. Forming hollow 
glassware. 2,078,919 ; Apr. 27. 

Bates Manufacturing Company. (See Goulct, Henry J., 
assignor.) 

Bates, Mortimer F. (See Carter, L. F., and Bates.) 

Bates, Ralph I., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Shock absorber. 

2,074,355 ; Mar. 23. 

Bates, Sidney Q. (See Batterson, C. K., and Bates.) 

Bates, Sidney Q., Houston, Tex. Fluid operated pump. 
2,101,833; "Dec. 14. 

Bates, Walter A., assignor to B. H. Bates, Gary, Ind. 
Grating. 2,082,197; June 1. 

Bates, William O., Jr. (See Bates, Harry H., and W. O., 
Jr.) 

Batoy, Alan, Montrt-al, Quebec, Canada. Steering wheel 
switch oporatinc apparatus. 2,000.322 ; Aug. 17. 

Bath, John, & Company. (See Ackley, Ervin L., as- 
signor.) 

Bath, Wilmer H., Consholiocken, assignor to The Sharpies 
Specialty Company, I'hllndplphia, Pa. Seal for cen- 
trifugal separators. 2,087,726 ; .Tuly 20. 

Bath, Wilmer IT., West Conshohocken, assignor to The 
Sharpies Specialty Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Cen- 
trifugal machine. 2,087,727 ; July 20. 

Batie, Bert J., Twisp, Wash. Potato digger. 2,095,428 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Batle Joseph E., assignor to Kelsoy-nayes Wheel Coiu- 

Sjiny, Detroit, Mich. Forming brake drums. 2,080,488; 
uly 0. 
Batle, Joseph E., assignor lo Kelsey-TInyos Wheel Com- 

panv. Petrnit, Mich. Method and aii|inratua for form- 

ing'dlsks. 2,091.578: Aiir. ".1. 
r.nlsel, Cecil N. (See Baker, J. O., and Ujilsel.) 
UnLsel, Cecil N.. H.-iddonlleld. N. J., assignor to Radio 

Coii)orntlon of .\niorlca. Combined sound and pk'turo 

appnrntus. 2,0!)S.(I!)i» ; Nov. 9. 
Balsel, (^-(•ll N., llnddoii Heights. N. J., assignor to Radio 

(Corporation of .\inerlca. Couiblnod sound and iiloturt> 

apparatus. 2,008.700 ; Nov. 9. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Batsel, Max C, Collingswood, N. J., and H. Belar, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., assignors to Eadio Corporation of America. 
Photographic recording and reproduction of sound. 
2,075,496 ; Mar. 30. 

Batt, Howard H., Los Angeles, Calif. Producing smoke 
and fog effects. 2,070,038 ; Feb. 9. 

Battaline, John, Hartford, Conn. Container. 2,093,123 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Battegay, Martin, Mulhouse, France, assignor to The 
Calco Chemical Co., Inc., Bound Brook, N. J. N-chloro- 
sulphonvlamides and their preparation. 2,079,541 ; 
Jlav 4. 

Battelle Memorial Institute, The. (See Bird, B. M., 
Thomas, and Rea, assignors.) 

Battelle Memorial Institute. (See Harder, O. E., and 
Sullivan, assignors.) 

Battelle Memorial Institute, The. (See Sullivan, John D., 
assignor.) 

Batten, Percy H., assignor to Twin Disc Clutch Com- 
pany, Racine, Wis. Reversing mechanism. 2,077,663 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Batten, Percy H., and W. J. Pearmain, assignors to Twin 
Disc Clutch Company, Racine, Wis. Clutch. 2,072,852 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Batterien-u.-Elemente-Fabrik System Zeiler A.-G. (See 
Schneider, Paul, assignor.) 

Battermann, Ludwig A. ( See Confelin, J. W., and Batter- 
mann. ) 

Battersby, William D. (See Bauer, H. C, and Parker, 
assignors.) 

Batterson, (Clarence K., and S. Q. Bates, Houston, Tex. ; 
said Batterson assignor to said Bates. Injection pump. 
2.093,408 ; Sept. 21. 

Battery Patents Corporation. (See Henry, Harry H., as- 
signor.) 

Battey, Alpxander J. (See Eabezzana, H., and Battey. I 

Battey. William A., Haverford, Pa., assignor to Pennsyl- 
vania Crusher Company, New York, N. Y. Crushing 
machinery. 2,080,407 ; May 18. 

Battin, Pauline N., College Point, N. Y. Garbage recep- 
tacle. 2,079,592; May 11. 

Battjes, Harold A., Grand Rapids, Mich. Toy construction 
card. 2,075,259 ; Mar. 30. 

Battle Creek Bread Wrapping Machine Company. (See 
Littlefield, Carl, assignor.) 

Battocchi. Silvio. Bronx, N. Y. Sharpening device. 
2,098,530; Nov. 9. 

iattye, Albert E., J. T. Marsh, J. Tankard, W. H. Watson, 
and F. C. Wood, assignors to Tootal Broadhurst Lee 
Company Limited, Manchester, England. Impregnation 
of textile fabrics. 2.088,227 ; July 27. 

Battve, Melford D., Daly City, Calif. Collapsible oUa 
cover. 2,084,423 ; June 22. 

Batz, George C, and H. H. Lanning, Topeka, Kans. 
Spring assembly. 2,073,533 ; Mar. 9. 

Batzer, George J., Cleveland. Ohio, assignor to Micromatic 
Hone Corporation. Grinding device. 2,102,053 ; Dec. 
14. 

Baucom, George E., and K. M. Banks, Raleigh, N. C. ; 
said Banks assignor to H. H. Hearn. Internal com- 
bustion engine water system cleaner. 2,095,407 ; Oct. 
12. 

Baudry, Ren4 A., Wilkinsburg. and L. M. Tichvinsky, 
Pittsburgh, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manu- 
facturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Oil ring for 
bearing lubrication. 2,090,465 : Aug. 17. 

Bauer, Alfred, Cannstatt-Stuttgart, Germany, assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to ^Magnesium Development Cor- 
poration. Pressure-casting apparatus. 2,072,864 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Bauer, Andrew, Jr., Forest Hills, N. Y., and R. Whewell, 
New Bedford, Mass., assignors to United Merchants 
and Aianufacturers, Inc., New York, N. Y. Curtain. 
2,079,831 ; May 11. 

Bauer, Bruno, Vienna, Austria. Combination wrapping. 
2,074,320 ; Mar. 23. 

Bauer, Charles A. (See Smith, Charles N., H. G., and 
Bauer.) 

Bauer, Eddie, Seattle, Wash. Weighting shuttlecocks. 
2,093i301 ; Sept. 14. 

Bauer, Edward W., Ocean Park. Calif. Electrical switch 
for liquid level gauges. 2,092,298 ; Sept. 7. 

Bauer, Hans .V., assignor to B. F. Gump Co., Chicago, 111. 
Package fastening means. 2.103,840 : Dec. 28. 

Bauer, Harold H., Montgomery County, near Dayton, Ohio. 
Tapering attachment for boring machines. 2,099,255 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Bauer, Henry C, and G. R. Parker, Philadelphia, as- 
signor to W. D. Battersby. Fort Washington, Pa. Tank 
safety valve. 2,0Gr.,315 ; Jan. 5. 

Bauer, John. Sunnvside, and M. Gran, New York, N. Y. 
King. 2,072.440; Jfnr. 2. 

Bauer, Jordan V., assignor to Stein, Hall Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Plyboard adhesive. 2,102,937 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Bauer, Karl. (See Balk, O., and Bauer.) 

Bauer, Louis E., and H. F. Peavey, Springfield. Mass., 
assignors to Citrus Products Efiuipmont Company. 
Method and apparatus for preparing fruit juices. 
2.079.542 : May 4. 

Bauer, Perry S., Chicago, 111. Shoe heel. 2,078,626 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Bauer, Walter. (See Rohm, C, and Bauer.) 



firm Carl Zeiss, Jena, 
2,070,037: Feb. 9. 
Ga. Copy holder. 

assignor to The West- 
Braking 



Bauer, Walter, and A. Gerlach, Darmstadt, Germany, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Rohm & Haas Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Producing transformation 
products of acrylic acid or its derivatives. 2,073,619 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Bauer, Walter, and H. Lauth, Darmstadt, Germany, as- 
signors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Producing acrylic acid and its esters. 2,087,466 ; 
July 20. 

Bauer, Walter, and A. Gerlach, Darmstadt, Germany, 
assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Laminated glass and process for preparing. 2,095,944 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Bauer. Vrilhelm, Leverkusen-Wiesdorf, Germany, assignor 
to General Aniline Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. New 
dyestuli's of the anthraquinone series. 2,078,996 ; 
May 4. 

Bauer, Wilhelm, Leverkusen-Wiesdorf, Germany, assignor 
to General Aniline Works, Inc., New I'ork, N. Y. 
Anthraquinone acridone carbozoles. 2,086,843 ; July 
13. 

Bauer, Wilhelm, Leverkusen-Wiesdorf, and H. Hoyer and 
B. Bollweg, Leverkusen-I. G. Werk, Germany, assignors 
to General Aniline Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. An- 
thraquinone-benzacridone vat dyestuffs. 2,097,112 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Bauer, William S., London, England. Mat for the use 
of golfers. 2,082,563 ; June 1. 

Bauermann, W. & Sohne, Kommanditgesellschaft. (See 
Zeitschler, Hermann, assignor.) 

Bauersfeld, Walther, assignor to 
Germany. Micro-manipulator. 

Baughan, Phoebe C, Dillard, 
2,095,904; Oct. 12. 

Baughman, George W., Edgewood, 

inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. 
apparatus. 2,068,365 ; Jan. 19. 

Baughman, George W.. Edgewood, assignor to The West- 
ingliouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Electro- 
pneumatic brake. 2,071,722: Feb. 23. 

Baughman, George W., Edgewood, assignor to The West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Ac- 
celeration and deceleration control system. 2,092,366 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Baughman, George W., Edgewood, assignor to The West- 
inghouse .\ir Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. High 
speed train brake control. 2,096,505 ; Oct. 19. 

Baughman, George W., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Track shunt- 
ing apparatus. 2,069,870 : Feb. 9. 

Baughman, George W., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Track shunt- 
ing apparatus. 2,092,824 ; Sept. 14. 

Baushn, Roscoe N., Conway, Ark. Compound master cylin- 
der. 2,101,772 : Dec. 7. 

Banghn, Samuel C, assignor of one-half to J. F. Weasel, 
East St. Louis, 111. Tobacco container. 2,095,905 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Baum, Erich. (See Herrmann, W. O., Banm, and 
Haehnel. ) 

Baum, Frederick W.. St. George, Staten Island, assignor 
of one-half to P. L. Caffier, Brooklyn, N. Y. Thermo- 
responsive device for registering temperatures of fluids. 
2,092,869 ; Sept. 14. 

Baum, Hedwlg. (See Baum, William H., and H.) 

Baum, Henry C, Cicero, 111., assignor to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone 
coin collector. 2,087,312 ; July 20. 

Baum, Leo A., Newark, N. J. Garment container. 
2.083.543 ; June 15. 

Baum, Ralph. (See Pendergast, T. S., and Baum.) 

Baum, William H. and H., New York. N. Y. Locking 
device for milk bottles. 2,095,049 ; Oct. 5. 

Bauman, Heinz P., Detroit, Mich. Automatic Meeting 
fuse. 2.072,290 : Mar. 2. 

Bauman, John J., Lima, Ohio. Refrigerating apparatus. 
2,084,424 ; June 22. 

Baumann, Adolf, and C. P. Horlacher, St. Louis, Mo., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Remington Rand Inc. 
Calculating machine. 2,084,831 ; June 22. 

Baumann, Berthold, Nuremberg, assignor to Triumph- 
Werke Niirnberg A.-G., Nuremberg, Germany. Type- 
writer. 2,068,788; Jan. 26. 

Baumann, Charles. Chicago. 111. Door closing and check- 
ing device. 2.001,904 : -Vug. 31. 

Baumann, Erich. (See Holzach, K., Bock, Ohledorf, and 
Baumann.) 

Baumann, Erich. (See Matzdorf, G., and Baumann.) 

Baumann, Erich. (See Ohlendorf, H., and B.aumann.) 

Baumann, Frederick. (See Bomeisler, A. E., and Bau- 
mann.) 

Baumann, George K. (See Betterton, J. C, and Bau- 
mann.) 

Hanmann, Louis P., and L. L. Walker, Houston, Tex. 
Propeller unit. 2.083.771 : Jure 15. 

Baumann, Paul. (See Rosinsky, W., and Baumann.) 

Baumann, Paul, Ludwigshafen-on-the-Rhine, R. Stadler, 
/.iegelhauspn, and H. Schilling, Ludwigshafen-on-the- 
Khine, Germany, assignors to I. G. Farbenindustrie 
-Vktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Working up gases containing hydrocarbons In electric 
arcs. 2,074,530 ; Mar. 23. 

Baumann. Werner, Paris, France. Device for cooling 
quick-firing arms. 2,086,520 ; July 13. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



47 



Baumann, William C, Hamilton, Ohio. Electrical appa- 
ratus. 2,087,636 ; July 20. 

Baumbach, Emil A., Chicago, 111. Die set. 2,094,341 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Baumbauer, Allen F., and W. Culver, Long Beach, Calif. ; 
said Culver assignor to said Baubauer. Apparatus for 
recovery of values from aluminum. 2,068,640 ; Jan. 
26. 

Baumberger, Ralph T., Los Angeles, Calif. Hitch for 
automobile trailers. 2,072,473 ; Mar. 2. 

Baumel, Nat J., Washington, D. C. Foot controller. 
2,073,775 ; Mar. 16. 

Baumfalk, John, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone system. 2,092,495 ; Sept. 7. 

Baumgardner, Versal F., Celina, Ohio. Edger attachment 
for grading machines. 2,067,168 ; Jan. 12. 

Baumgarten, Harold A., Loganville, Wis. Door control- 
ling mechanism. 2,100,795 ; Nov. 30. 

Baumgarten, Paul, Berlin, Germany, assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Manufacturing amino sulihonic acid. 2,102,350 ; Dec. 
14. 

Baumgartner, Aloysius C. (See Grosse, A. P., and Baum- 
gartner.) 

Baumgartner, Otto, Bern-Bumpliz, Switzerland. Car- 
buretor for internal combustion engines assuming vari- 
ous angles. 2,068,787 ; Jan. 26. 

Baumgartner, Otto, Bern-Bumpliz, Switzerland. Carbure- 
tor for internal combustion engines. 2,075,692 : Mar. 
30. 

Baumwollspinnerei Gronau. (See Schramek, W., and 
Schubert, assignors.) 

Baur, Elisabeth, geb. Venedey, administratrix. (See 
Baur, Erwin.) 

Baur, Erwin, deceased, by E. Baur, geb. Venedey, ad- 
ministratrix, Muncheberg/Mark, Germany, assignor to 
Saatgut-ErzeugTings-Gesellschaft m. b. H., Berlin, Ger- 
many. Producing animal feed. 2,082,198 ; June 1. 

Bauriedel, Gotthard, Wuppertal-Barmen, and F. Heger, 
Wuppertal-Oberbarmen, Germany, assignors to the firm 
American Bemberg Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Apparatus for supplying spinning solution to artificial 
silk spinning machines. 2,083,512 ; June 8. 

Bauroth, Walter J., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The 
Jeffrey Jlanufacturing Company. Electrical connecter. 
2,076,261 ; Apr. 6. 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Aspenleiter, 
Joseph W., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bausch, William, 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Benford, J. R., , 
and Foster, assignors.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bissell, Everett 
S., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Bouchard, 
Samuel E., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Burroughs, 
Kenneth C, assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Diggins, Bar- 
tholomew A., assignor.) 

Bausch & LomI} Optical Company. (See Drescher, Theo- 
dore B., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. ( See Ellestad, Gerhard 
A., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Fassin, Gustave, 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Fassin, G., and 
Miles, assignors.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Forrest, John 
\V., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Foster, Leon V., 
assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Gallasch, George 
B., assignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Gallasch, G. B., 
and Kurtz, assignors.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Graeper, Walter 
W., assignor.) 

Bausch & I.,omb Optical Company. (See Kolb, Frank P., 
Msslcnor. ) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Kurtz, Henry 
F., .Tssignor.) 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Nelson, Otto F., 
assignor.) 

Bauscli & Lomb Optical Company. (See Reh, Edward J., 

assignor.) 
Bauscli & Lomb Optical Company. (See Straat, Harold 

W., assignor.) 
E.nnsfh & Lninh Optical Company. (See Wilkinson, 

K.nllili I'!., .■i^signnr.) 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company. (See Wittig, Carl H. 

O., assignor.) 
Bausch, William, assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Microscope. 2,101,928: Doc. 

14. 
I'.!iiich, William H., Shelbyville. Ind. Ahrnding, pollsli- 

ing, and hnJIing device. 2,103.444; Doc. 28. 
IJ:ix. TJoncl D., Denver, Colo. Piston expander. 

2.098.447 ; Nov. 0. 
Bnxcndalc, Samuel, Dearborn, Mich. Feed collet. 

2,087,808; July 20. 
Baxter, Don, Inc. (See Edwards, Hiram W., assignor.) 



Baxter, Don Intra-Venous Products Corporation. (See 
Baxter, Donald B., assignor.) 

Baxter, Donald E., Los Angeles, Calif. Closure. 
2,072,853 ; Mar. 9. 

Baxter, Donald E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor of one 
per cent to Don Baxter Ibtra-Venous Products Corpora- 
tion. Device for exhausting air from containers. 
:i, 087,963 ; July 27. 

Baxter, Gertrude A. C, East Orange, N. J. Garment 
loop attachment. 2,082,438 ; June 1. 

Baxter, Howard F., assignor to Baxter Laundries Corpora- 
tion, Grand Rapids, Mich. Detachably suspended bag. 
2,078,438 ; Apr. 27. 

Baxter, James W., Jr., et al. (See Tapp, Lora E., as- 
signor.) 

Baxter Laundries Corporation. (See Baxter, Howard F., 
assignor.) 

Baxter, Warner, Bel Air, and A. B. Scott, Hollywood, 
Los Angeles, Calif. ; said Baxter assignor to said Scott. 
Automatic night sighting device for firearms. 2,085,732 : 
July 6. 

Baxter, William C. (See De Puy, C. T., and Baxter.) 

Baxter, William E., Floyd County, Ind. Pouch. 
2,100,298 ; Nov. 23. 

Baxter, William L., Blarblehead, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Molding 
compound. 2,094,868 ; Oct. 5. 

Baxter, William R., assignor to The Empire Plow Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Highway guardrail construc- 
tion. 2,078,704 ; Apr. 27. 

Bay, Adolf, Lincoln Park, and P. Schmidt, Wyomlssing, 
assignor to Textile Machine Works, Wyomissing, Pa. 
Loop forming mechanism for straight knitting ma- 
chines. 2,080,353 ; May 11. 

Bay, Charles A., Morristown, N. J., assignor to Metropoli- 
tan Device Corporation. Electrical-service-cable grip. 
2,076,359 ; Apr. 6. 

Bay State Optical Company. (See Nerney, George E., 
assignor.) 

Bayard, Julius H., Charleston, S. C. Calculating device. 
2,088,395 • July 27. 

Bayer, Leo J., St. Louis, Mo. Boiler cleaner. 2,067,625 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Bayer, Otto. (See Doser, A., Schroter, and Bayer.) 

Bayer, Otto. (See Helberger, J. H., and Bayer.) 

Bayer, Otto. (See Tietze, E., and Bayer.) 

Bayer, Otto, Leverkusen-I. G.-Werk, IS. HerdieckerhofC, 
Opladen, near Cologne, and H. Schindhelm, Frankfort- 
on-the-Main-Fechenheim, assignors to I. G. Farbenin- 
dustrie Aktlengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Ger- 
many. Heterocyclic hydrazines. 2,073,600 ; Mar. 16. 

Bayer, Otto. Leverkusen-on-the-Rhine ; F. Muenz, Frank- 
fort-on-the-Main ; and K. Keller, Frankfort-on-the-JIain- 
Fechenheim, Germany, assignors to General Aniline 
Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Basic nitrogenous con- 
densation products and making same. 2,096,533 ; Oct. 
19. 

Bayer, Otto, Leverkusen-on-the-Rhine ; F. Muenz, Frank- 
fort-on-the-Main ; and K. Keller, Frankfort-on-the-Main 
Fechenheim, Germany, assignors to General Aniline 
Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Quaternary ammonium 
compounds and making same. 2,096,534 ; "Oct. 19. 

Bayer, Otto, Leverkusen-on-the-Rliine, R. Fleischauer, 
Fi-ankfort-on-the-Main-Fechenheim, and D. Delfs, Le- 
verkusen-on-the-Rhine, Germany, assignors to General 
Aniline Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Monoazodye- 
stuffs. 2,087,425 ; July 20. 

Bayley, Lee, Springfield, Ohio, and R. L. Clingerman, 
Washington^ D. C, assignors to The William Bavley 
Company, Springfield, Ohio. Alarm system for deten- 
tion windows. 2.101,040 ; Dec. 7. 

Bayley, William, Company, The. (See Bayley, William 
D., assignor.) 

Bayley, William, Company, The. (See Bayley, L., and 
Clingerman, assignors.) 

Bayley, William, Company, The. (See Clingerman, Robert 
L., assignor.) 

Bayley, William D., assignor to The William Bayley 
Company, Springfield, Ohio. Interlocking sash joint. 
2.090,884 ; Aug. 24. 

Bayley, William D., assignor to The William Bayley Com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. Flexible window closure. 
2,096,42] ; Oct. 19. 

Baylis, Daniel L. (See Angelus, L, and Bavlis.) 

Baynton, Harold H., and J. W. Foster, Freehold. N. J., 
assignors to A. & M. Karagheuslan, Inc., Now York. N. Y. 
Jlachine for applying an intormediatc strip and base 
to pile fabrics. 2,000,310 ; Jan. 5. 

Baynton, Harold 11., .mid .1. W. Foster, Freehold, N. J., 
assignors to A. & M. Kar.nghousian, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Pile cutter. 2,000,021 : Aug. 17. 

Baynton, Harold II., and J. W. Foster, Freehold. N. J., 
a.ssignors to A. & M. Karngheusian, Inc., Now York, 
N. Y. Machine for manufacturing pile fabric. 
2,000,022; Aug. 17. 

BazC, William !>., Paris, France. Stabilization of ships. 
2,008,531 ; Nov. 9. 

r.nzeli'y, Arthur J., .Shaker Heights, assignor to National 
Mallenlile and Steel C.-islInKS Compiiny, ('leveland, Olilo. 
Ceiilrali/lng and <'i>nl rolling incchiinlsin for car couplers. 
2,071.401 ; Feb. 23. 

B(r/,(>l(-y, Arthur J., Sliaker llclglits. nsslgnor to National 
Malleable and Steel CiiHlliigs Conipiinv, ("levelnnd. Ohio. 
Car coupler. 2, 083,422 ; .luno 8. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Bazeley, Arthur J., Shaker Heights, assignor to National 
Malleable and Steel Castings Comuanv, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Closur<» means. 2.097,17.3": Oct. 2G. 

Bazzi, Federico, Milan, Italv. Means for oongealing 
liquids. 2,082,439 ; June 1. 

Bazzoni. Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation. Paterson, X. J. Heel at- 
taching and flap laying machine. 2,076,537 : Apr. 13. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation. Paterson. X. J. Machine 
for covering heels. 2,078,307 ; Apr. 27. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heel- 
covering machine. 2,082,043 ; June 1. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation. Paterson. X. J. Shoe and 
making the sajue. 2,095,9.53 ; Oct, 19. 

Bazzoni, Lewis J., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, X. J. Heel- 
covering machine. 2.095.962 ; Oct. 19. 

Beach, Clarence E., Brookline. assignor to The Gamewell 
Companv, Xewron Upper Falls, Mass. Signal apoara- 
tus. Re. 20,449 ; July 20. 

Beach, David K., assignor to Riley Stoker Corporation, 
Worcester, Mass. Pulverizing apparatus. 2,096,274 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Beach Erosion Control Company. (See Arpin, John E., 
assignor.) 

Beach, Fitch H., and F. S. Beach, Charlotte, Mich. Road 
scraper. 2,067,374 ; Jan. 12. 

Beach, Fred A., Washington, D. C. Protective device 
for collapsible tubes. 2,084,273 ; June 15. 

Beach, Fred S. (See Beach, Fitch H., and F. S.) 

Beach, Howard D., Buffalo, X. X. Lens. 2,101,016; 
Dec 7. 

Beach, Irl S., Arkansas City, and J. G. Smith, Winfield, 
Kans. Basket attachment. 2,084.075 : June 15. 

Beach, Joseph F., Washington, D. C. Safety device for 
fountain pens and the like. 2,073,601 ; Mar. 16. 

Beach, Joseph F., Washington, D. C. Pinholder. 
2,073,602 ; Mar. 16. 

Beach. Kenneth A., Chester. Pa., assignor to Sinclair 
Refining Companv, Xew York, X. Y. Cracking hydro- 
carbons. 2.071,723 ; Feb. 23. 

Beach, Xorman F., Rochester, X. X., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Eastman Kodak Company, Jersey City, 
X. J. Xoncoherlng, transparent sheeting, 2,084,313 ; 
June 22. 

Beach, William H. (See Wright. W. X., and Beach.) 

Beadle, Blanche E., Sprinsfield, Mass. Hair curling de- 
vice. 2,075,880 : Apr. 6. 

Beadling, Charles T., Canonsburg, Pa. Electric soldering 
iron. 2,099,792 ; Xov. 23. 

Beake.<=. Mahlon H. (See Wittw^r. O. G.. .qnd Beakes.) 

Beal, Carl L. (See Hansen, M. E., and Beal.) 

Beal, Carl L., Cuvahoga Falls, assignor to American 
Anode, Inc., Akron, Ohio. Making rubber strips. 
2,095,119 ; Oct. 5. _.„. 

Beal, Walter H., et al., trustees. (See Starkey, William 
C, assignor.) 

B°al, Walter H., trustee, et al. (See Barton, Clarence H.) 

Beal, Walter H., trustee, et al. (See Litchfield, Isaac W., 
assignor.) 

Beale. William F. (See Exline. M. P., and Beale.) 

Beall, Charles R., Edgewood, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Companv, Swissrale, Pa. Detachable terminal 
plate for electrical apparatus, 2.076.612 : Apr. 13. 

Beall, Frank H. (See Ford, J. J., and Beall.) 

Beall, Herbert W., assignor to O. C. Moore. Sumter, S. C. 
Apparatus for measuring flexible materiaL 2,088,256 ; 
July 27. 

Beall, Lawrence R., Washington, D. C. Educational and 
ajnusement device. 2.066.818 ; Jan. 5. 

Beals, Albert F., Kansas City, Mo., and E. E. Pudge, 
Salina, assignors to Universal Rotarv Motors Company, 
Salina, Kans. Gas engine, 2.081,139 : May 25. 

Beals, E. Manran, Jr., Xahant, Mass. Removable ontsole 
for sport shoes. 2,076,316 ; Apr. 6. 

Beals, Erl T„ assignor to Beals Fuel Oil & Gasoline Car- 
buretor Co,, Inc., Boston, Mass, Carburetor. 2,087,792 ; 
July 20, 

Beals Fuel Oil & Gasoline Carburetor Co. (See Beals, 
Erl v., assignor.) 

Beaman, Phineas A., assignor to 5f organ Construction 
Companv, Worcester, Mass. Wire drawing. 2,097,204 ; 
Oct 26. 

Beampr. Charles W.. Mojave, Calif. Drill steel sharpener. 
2.103.705: Dec. 28. 

Beamer. CHayton M., Elizabeth, N, J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Companv. Preparing tertiary al- 
kyl phenols. 2.082.044: June 1. 

Beamer, Clayton >L, Elizabeth. X'. J., assignor to Standard 
Alcohol Company. Manufacture of ketones. 2,092,870 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Beamish. H. Luella. (See Gates. Benj.iniin L.. a.ssigiior.) 

Bean, Fred R., Rochester, X. X.. assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Eastman Kodak Company, Jersey City, X'. J. 
Compositions of matter for photographic processing 
baths. 2.101.S34: Doc. 14. 

Bean, Robert F., Bridgeport Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Shiftable brush rigging. 2,099,554 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Bean, Robert F., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Miilng device. 2.103.928 ; Dec. 82. 



Beaue, Edwin A., Oak Park, and E, F. Andrews, Chicago, 
HI., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. High 
frequency amplifier. 2,069,812 ; Feb. 9. 

Bear, Paul S. (See Bucklen, Herbert E., assignor.) 

Bear, Paul S., Dowagiac, Mich., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, of three-fourths to H. E. Bucklen, Elkhart 
Ind., and one-fourth to said P. S. Bear. Switch. 
2.103.929 : Dec. 28. 

Bear, Stephen M., Kingsport Tenn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Eastman Kodak Company, Jersey City, 
X'. J. Balloon shield for cap spinning machines. 
2,069.935 ; Feb. 9. 

Bearee, Charles A., North Adams, and H. L. Sawyer, 
Lynn, Mass., assignors to United Shoe Machinery Cor- 
poration. Paterson, X. J. ilanufacture of shoe uppers. 
2.074.356 : Mar. 23. 

Beard, Earl E., Milwaukee, Wis,, assignor to E, L da 
Pont de Xemours & Company, Wilmington, Del, Prep- 
aration of anthraquinone compounds and a product 
produced thereby. 2,080,106 : May 11, 

Beard, Earl E., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to E. I. da 
Pont de Xemours & (Company. Wilmington, Del. An- 
thraquinonyl thiazoles. 2.099.672 ; Xov. 23. 

Beard, Earl E., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to E. I. da 
Pont de Xemours & Company. Wilmington. Del. 1-Acyl- 
amino anthraquinone-6-thiazoles. 2,099,673 ; Xov. 23. 

Beard, Fannette. (See Beard, Richard and F.) 

Beard, Joseph G., Springfield. Mass.. assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Companv, East Pitts- 
burgh. Pa. System of temperature control. 2,097,868 : 
Xov. 2. 

Beard, Ralph H., Staten Island, X. X, Engine. 2,067,171 : 
Jan. 12. 

Beard, Richard, and F., DanviUe. HI. Ice container. 
2.073.090 ; :Mar. 9. 

Beard, Theodore H., and J. E. Renholdt, Bridgeport Conn., 
assignors to Dictaphone Corporation, Xew Xork, N. X. 
Dictating machine. 2,071,278 ; Feb. 16. 

Beard. Theodore H., Bethel, and J. M. Lucarelle. Bridge- 
port, Conn., assignors to Dictaphone Corporation, Xew 
Xork, X. Y, Correction device for dictating machines. 
2.072.064; Feb. 23. 

Beard, William, Colorado Springs, Colo. Toilet ventilator. 
2.072,493: Mar. 2. 

Beardsley. Bruce. Brooklyn, assignor to The Western 
Union Telegraph Company. Xew Xork, N. X. Doable 
strap conveyer. 2.076.493 ; Apr. 6. 

Beardsley, Bruce. Brooklyn, X. V.. and M. V. Creedon, 
Westfield, X. J., assignors to The Western Union Tele- 
graph Companv, New Xork, X'. X. Drag conveyer sys- 
tem. 2,069,716 ; Feb. 2. 

Beardsley, Bruce, Brooklyn, X", X., and M. Creedon, West- 
field, X. J., assignors to The Western Union Telesraph 
Company. X'ew Xork, X. X. Belt conveyer. 2,070,822 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Beardsley, Bruce, Brooklyn, X. X., and M. V. Creedon, 
Westfield, X. J., assignors to The Western Union Tele- 
graph Company, Xew Xork, X. X. Belt conveyer. 
2,100,585 ; Xov. 30. 

Beardsley, Guy E., Jr., West Hartford, Conn., assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to United Aircraft Corporation. 
Mixture distribution vane. 2.069,640 ; Feb. 2. 

Beardsley, Guv E., Jr.. Hartford, and W. A. Parkins, West 
Hartford, Conn., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
United Aircraft Corporation. Mixture controL 
2,102,504 ; Dec. 14. 

Beardsley, Leon E. (See Renholdt. J. E., and Beardsley.) 

Beardsley, Xorman T., Portland, Maine, assignor to 
Brown Company, Berlin, X. H. Pad of paper sheets 
for hanging on a wall. 2,077,664 ; Apr. 20. 

Beardsley & Piper Company, The. (See Xaylor, Walter 
E., assignor.) 

Beardsley & Piper Company, The. (See Piper, Walter 
F., assignor.) 

Beardsley & Piper Company, The. (See Piper, W. F., and 
Xaylor, assignors.) 

Beardsley. Ralph H., Marion, Ohio, Woodworking ma- 
chine, 2,074,976 ; Mar. 23. 

Beare, Leonard E., East Chicago, Ind. Spiral gearing. 
2.095,491; Oct 12. 

Bearings Company of America. (See Chambers, David F., 
assignor.) 

Beasley, Mercer, Princeton, and J. A. Coffee. Lawrence- 
ville, X. J. Practice machine. 2,080,958 : May 18. 

Beasley, Milton R., Xorwood, assignor to Bird & Son, Inc., 
East Walpole, Mass. Shinsr'.e. 2.070.571 : Feb. 16. 

Beasley. Stanley F., Tulsa, Okla., a.«signor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Chicago Railwav Equipment Companv, 
Chicago, m. Railway truck. 2,085.289 : June 29. " 

Beasley, Walter J.. Kow, Victoria, and J. W. Summers. 
Bentleigh. Victori.i. Australia. Collapsible box or case. 
2,087,496 : July 20. 

Beatie, Cecil E., Forest Hills. N. Y.. assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Power P.itents Companv, Jersey City, 
X. J, Cracking oil. 2,100,048 : Xov. 23. 

Beaton A C^dwell Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Work. Ernest W.. assignor.) 

Beatrice Creamery Company. (See Drake, Ronald I., 
.Ts.'ismnr. > 

Beattie. William P., assignor to The American Laundry 
Machinery Company. Xorwood. Ohio. Electrical meas- 
uring means. 2,072,937 ; Mar. 9. 



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Beatty, Claire C, and E. J. Lloyd, Worcester, Mass., 
assignors to The American Steel and Wire Company of 
New Jersey. Aerial tramway. 2,074,953 ; Mar. 23. 

Beatty, William E., Hollywood, Calif., assignor to United 
Research Corporation, Long Island City, N. Y. Sound 
recording. 2,093,000 ; Sept. 14. 

Beatty, William E., Hollywood, Calif., assignor to United 
Research Corporation, Long Island City, N. Y. Noise- 
less recording. 2,096,082 ; Oct. 19. 

Beauchamp, George D., assignor to Electro String Instru- 
ment Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Electrical 
stringed musical Instrument. 2,089,171 ; Aug. 10. 

Beauchamp, Joseph R. (See Spencer, BI., and Beau- 
champ. ) 

Beaulieu, Albert, et al. (See Gauthier, Albert, assignor.) 

Beaumont Birch Company. (See Hale, William E., as- 
signor. ) 

Beaumont, Eugene P., New York, N. Y. Automatic chain 
lock. 2,075,015 ; Mar. 30. 

Beaumont, Eugene P., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
Whiting Manufacturing Company, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Automatic chain lock. 2,100,233; Nov. 23. 

Beaumont Iron Works Company. (See KItchel, G. B., 
and Roach, assignors.) 

Beaumont Iron Works Company. (See Roach, Edmund J., 
assignor.) 

Beaumont, John M., Huddersfield, England. Hydraulic 
power transmission mechanism. 2,078,597 ; Apr. 27. 

Beaumont, William M.j Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone system. 2,070,642 ; Feb. 16. 

Beavan, John, Ayr, Scotland. Emergency brake appa- 
ratus for motor road vehicles. 2,086,113 ; July 6. 

Beaver, Charles J., and E. L. Davey, Cheshire, assignors 
to W. T. Glover and Company Limited, Manchester, 
England. Electric cable. 2,007,169 ; Jan. 12. 

Beaver, Charles J., and E. L. Davey, Cheshire, assignors to 
W. T. Glover and Company Limited, Manchester, Eng- 
land. Electric cable. 2,067,170; Jan. 12. 

Beaver, Charles J., and T. J. Fairfield, Bowdon, as- 
signors to W. T. Glover and Company Limited, Man- 
chester, England. Controlling the supply of hot liquid 
to a container. 2,087,793 ; July 20. 

Beaver Pipe Tools, Inc. (See Pealer, Robert B., assignor.) 

Beaver, Roy C, Greenville, Pa. Closure apparatus. 
2,074,768 ; Mar. 23. 

Eebinger, Charles N., assignor to La-Del Conveyor & Mfg. 
Co., New Philadelphia, Ohio. Carriage for shaking con- 
veyers. 2,006,451 ; Jan. 5. 

Bebinger. Charles N., assignor to La-Del Conveyor & Mfg. 
Co., New Philadelphia, Ohio. Conveyer section con- 
nection. 2,101,017 ; Dec. 7. 

Bebinger, Charles N., assignor to La-Del Conveyor & Mfg. 
Co., New Philadelphia, Ohio. Conveyer driving mecha- 
nism. 2,101,018 • Dec. 7. 

Beccard, Emil B., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to The Inter- 
national Printing Ink Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Roller mill. 2,082,819 ; June 8. 

Becher, Theodor, Wiesbaden, assignor to Maschinenfabrik 
Augsburg-Nurnburg, A. 6., Nuremburg, Germany. Dam. 
2,073,956 ; Mar. 16. 

Becher, Theodor, Wiesbaden, assignor to Maschinenfabrik 
Augsburg-Nurnberg, A. G., Nuremberg, Germany. Dam. 
2.077,203 ; Apr. 13. 

Becher, Theodor, Wiesbaden, assignor to Maschinenfabrik 
Augsburg-Nurnberg A. G., Nuremberg, Germany. Sluice 
gate. 2,101,234 ; Dec. 7. 

Becher, Theodor, Weisbaden, assignor to Maschinenfabrik 
Augsburg-Nurnberg A. G., Nuremberg, Germany. 
Double walled sluice gate. 2,101,973; Dec. 14. 

Bfichereau, Louis, Paris, assignor to Society Avions 
Kellner-Bfichereau, Billiancourt, France. Airfoil used 
In aeronautics. 2,074,201 ; Mar. 16. 

Bfichereau, Louis, and R. Carrou^e, Paris, France. Hy- 
draulic shock absorber and similar apparatus. 
2,087,420 ; July 20. 

Bechik, Michael. (See Bronstien, Edward L., assignor.) 

Bechik, Michael, St. Paul, Minn. Mattress and cushion 
button. 2,090,779 : Aug. 24. 

Bechly, Ernst C, Chehalis, Wash. Stringer separator. 
2,088,390 ; July 27. 

Chicago, 111., assignor to Inter- 
Company. Engine pump jack. 



Chicago, 111., assignor to Inter- 
Spark advance for mag- 



Bechman, William O., 
national Harvester 
2,074,321 : Mar. 23. 

Bechman, William O., 

national Ilarvostor Company, 
netos. 2,074.322 ; Mar. 23. 

Bechmann, Rudolf, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft fUr 
Dr.ihlloKO Telegraphic m. b. II., IJcrlln, GiTmany. 
I'ic'zoolrclric o.<<cillnting rryslal. 2.077,'-!04 ; Apr. 1.",. 

Bechmann, Rudolf, and W. Srlineldcr, assignors to Tele- 
funken Gesollschaft ftlr Drahtlosc Tclcgraphle m. h. H., 
Berlin. Germany. Piezoelectric crystal holder. 
2,070,060 ; Apr. 0. 

Bechmann, Rudolf, and TT. Elstermann, assignors to Tole- 
fiinKen Gesellschaft fllr Drahtloso Telegraphic m. b. H., 
Horlln, Germany. Frequency modulation. 2,076,280 ; 
Apr. 0. 

Bechmann, Rudolf, and W. Schneider, assignors to Tcle- 
funkcii (!cK<llHclinft fUr Pnilitlose Tplogniplilo m. h. H., 
Berlin, Germany. Piezoelectric crystal holder. 
2,079,804 ; May 11. 



Refining chocolate 

J. E., and Beck, 

Decurling device. 

set. 2,086,844 ; 



Bechmann, Rudolf, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Piezoelectric oscillator crystals. 2,095,376 ; Oct. 12. 

Bechtel, John D., East Cleveland, Ohio. Power trans- 
mitting device and making same. 2,080,455 ; May 18. 

Beck, Adolf, Betterfeld, assignor to I. G. Farbenindustrie 
Aktiengeeellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. 
Container having a high resistance to corrosion by 
alkaline and soda ash solutions. 2,079,786 ; May 11. 

Beck, Adolph J., assignor to National Pectin Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Jelly cutter. 2,084,570 ; June 
22. 

Beck, August, Wernigerode, Germany, 
masses. 2,070,558 ; Feb. 16. 

Beck, Broussais C. (See Henderson, J. E., and Beck, 
assignors. ) 

Beck, Charles J., Philadelphia, Pa. 
2,070,505 ; Feb. 9. 

Beclf, Charles W., Toledo, Ohio. Desk 
July 13. 

Beck, Charles W., assigaor, by mesne assignments, to 
N. M. Beck, Toledo, Ohio. Spoke and rim connection. 
2,081,729 ; May 25. 

Beck, Edward F., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Circuit interrupter. 2,071,158 ; Feb. 16. 

Beck, Ernie J., and W. B. Schroeder, Chicago, 111., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to S. Karpen & Bros. 
Seat back. 2,102,351 ; Dec. 14. 

Beck, Friedrich, Berlin-Steglitz, Germany, assignor to 
Askania-Werke A. G. vormals Central-Werkstatt Des- 
sau und Carl Bamberg-Friedenau. Moving picture 
camera. 2,089,100 ; Aug. 3. 

Beck, Harold C, Philadelphia, Pa. Control system. 
2,095,906; Oct. 12. 

BecK, Joseph A. (See Santmver, Lewis B., assignor.) 

Beck, Joseph M., Spokane, Wash. Kettle. 2,083,632; 
June 15. 

Beck, Joseph M., Spokane, Wash. Electrical iron. 
2,095,954; Oct. 19. 

Beck, KoUer & Company. (See HOnel, Herbert, as- 
signor.) 

Beck, Roller & Company. (See Jarl, Carl H. B., assignor.) 

Beck, Nellie 51. (See Beck, Charles W., assignor.) 

Beck, Otto. (See Hurst, M., and Beck.) 

Beck, Rudolf, Bridgeport, and R. C. Sylvander, Fairfield, 
assignors to Consolidated Ashcroft Hancock Company, 
Inc., Bridgeport. Conn. Automatic temperature and 
pressure control system. 2,073.825 ; Mar. 16. 

Beck, Rudolph. (See Hammond, E. H., and Beck.) 

Beck, Stefan, Budapest, Hungary. Furnace. 2,101,423 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Beck, Vernon S., 
Aug. 10. 

Beck, Vernon S., 
2,100.373 ; Nov. 

Beck, Vernon S., 
Nov. 30. 

Beckelman, Abraham, New York, N. Y. 
play device. • 2,080,997 ; May 18. 

Becker, Bernard C, Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 
2,093,748 ; Sept. 21. 

Becker, Bernard C., Canton, assignor to The Hoover Com- 
pany, North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 2,070,643 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Becker, Bernard C, Canton, assignor to The Hoover 
Company, North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner, 
cleaner. 2,103,054 ; Dec. 21. 

Becker, Carl E., Camden, N. J. Tooth mold. 2,087,014; 
July 13. 

Becker, Christopher A., Nutley. and W. C. Seyter, Union 
City, N. J., assignors to The Torsion Balance Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Keyboard balance. 2,102,938 : 
Dec. 21. 

Becker. Frank N. (See Zeisloft, O.. and Becker.* 

Becker, Frank N., assignor to Joddo-IIlghland Coal Com- 
pany, Jeddo, Pa. Fuel feeding mechanism for gas 
producers. 2,095,587 ; Oct. 12. 

Becker, Frederick P., Chicago, 111., J. M. Nickelsen, Ann 
Arbor, Mich., and A. Boor, Toledo, Ohio, assignors to 
Monroe Auto Equipment Company, Monroe, Mich. 
Direct acting shock absorber. 2,078,364; Apr. 27. 

Becker, George F., Detroit, assignor to Chrvsler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Vehicle body. 2,097,911 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Becker, Gus E. (See Hopkins, IT. H., and Becker.) 

Becker, Gus E., Fresno, Calif. Power-operated cultivator. 
2,066,000 ; Jan. 5. 

Becker, Harold J. (See Engels, W. H., and Becker.) 

Becker, Ilnrry L., Council Grove, Kans. Hairpin. 
2,078,118; Apr. 20. 

Becker, Ilnzen K. (See Jurgens. 10. G.. and Becker.) 

Becker, Helmut, assignor to Ernst Leltz, G. m. b. H., 
Wetzlar. Germany. Camera lilm guiding mechanism. 
2,084,473 : June 22. 

Becker. Ilcliiuit, assignor to Ernst T;ellz, O. m. b. H., 
Wetzlar, (Jermany. Motion picture film casette. 
2.0S9.3.10: Aug. 10. 

Becker, nelmut, assignor to Ernst I^eltz O. m. b. H., 
Wetzlar, Germany. Workshop microscope. 2.007.752 • 
Nov. 2. 

Becker, John IT., RIdgewood, N. .T., assignor to Warp 
TwIstlng-In Machine Comnany, New York, N. Y. Warn 
twlstlng-ln machine. 2.081,262 ; Mav 2:>. 



St. 


Louis, Mo. 


Furnace. 2,089,329 : 


St. 


Louis, Mo. 


Heating apparatus. 


St. 


Louis, Mo. 


Heater. 2,100,772 ; 



Knock-down dis- 



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(See Orthner, L., Bohme, Meyer, and 
Rosenthal, L., Becker, 



(See 



and 



Becker, Joseph, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Koppers Company. Coking retort oven. 
2,100,762 ; Nov. 30. 

Becker, Joseph, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Koppers Company. Coking retort oven. 
2,102,608; Dec. 21. 

Becker, Joseph, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Koppers Company. Coking 'retort oven. 
2,102,609 ; Dec. 21. 

Becker, Joseph A., Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electrical device. 2,070,644 ; Feb. 16. 

Becker, Lawrence A., New York, N. Y. Table game. 
2,087,276 ; July 20. 

Becker, Logan A., Lakewood, and A. A. Spisak, Cleveland, 
assignors to The Dobeckmun Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Special container and making same. 2,071,018 ; Feb. 
16. 

Becker, Louis C, Eitzen, Minn. Cultivator attachment. 
2,095,165; Oct. 5. 

Becker, Oskar W., Hamburg, assignor to firm Naturln 
Gesellschaft mit beschriinkter Haftung, Weinheim-B, 
Germanv. Device for hardening structures produced 
from hide substance. 2,098,852 ; Nov. 9. 

Becker, Oskar W., Heidelberg, and B. Weiss, assignors 
to Naturin G. m. b. H., Weinheim, Germany. Harden- 
ing waterproofing artificial gut produced from animal 
fibrous material. 2,103,138; Dec. 21. 

Becker, Otto E., Los Angeles, Calif. Steering wheel. 
2,094,631 ; Oct. 5. 

Becker, Otto F., Corona, N. Y. Reenforced bucket. 
2,083,138 ; June 8. 

Becker, Paul. (See Zennig, J., and Becker.) 

Becker, Rudolph, North Plainfield, assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Straw-braid 
sewing machine. 2.082.784 ; June 8. 

Becker, Stephen P., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Line tap stick 
wrench. 2,099,921 ; Nov. 23. 

Becker. Stewart, Schenocrady, N. Y.. assignor to General 
Electric Company. Radio receiver. 2,077,205 ; Apr. 
13. 

Becker, WUhelm. 
Becker.) 

Becker, Wilhehn. 
Hebermehl. ) 

Becker, Wilhelm, Pforzheim, Germany. Device for con- 
necting bands to wrist watches. 2,089,638 ; Aug. 10. 

Becket, Frederick M., New York, and R. Franks, Jackson 
Heights, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Welding rod. 
2,067,631: Jan. 12. 

Becket, Frederick M., New York, N. Y., and R. Franks, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to Union Carbide & Carbon Corporation. Welding 
chromium alloy steels. 2,080,001 ; May 11. 

Beckett, Ernest G., C. Shaw, W. E. Stephen, G. C. Semple, 
and R. Fraser Thomson, Grangemouth, Scotland, as- 
signors to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Sepa- 
rating mixtures of chlorphthalic acid and anhydrides. 
2,092,795; Sept. 14. 

Beckett, Harry S., Pitman, N. J., assignor to S K F In- 
dustries, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Centering arbor. 
2,048,124 ; June 15. 

Beclcett, William H., and A. G. Horvath, assignors to 
The Dayton Pump & Mfg. Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Pump. 2,086,521 ; July 13. 

Beckinsale, Sydney. (See Hill, H., Beckinsale, and Slater.) 

Beckinsale, Sydney. (See Hill, H., Beckinsale, Slater, and 
Dunsheath.) 

Beckler, Oakley K., Dallas, Tex., assignor of sixty-flve per 
cent to G. W. Harris, Marshalltown, Iowa, and J. V. 
Bass, Omaha, Nebr. Valve. 2,077,735 ;■ Apr. 20. 

Beckley, I'endleton, Paris, France. Safety razor. 
2.103,402; Dec. 28. 

Beclanan, Carl, Detroit, Mich. Fuel pum()ing and meter- 
ing device. 2,068,442 ; Jan. 19. 

Beckman, Ernest E., assignor of one-half to W. D. Kreh- 
bjel, Lind, Wash. Electric welding machine. 2,073,603 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Beclcman, Ernest E., Lind, assignor of one-half to W. D. 
Krehbiel, Lind, Wash. Electric circuit. 2,085,568 ; 
June 29. 

Beckman, John W., Oakland, Calif. Purifying sulphur 
dioxide bearing gases. 2,090.828 ; Aug. 24. 

Beckman, Rudolph H. (See Hecht, J. L., and Beckman.) 

Beckwitli, Cliarlos J., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Keasbey 
& Mattison Company, Ambler, Pa. Insulating construc- 
tion. 2,100,624 ; Nov. 30. 

Beckwith, Lawton B. (See Bray, U. B., and Beckwlth.) 

Bcekwirh Manufacturing ('oinpany. (See Lovell, Stanley 
P., assignor.) 

Beckwlth Manufacturing Company, 
and Lovell, assignors.) 

Beckwith Manufacturing Company, 
and M.ncTvor, assignors,) 

Becmor, Stephen M., Bavonno, N. J. 
switch. 2,009,936; Fob. 9. 

Becq, Andr^. and P. Nicolas, Paris, France, assignors to 
Sociote Franqaise Radio Electrique. Remote control and 
signaling system for railway installations. 2,066,613 ; 
Jan. 5. 



(See Mayo, W. M., 
(See Jliller, H. S., 
Direction Indicator 



Becquemont, Jacques, assignor to Soci6t6 Anonyme pour 

les Applications de I'Electricite et des Gaz Rares 

Establissements Claude-Paz & SUva, Paris, France. 

Electric discharge tube. 2,091,953 ; Sept. 7. 
Becton, Dickinson & Co. (See Schwidetzky, O. O. R., 

and Webster, assignors.) 
Becton, Diclduson & Co. (See Smith, Harry T., assignor.) 
Becvar, Josepli, Wickliffe, assignor to The Cleveland Co- 
operative Stove Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Gas burner, 

2,074,531 ; Mar. 23. 
Bedell, Charles E., Port Richmond, Staten Island, N. Y., 

assignor of one-half to H. J. Hornung, Jersey City, N. J. 

Flexible conduit for electric conductors. 2,086,152 ; 

July 6. 
Bedell, James R., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to The 

B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Dispensing 

container. 2,100.096 ; Nov. 23. 
Bedford, Alda Y., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America, New York, N. Y. Television 

system. 2,082,093 ; June 1. 
Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America. Television system. 2,085,409 ; 

June 29. 
Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Intelligence transmission. 

2,089.639 : Aug. 10. 
Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Viscoslmeter. 2,092,632 : Sept. 7. 
Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America. Cathode rav tube deflecting 

circuits. 2,092,871 ; Sept. 14. 
Bedford, Alda V., Collingswood. N. J., assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America. Printer. 2,098,371 ; Nov. 9. 
Bedford, Ben H., Fayetteville, N. Y. Bread butterer. 

2.072.663 ; Jlar. 2. 
Bedford, Burnlce D. (See Griffith, R. C, and Bedford.) 
Bedford, Burnice D. (See Willis, C. H., Bedford, and 

Elder.) 
Bedford, Burnice D. (See Willis, C. H., Elder, and Bed- 
ford.) 
Bedford, Burnice D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric valve converting sys- 
tem. Re. 20,493 ; Sept. 7. 
Bedford, Burnice D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 

General Electric Company. Alternating current motor 

system. Re. 20,568 ; Dec. 7. 
Bedford. Burnice D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 

General Electric Company. Alternating current motor 

svstem. 2,077,206 ; Apr. 13. 
Bedford, Burnice D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to (Jen- 

eral Electric Company. Electric valve circuit. 

2,080,250 ; May 11. 
Recliord, Burnice D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 

General Electric Company. Constant-current magnetic 

bridge. 2,103.996 ; Dec. 28. 
Redford, Burnice D.. Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 

General Electric Company. Electric control circuit. 

2,103.997; Dec. 28. 
Bedford, Howard B., Sutton, England, assignor to Pyrene 

Manufacturing Company, Newark, N. J. Dust niter. 

2,094,775 ; Oct. 5. 
Bedford, James P., Forest Hills, and J. W. Havwood, 

deceased, New York. N. Y., assignors to T. R. Brooks, 

Scranton, Pa. Electrically operated signal arm. 

2.084,984 ; June 29. 
Bedford, Reginald A., Stumperlowe, Sheffield, England. 

Device for holding drill bits. 2.080.526 ; May 18. 
Bedford, Reginald A., Stumperlowe, Sheffield, 'England. 

Quenching bath for hardening and tempering rock 

drills. 2,086,114 ; July 6. 
Bedford, Reginald A., Stumperlowe, Sheffield, England. 

Apparatus for heating the ends of rods, bars, tubes, 

or the like. 2,086,290 ; July 6. 
Bedford, Robert H., Prince Rupert, British Columbia, 

Canada. Toe glazing of frozen fish and other frozen 

foods. 2,093,069 ; Sept. 14. 
Bednall, Harr.v, W., England, assignor to Ferrand & 

Suddards, Limited. Bradford, England. Strap fasten- 
ing. 2,079,081 ; May 11. 
Beebe, Alan P.. Detroit, Jlich., assignor to Peninsular 

Grinding Wheel Co. Grinding wheel. 2,084,789 ; 

June 22. 
Beebe, Frederick E., Wlllowlck, Ohio. Refrigerator con- 
trol. 2.071,019; Feb. 16. 
Beebe, Harry, Minneola, Kans. Hitch. 2,081,083 ; May 

18. 
Beecher, Chester E., De Pere, Wis. Applving dope to 

paper. 2.093,347 ; Sept 14. - t- f 

Beecher. John W.. assignor to The Bristol Company, 

Waterbury, Conn. Integrating attachment for tele- 
metric systems. 2,088.568; Aug. 3. 
Beecher, John W., assignor to The Bristol Company, 

Waterbury, Conn, Spring attachment for measuring 

instruments. 2,088„569 ; Aug. 3. 
Boeeh-Nut I'acking Company. (See McBean, Douglas M., 

assignor.) 
Beech-Nut Packing Company. (See McBean, D. M., and 

Martin, assignors.) 
Beede, Frederick N., Pawtucket, R. I. Mixing valve. 

2,084,378 : June 22. 
Beegle, Raymond E., East St. Lonis, 111. Securing means 

for tool handles. 2,067,751 ; Jan. 12. 
Beegle, Raymond E.. East St. Louis, III. Driving Imple- 
ment. 2,086,694 ; July 13. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



51 



Beeh, Louis, Longmeadow, assignor to United American 
Bosch Corporation, Springfield, Mass. Fuel distributing 
valve. 2,073,604; Mar. 16. 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Jr. (See Lawrence, C. K., and 
Beekhuis. ) 

Bee Line Manufacturing Company. (See Smith, Roy D.. 
assignor.) 

Beeman, Lyle, Milwaukee, Wis. Hot water supply reg- 
ulator. 2,079,650 ; May 11. 

Beers, Arthur D. (See Brunner, J., and Beers.) 

Beers, George L., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Remote control for radio ap- 
paratus. 2,069,127 ; Jan. 26. 

Beers, George L., East Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Electric 
wave reception. 2,082,478 ; June 1. 

Beers, George L., Merchantville, N. J., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Volume 
control system for amplifiers. 2,085,068 ; June 29. 

Beers, George L., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company. Amplifier. 
2,091,134 ; Aug. 24. 

Beers, George L., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio receiving system. 
2,094,092 ; Sept. 28. 

Beers, George L., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Automatic volume control 
circuit. 2,096,874; Oct. 26. 

Beers, George L., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. System for producing stereo- 
sonic effects. 2,098,561 ; Nov. 9. 

Beers, George L., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Tuning meter. 2,101,891 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Beers, George L., Collingswood, rt. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Thermionic amplifier. 
2,102,779 ; Dec. 21. 

Beers, Harry F., Pelham, N. T. Storage cabinet. 
2,101,465 ; Dec. 7. 

Beers, Royce L., Birmingham, assignor to Detroit Stoker 
Company, Alonroe, Mich. Cinder and ash remover. 
2,100,682; Nov. 30. 

Beersman, Charles G.. Evanston, 111. Electrical outlot 
device. 2,072,702 ; Mar. 2. 

Beersman, Charles G., Evanston, 111. Electrical outlet 
device. 2,072,703 ; Mar. 2. 

Beery, Clinton E., Chicago, 111. Furnace. 2,076,061 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Beese, Norman C, Verona, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing 
Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. X-ray tube and cathode 
structure therefor. 2,073,672 ; Mar. 16. 

Beetem, Frank G., assignor to The Electric Storage Bat- 
tery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Controlling the charg- 
ing voltage of storage batteries. 2,006,003 ; Jan. 5. 

Beetem, Frank G., assignor to The Electric Storage Bat- 
tery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Controlling the charg- 
ing voltage of storage batteries. 2,069,737 ; Feb. 9. 

Beetem, Frank G., assignor to The Electric Storage Bat- 
terv Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Storage battery charge 
control. 2,070,541 ; Feb. 9. 

Begg, Ross H., North Haledon, assignor to Breeze Corpo- 
rations, Inc., Newark, N. J. Rivet setting device. 
2,07.5,162: Mar. 30. 

Begg, Russell S., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The Mid- 
land Steel Products Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Vacuum 
operated brake mechanism. 2,077,456 ; Apr. 20. 

Begg, Russell S., Detroit, Mich., a.ssignor to The Midland 
Steel Products Company, Clevol.and, Ohio. Dehydrator 
for air brake systems. 2,079,100 ; May 4. 

Begg, Russell S., assignor to The Midland Steel Products 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Flexible conduit. 

2,083.937 ; June 15. 

Begg, Russell S., Shaker Heights, and R. H. Thorns, 
assignors to The Midland Steel Products Company, 
Cleveland, Oliio. Brake drnra and backing plate com- 
bination. 2,080,395; May 18. 

Beggs, James E.. Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Device for gettering metal tubes. 
2,067,817; Jan. 12. 

Begg.s, James E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Screen grid metal tube. 2,093,302 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Beggs, James E., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Screen grid metal tube. 2,093,303 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Begrich, Fricdrich. (See Kes.solring, F., and Begrioh.) 

Begun, Alex, and R. W. Wi.se, assignors to American Con- 
crete Ueceptical Company, Detroit, Mich. Making 
vF.ults. 2,080,701 ; July 13. 

Begun, Semi, Itcrlin, assignor to C. Lorenz Aktiengesell- 
Kclinft, BorllnTciiipellior. Germanv. Carrying coils of 
wire or tape-shaped bodies. 2,072.241 ; Alnr. 2. 

Begun, Semi, Berlin, assignor to C. Lorenz Aktiengesell- 
Hcliaft, lierlin-TempolhoC, (Jermanv. Si)0ol unit for elec- 
tromagnetic talK-ing machines. 2.088.017; July 27. 

Begun, Keml, Berlin, assignor to C. Lorenz Aktiengi-.-ic'll- 
Kcliafl, I'.iTlln-Tenipelliof, Germanv. lOleclrouiagnetIc 
Inlklrig machine. 2,096,445; Oct. 10. 

l!<>liaM, 'riKirnas W., lilngliunilon, N. Y. Hi)e(>(l reduction 
and motion translating meclianl.sm. 2,0,S6,»31 ; July 
13. 



Behan, Thomas W., Binghamton, N. Y. Washing ma- 
chine. 2.103.966 ; Dec. 28. 

Beharrell, George E., Streetly ; J. Wright, Coventry ; and 
H. Trevaskis, Sutton Coldfield, assignors to Dunlop 
Rubber Company, Limited, London, England. Machine 
gun fire control apparatus. 2,100,097 ; Nov. 23. 

Behimer, Otto, Chicago, 111., assignor to The Texas Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Distilling pressure tar. 
2,095,963; Oct. 19. 

Behle, Casper, Terre Haute, Ind. Door linking means. 
2,078,308 ; Apr. 27. 

Behnke, Bertram C, Chicago, 111. Cotter pin. 2,100,896 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Behnke, Edward C, Chicago, 111. Clothespin. 2,071,812 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Behnke, George W., assignor to Simplicity Engineering 
Company, Durand, Mich. Gyrating screen. 2,068,730 ; 
Jan. 26. 

Behnke, George W., assignor to Simplicity Engineering 
Company, Durand, Mich. Gyrating macliine. 
2,102,252 ; Dec. 14. 

Behr, Arthur, Paris, France. Increasing viscosity of 
latex mixes. 2,092,825 ; Sept. 14. 

Behr, Georg, Gottingen, Germany. Tooth paste. 
2.089.529 ; Aug. 10. 

Behr, Harry C. A., and J. J. Eck, assignors to Yorktown 
Electric Roaster Manufacturing Corporation, York, Pa. 
Automatic roaster. 2,069,192 ; Jan. 26. 

Behr, Harry C. A., and J. J. Eck, assignors to Yorktown 
Electric Roaster Manufacturing Corporation, York, Pa. 
Automatic roaster. 2,069,193 ; Jan. 26. 

Behr, Harry C. A., and J. J. Eck, assignors to Yorktown 
Electric Roaster Manufacturing Corporation, York, Pa. 
Automatic roaster. 2,071,293 ; Feb. 16. 

Behr, Leo, assignor to Leeds & Northrup Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Electric condenser. 2,077,544 ; Apr. 20. 

Behr, Leo J., Bridgeport, Conn. Stationery container 
and toy. 2,084,308 ; June 22. 

Behr-Manning Corporation et al. (See Curtin, George M., 
assignor.) 

Behr-Manning Corporation. (See Schacht, Elmer C, as- 
signor.) 

Behr, Robert K. (See Black, J. E., Smith, and Behr.) 

liclir, Siegfried, Flushing, assignor to Ben Hur Products, 
inc.. New York, N. Y. Comb and casing. 2,103,930; 
r>pc. 28. 

Behrman, John W., Lincoln Park, and R. L. RobioHo, as- 
signors of forty per cent to Federal Industrial Corpo- 
ration, Paterson, and sixty per cent to C. W. Brooks, 
Montclair, N. J. Fuel injector pump. 2,100,318 ; Nov. 

Behrend & Rothschild. (See De Cesare, Matteo, assignor.) 

Bolirens, Ervin F. (See Cox, Alonzo C, assignor.) 

Bohrens, Fred B., assignor to Universal Oil Products Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Treatment of motor fuel. 2,076,524 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Behrens, George G. (See Bittorf, L. A., Behrens, and 
Decker.) 

Behrens, Herbert C, Woodlyn, Pa. Locomotive gear 
transmission. 2,081,846 ; May 25. 

Behringer, Alfred, Corona, N. Y., assignor to Spoedry 
Gravure Corporation, New York, N. Y. Seal for ink 
housings of printing presses. 2,068,839 ; Jan. 26. 

Behrman, Alfred H., and L. H. Eckhardt, Baraboo, Wis., 
said Behrman assignor to said Eckhardt. Smoking pine. 
2,075,497 ; Mar. 30. 

Beider, Warren H., and T. M. Cunningham, Passaic, N. J. 
Sealing containers. 2,099,097 ; Nov. 16. 

Beiderman, Edward G., assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Welding tool. 2,089,013 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Beiderman, Edward G., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Ed- 
ward G. Budd Manufacturing Companv, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Electric welding circuit timer. 2,097,410; Oct. 
26. 

Beii^rsdorf, Hans, Berlin-Dahlem, Germanv, assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing (Company, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Circuit interrupter. 2,095,729 ; 
Oct. 12. 

r.eiger, John W., Ludington. Jlich. Table and manufac- 
turing same. 2,072,242 ; Mar. 2. 

Bell, Forrest F., and E. E. Green, assignors to G. L. and 
E. J. Curtis, and C. A. Armstrong, Clinton, Iowa. Door 
frame construction. 2,080,555; May 18. 

Boiler, Christian S., Gordonville, Pa. Emergency lan- 
tern. 2,082,676 ; June 1. 

Itcisel, Rex B., West Hartford, assignor to TTnIt(Hl Aircraft 
Corporation. East Hartford, Conn. Engine cooling 
means. 2,007,041 • .Tan. 5. 

B(is(>l, Rex 1!., West Il.'irtford, assignor to United Aircraft 
Coiporation, East Hartford, Conn. Oil-cooling radiator. 
2,079.275 : May 4. 

Heisaer, Charlotte, administratrix. (See Belsser, Ooorg.) 

Bi'Isser, Georg, deceased, Hamburg-Uahlstedt, Germany ; 
C. lielsaer, adnilnlslr:itrlx, ll;inili\irg-Uahlstedt, (Jer- 
many. Scale. 2,074,884 ; Mar. 23. 

llcisNcr, Gi'orL'. deccMsed. hy Cliarlol le Ucl.sser, admlnlatra- 
trlx, Tlainburg-Kalit.stedt, (Teiiiialiy. Device for pickling 
meat willi the aid of picl;ii)g brine to be Introduced Into 
the latter. 2,088,257; July 27. 

I'.ejeuhr. W.Mllcr. (Sec- Ailii'r. V,. V., and llejeuhr.) 

lU'Uen, Fritz, Ilford. England. Mixing machine. 
2,09!'),007 ; Oct. 12. 



02 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Bekius, Xicholas, assignor to Robert W. Irwin Company, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. Drop leaf swivel top extension 
table. 2.075,881 ; Apr. 6. 

Belar, Herbert. (See Batsel, M. C, and Belar.) 

Belcher, Clarence F. (See Lulek. R. N., and Belcher.) 

Belcher, Daniel, Jlinneapolis, Minn., and R. J. Williams, 
assignors to Bends Bro. Bag Co., St. Louis. JIo. Bond- 
ing machine and method. 2,088,228 ; July 27. 

Belcher, George K., Company. (See Reinhardt, Louis W., 
assignor.) 

Belcher, Harold H. (See Sibson, W. W., and Belcher.) 

Belcher, Harold H., assignor to The Philadelpliia Drying 
Machinery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Fabric treating 
machine. 2, 103. 974; Dec. 14. 

Belchetz, Arnold, Houston, Tex., and B. R. Carney, Harts- 
dale, N. y., assignors to Shell Development Company, 
San Francisco, Calif. Sweetening process. 2,08-5,523 ; 
June 29. 

Belden, Albert G., and R. A. Cole, assignors to Norton 
Company, Worcester, Mass. Centerless grinding ma- 
chine. 2,073,509 ; Mar. 9. 

Belden, Albert G., assignor to Norton Company, Worcester, 
Mass. Steadyrest for grinding machines. 2,078,556 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Belden, Albert G., assignor to Norton Company, Worcester, 
Mass. Roll grinding machine. 2,078,705 ; Apr. 27. 

Belden, Charles W., Chicago, 111., assignor to Reynolds 
Metals Company, New Yorlv, N. Y. Illuminated sign. 
2,086,893 ; July 13. 

Belden Manufacturing Company. (See Andre, Gustaf E., 
assignor. J 

Belden Maniifacturing Company. (See Boiler, Frank J., 
assignor.) 

Belden, Neeta M., administratrix. (See High, James P.) 

Belrting, Harvey R., Vandergrift, Pa., assignor to American 
Sheet and Tin Plate Company. Treating metals. 
2,074,954 ; Mar. 23. 

Beldue, William J., assignor to The Kurlash Company, 
Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Tweezer. 2,089,177 ; Aug. 10. 

Belenson, Ben H., assignor of one-tenth to R. P. Peck, and 
F. B. Radley, Detroit, Mich. Roller towel cabinet con- 
struction. 2,095,021 ; Oct. 5. 

BelfilB, Georges, and P. G. Laurent, Belfort, France, as- 
signors to General Electric Company. Electric power 
transmission system. 2,095,120 ; Oct. 5. 

Belfore, Joseph, assignor to C. P>. Johnson, Detroit, Mich. 
Attachment for golf clubs. 2,086,974 ; July 13. 

Belgard-Spero, Inc. (See Kerry, John R., assignor.) 

Beling, Christopher C, executor. (See Beling, Leopold.) 

Beling, Leopold, deceased. Long Beach, N. Y. ; C. C. Beling, 
executor, Newark, N. J. Teapot. 2,099,996 ; Nov. 23. 

Eelinski. Nicholas D., Greenlawn, X. Y. Flying machine. 
2.091.580 ; Aug. 31. 

Belknap, Gardner A., Conneautville, Pa. Massaging de- 
vice. 2,100,234 ; Nov. 23. 

Belknap Manufacturing Company, The. (See Belknap, 
William L., assignor.) 

Belknap. William L., Stratford, assignor to The Belkliap 
Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Fire alarm 
and prevention system. 2,091,465 ; Aug. 31. 

Bell, Alfred B., Gardner, assignor to Heywood-Wakefleld 
Companv, Boston, Mass. Car seat. 2,095,561 ; Oct. 
12. 

Bell, Alfred B., assignor to Heywood-Wakefield Company, 
Gardner, Mass. Recliner mechanism for chairs. 
2,099,460; Nov. 16. 

Bell, Charles H. (See Christie. L. M., and Bell.) 

Bell, Charles W., Wilkinsburg, Pa., assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Interlocking 
control apparatus. 2,084,425 ; June 22. 

Bell, Charles W., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
traffic governing apparatus. 2,085,891 ; July 6. 

Bell, Cornelius D., Jr., Detroit, Mich. Wood preserving 
and fireproofing composition. 2,075,693 ; Mar. 30. 

Bell. Dillwyn M.. River Forest, assignor to Dudley Lock 
Corporation, Chicago. 111. Key and permutation oper- 
ated door lock. 2.083,358 ; June 8. 

Bell, Edgar C, Long Beach, Calif. Rotary engine. 
2,084,667 ; June 22. 

Bell, Edward B., Lowell, Mass.. assignor to The Buromin 
Companv, Pittsburgh. Pa. Treatment of textile mate- 



rials: 2.071.385; Feb. 23. 

Bell, Frank, Chicago, 111. 
2,067,818 ; Jan. 12. 

Bell, Frank B., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
wheels. 2,070,775; Feb. 16. 

Bell, Gilbert, Lonsdale, R. I. Machine for recording .tex- 
tile construction or design. 2,079,674 ; May 11. 

Bell. liarrv W.. assignor to Durable Mat Company, Seattle, 
Wash. RifTlo. 2,089,780 : Aug. 10. 

Bell & Howell Company, The. (See Howell, Albert S., 
assiguor.) 

Bell & Howell Company, The. 
assignor.) 

Bell & Howell Company, The. 
assignor.) 

Bell & Howell Company, The. 
Jr., assignor.) 

Bell, James H. (See Dinley, Clarence F., assignor.) 

Bell, John, Yonkers, assignor to The Spool Cotton Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Display device. 2,103,241 ; 
Dec. 28. 



Luminous tube mounting. 



Mounting for vehicle 



(See McNabb, Joseph H., 
(See McNabb, Louis A., 
(See MIehle, Robert F., 



Bell, John F., Cape May Court House, N. J. Sanitary 

toothbrush container with antiseptic vial. 2,083,487 ; 

June 8. 
Bell, John H., South Orange, N. J., assignor to Bell 

Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Transmission system. 2,096,025 ; Oct. 19. 
Bell, Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio, i^lectromotor compressor. 

2,067,819 ; Jan. 12. 
Bell, Joseph W. (See Hemstreet, D. A., and Bell.) 
Bell Machine Company, The. icjee iJell, Morris A., as- 
signor. ) 
Bell, Morris A., assignor to The Bell Machine Company, 

Oshkosh, Wis. Match roll with holder. 2,067,820 ; 

Jan. 12. 
Bell, Nathan, Los Angeles, Calif. Culinary article. 

2,100,021 ; Nov. 23. 
Bell. Norman. (See Fox, Telford, assignor.) 
Bell Punch Company Limited. (See Black, H. D., and 

Degen, assignors.) 
Bell Punch Company Limited. (Se6 Degen, Alexander 

A. C, assignor.) 
Bell Punch Company Limited. (See Godfrey, Percy F., 

assignor.) 
Bell Punch Company. (See Roedels. George D., assignor.) 
Bell Punch Company Limited. (See Wohlrabe, Otto, as- 
signor.) 
Bell, Robert A. (See Nonhebel, G., and Bell.) 
Bell, Robert J., Orlando, Fla. Coffee dispenser. 

2,077,980 ; Apr. 20. 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 

Aamodt, Thoralf , assignor. ) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Acker, 

J. T., and Wilson, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Adams, 

William J., Jr., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Aiken, 

Charles B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Allen, 

Lawrence H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Allen, 

L. H., and Gooderham, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, et al. (See 

Anderson, E. N., Bascom, Getz, and Sandalls, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Arlt, 

Herbert G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Arnold, 

Harold D., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Atkins, 

George E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bachelet, 

Albert E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bardsley, 

Joseph R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Barney, 

Harold L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Baum- 

falk, John, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Beau- 
mont, William M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Becker, 

Josepli A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bell, 

John H., assignor.) 
Uell •Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Betts, 

Walter L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Beyer, 

J. W., and Terry, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bieling, 

Carl A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bishop, 

J. B., and Knott, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bishop, 

Walter M.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bjorn- 

son, Bjorn G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bjorn- 

son, B. G., and Bryant, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Black, 

H. S.. and Edson, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Black, 

Harold S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Black, 

Knox C.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Black- 
man, Ralph B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Blair, 

Royer R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bode, 

Hendrik W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bond, 

Donald S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bost- 

wick. Lee O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bowne, 

Langford J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Brede- 

hoft, Harold A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Broad- 
well, Howard, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Brooks, 

Fred A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Broogh- 

ton, William W., assignor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



53 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Browne, 

Bennle O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Bruce, 

Edmond, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Buch, 

P. E., and Hansen, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Busch, 

Aloysius J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Busch, 

L. H., and Gooderham, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Car- 
penter, Warren W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Car- 
penter. W. W., and Hague, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Carpen- 
ter, W. W., and Myers, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See 

Caruthers, Robert S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cash, 

Claude C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cesareo, 

Orfeo, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cesareo, 

O., ,nnd Mueller, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Chaffee, 

Joseph G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cheg- 

widden, R. A., Harazim, Kuhn, and Pettit, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Clare, 

Harry R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cole, 

Ira E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Collins, 

Cyril A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cramer, 

Walter W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Cruser, 

Victor I., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Cum- 

mings. George C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Curtis. 

Austen M., assi.fl:nor.i 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Curtis, 

A. M. and Wood, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Curtis, 

Harold E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dar- 
lington, Sidney, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See De 

Lange, Owen E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dickie- 
son, Alton C, nssignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dimond, 

Thomas L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Doha, 

Stephen, .Tr., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Doherty, 

William H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dowd, 

Andrew D., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dudley, 

Homer W.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Dunn, 

Hugh K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Eglin, 

Jamps M.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fay, 

Clifford E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Farkas, 

Samuel F., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Farkas, 

S. F., and Hilton, .issignnrs.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Firth, 

N. v., and Hall, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fisher, 

Joseph R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fitch, 

Karl E.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Fitch, 

K. E., and Klnkead, aesignors.) 
Bell Telephone Jjiiboratories, Incorporated. (See Ford, 

Gaylon T., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Forster, 

Frank T., assignor.) 
Bell Telpphone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Pox, 

A. L., Haskell, and Sturzenegger, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gabriel, 

J. C, and Rodwin, assignors.) 
Bell Tplophone Ijiihoratories, Incorporated. (See Gar- 
field, Owen R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Garvin, 

John S., assignor.) 
Boll Tolcplionc L.'ibnnitorJpR, Incorporated. (See Gnu- 

thlfr, Mil reel ('., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gent, 

Edgar W., assignor.) 
Bell Tcloplioiio Liiboratorlos, Incorporated. (See Gibson, 

Earl S., nsHlgnor.) 
Bell Tolophonc Tjtiboratorlos, Incorporated. (See Gibson, 

E. S., and Wortli, iisslgnors. and Hanson.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gll)Ron. 

Robert D., assignor.) 
Bell TclcDli'vnc liMhorntorles, Incorporated. (See Glertsen, 

Oyvind N., assignor.) 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gilbert, 
John J., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gleason, 
Daniel H., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gofif, 
Harold W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Goodall, 
William M., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gorton, 
William S., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Grant, 
Dwight W., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gray, 
Frank, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Green- 
idge, Ralph M. C, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Gris- 
dale, Richard O., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated. (See Gross- 
man, Alexander J., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hague, 
Alfred E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hamp- 
ton, L. N., and Smith, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Har- 
desty, James M., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Har- 
desty, J. M., and Lawson, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Harley, 
John B., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Harper, 
Augustus E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incoi-porated. ( See Harrison, 
Henry C, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hearn, 
Richard B. assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hefele, 
John R., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Heising, 
Raymond A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hick- 
man. Clarence N., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hick- 
man, C. N.. and Mallina, assignors.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hold- 
away, Vivian L., assignor!) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hop- 
kins, Harris F., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. ( See Hovland, 
Henry, assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hoyt, 
Fredprick A., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Hysko, 
J. L., Large, and Munro, assignors.) 

Bell Telpphone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ingman- 
son. John H., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ives, 
Herbert E., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Jame- 
son. Malcolm F., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Jervey, 
William T., assignor.) 

Rell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See John- 
son, Lewis H., assignor.) 

Bell i'elephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Jones, 
Edward H., assignor.) 

Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Jones, 

Theodore A., assignor.) 
RpII Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Jutson, 

R. P., and Trucksess, assignors.) 
P.oll Telpphone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kannen- 

Iiprg, Walter F., assignor.) 
Boll Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Keller, 

Arthur C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kelsay, 

Le Roy W., assignor.) 
T'.pll Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kelso, 

Hugh D.. assignor.) 
P.pH Tplephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kemp, 

Archie R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See King, 

Archie P., assignor.) 
Rell Telephone Lal)oratorics, Incorporated. (See Kinkead, 

Fullerton S.. assignor.) 
Bell Telpplione Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kin- 

kpod, F. S., and Locke, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Ijaboratories, Incorporated. (See Kinsley, 

Thomas G., assignor.) 
Roll Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Knoop, 

William A., assignor.) 
Roll Telpphone Tiaboratorlpa, Incorporated. (Soo Koech- 

llntr, Ch.irlps 1>.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Koenig, 

Walter, Jr.) 
Rell TelppUoiio Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Korn, 

I''rimUlin A., assignor.) 
BpU TplPi)h()ne I.iiboratorlps, Incorporated. (See Korn, 

V\ A., luul Mypra, assignors.) 
Rpll Telpphone Laboratories, Inc. (See Krecok, Joseph A., 

assignor.) 
it.jl 'l\>l(|ili()iu' l.aboralorlpa, Inoorponitod. (Soo Kroer, 

.liilin <;.. .Ir., nHslgnor.) 
I'.i'll 'I'plppboiip TiMboralorlps, Incorporated. (Soo Krelshcr, 

CIiukIp, assignor.) 



54 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kuch, 

Frederick C. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kuhn, 

J. J., and Luni, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Kuntz, 

Frank A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Langa- 

beer, Harvey T., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Levin, 

Samuel A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Llewel- 
lyn. FiPderick P... assi^Tior.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lovell, 

Clarence A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lovell, 

C. A., and Wegel, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratoiies, Incorporated. (Scf Low. 

Frank K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lucas, 

Francis F., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lucek, 

Charles W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lum, 

George R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Lundry, 

Walter R.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mal- 

linckrodt, Charles O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Marri- 

son, Warren A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mar- 
shall, Robert N., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mason, 

Warren P., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, et al. (See 

Mason, W. P., assignor, Stanton, and Tweeddale.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Masson- 

neau, Robert F., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (SeeMatejka, 

Gladstone, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mathes, 

Rohfrt C. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mat- 

thies, William H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See May, 

David T., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See McNally, 

James O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mead, 

Sallie P., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Meiss- 

ner, Cliarles R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Menden- 

hall. Hallam E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Miller, 

Daniel D., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Miller, 

Victor F., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Mills, 

Percy E.. assignor.) 
Sell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Miner, 

Russell C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Moore. 

Charles R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incori)orated. (See Morri- 
son, H., Reichle, and Thayer, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Morton. 

Edmund R.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Myers, 

Oscar, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See New- 
house. R. C, and Tinus, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Norton. 

Edward L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. • (See Oda- 

renko, Todos M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ohl, 

Russell S., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc., ot al. (See Osborne, 

H. S., and Wright, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Payne, 

Edward B., as5signor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Peter- 
son. Eugene, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Pollard. 

0. E., and Russell, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Prescott, 

Charles H., Jr., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. (See Price, 

Arnold F., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Pniden, 

Harold ^1.. assiimor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. (See Ranges, John E., 

assignor.) 
Bell Tolephono Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ras- 

mussen, Osvald E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Rey- 
nolds, John N., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Riesz, 

RohiTi R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. (See Roberts, John G., 

assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Roberts, 

J. G., and Richard, assignors.) 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Eock- 

wood, (ieorge H., Jr., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Rodwin, 

George, assignor). 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ronci, 

Victor L., assignor.) 
BeU Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Rosene, 

Victor E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Samuel, 

Arthur L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Saul, 

George N., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Scott, 

Herbert J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Scnd- 

der. Frederick J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Sbann, 

Oscar A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Shaw, 

Robert C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Smith, 

George O., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Spencer, 

Thomas A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Sperry, 

Arthur B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Stacy, 

Leland J., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Stil- 

well, George R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Stokely, 

Ray L.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See StoUer, 

Hugh M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Stoller, 

H. M., and Morton, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Strieby, 

Maurice E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Sutliff, 

Carleton B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Swart, 

Leland K., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Swick- 

ard, Andrew E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Taylor, 

Charles C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Terry, 

Donald M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Thuras, 

Albert L., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Thurs- 
ton, George M., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Trep- 

tow. Frederick W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ulrich, 

Horace W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Yeazie, 

Edmund A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See von der 

Linden, Ernst, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wagar, 

Harold N., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wal- 

dron. F. D.. and Wier, assignors.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Ward, 

Frank E., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Weaver, 

Myron A., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wein- 

hart, Howard W., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wente, 

Edward C, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wheeler, 

Clyde H., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See White, 

Charles, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Whitney, 

Wiley, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Whittle, 

Horace, assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wil- 
liams, Samuel B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wilson, 

Henry D.. Jr.. assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wilson, 

Ira G., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wilson, 

James R., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wlnsor, 

Paul, Jr., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Worth, 

John B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. (See Wright, 

Snmner B., assignor.) 
Bell Telephone l-aboratories. Incorporated. (See Yeutter, 

Clyde S., assignor.) 
Bell, William L., assignor to G. H. Chick, Oakland, Calif. 

Orthopedic table. 2.101,466 ; Dec. 7. 
Bell. William O., Highland Park, assignor to R. H. T^oomis, 

Chicago, 111. Justified lines tvpewritcr. 2,067,821 ; 

Jan. 12. 
Bell, Wright H.. Oneonta, N. Y. Loaded and light car 

brake. 2,098,129 ; Nov. 2. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



55 



Bellamy, John I. (See Nelson, M. L., Eoblnson, and 
Bellamy. ) 

Bellamy, John I. (See Robinson, H. C, and Bellamy.) 

Bellamy, John I., JBrookfield, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Stock quotation system. 2,095,730 ; Oct. 12. 

Bellamy, John I., Brookfield, and R. G. Richai-dson, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Associated Electric 
Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, 111. Time signaling system. 
2,070,878 ; Feb. 16. 

Bellamy. John I., Brookfield, M. L. Nelson, Park Ridge, 
and H. F. Obergfell, River Forest, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Associated Electric Laboratories, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Stock quotation system. 2,096,954; Oct. 
26. 

Bellamy, Joseph W., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Flash- 
light. 2,076,495; Apr. 6. 

Bellamy, Leon, Newton, Mass. Mechanism for feeding 
and dusting sheets of materials. 2,093,654 ; Sept. 21. 

Bellanca, Giuseppe M., New Castle, Del. Retractable 
landing gear. 2.096,535 ; Oct. 19. 

Bellay, Julien, Brussels, Belgium (i.Ts generating boiler 
for central heating. 2,071,678 ; Feb. 23. 

Bellinger, James F., La Fayette, assignors to Scientific 
Oil Corporation, Indianapolis, Ind. Still for renovation 
of used oils. 2,085,069 ; June 29. 

Bellingham, Leonard, F. S. and G. F. Stanley, London, 
England. Prism combination for three color photo- 
graphy and cinemntogrnphy. 2,101,728; Dec. 7. 

Bellini, Ettore, Paris, France, assignor to Cie Gto^rale 
de T^l^graphie Sans Fil. Radio direction finder. 
2,095,588; Oct. 12. 

Bellini Delle Stelle, Umberto G., Saint-Seurin, Bordeaux, 
France. Treating the secretions 'of plants. 2,088,684; 
Aug. 3. 

Bellis, Joseph, St. Paul, Minn. Carburetor control mecha- 
nism. 2,066,667 ; Jan. 5. 

Bellman, Edward L., assignor of one-half to E. W. John- 
son, Rockford, 111. Screw propeller. 2,099,922 ; Nov. 
23. 

Bellmann, Rudolf, Chemnitz, Germany. Ladder mending 
device for knit goods. 2,074,080 ; Mar. 16. 

Belloc, Maurice, assignor to Soci6t6 Nobel Francalse 
(Soci4t6 Anonyme), Paris, France. Preparation of 
condensation products. 2,089,530 ; Aug. 10. 

Belloch, Morris, Brooklyn, N. Y. Clasp or the like. 
2,082,938 ; June 8. 

Belloch, Morris, Brooklyn, N. Y. Brooch. 2,098,820 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Belloni, Angelo, La Spezia, Italy. Facilitating escape 
from submerged craft. 2,076,219 ; Apr. 6. 

Belluche, Elmer W., and F. R., assignors to Christensen 
Machine Company, Racine, Wis. Sheet feeding machine. 
2,075,016; Mar. 30. 

Belluche, Elmer W. and P. R., assignors to Christensen 
Machine Company, Racine, Wis. Sheet feeding ma- 
chine. 2,082,239 ; June 1. 

Belluche, Elmer W. and P. R., Racine, Wis. Method of 
and apparatus for feeding sheets. 2,082,240 ; June 1. 

Belluche, Elmer W., assignor to Christensen Jlaehine Com- 
pany, Racine, Wis. Bronzing machine. 2,096,026 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Belluche, Frank R. (See Belluchp, Elmer W, and F, R,) 

Belluche, Frank R,, Racine, Wis. Sheet transfer for 
bronzing machines. 2,092,568 ; Sept. 7. 

Belluzzo, Giuseppe, Rome, Italy. Combustion turbine. 
2.073,191 : Mar. 9. 

Belluzzo, Giuseppe, Rome. Itnly. Construction of internal 
combustion turbines. 2.073.605 ; Mar. 16. 

Belmont Casket Mfg. Company, The. (See NefE, Harry 
A., assignor.) 

B6Iohiavek, Bruno, Moravska Ostrava, Czechoslovakia. 
Furnace wall, furnace-gaa baffle plate and the like. 
2,079,982; May 11. 

Beloit Iron Works. (See Berry, Earl E., assignor.) 

Beloit Iron Works. (See Dundore, Marvin W., assignor.) 

Belshaw, Charles P., Greenville, Mich. Combination ice 
cuber and beverage cooler. 2,086,253 ; July 6. 

Belshe, Ralph L. (See Roberts, C. IT. M., and Bolshe.) 

Belsinger, Inc, (See Belsinger, Samuel P., assignor.) 

Belsinger, Samuel P., assignor to Belsinger, Inc., At- 
lanta, Ga. Shipping container. 2,082,677 ; June 1. 

Belsinger, Samuel P., assignor to Belsinger, Inc., Atlanta, 
Gti. Fiberbnard container. 2,094,783 : Oct. 5. 

Belt, J. S., Natural Resource Corporation. (See Belt, 
Joseph S., assignor.) 

Belt, Joseph S., Amarillo, Tex., assignor to J. S. Belt 
Natural Resource Corporation, Phoenix, Ariz. Appara- 
tus for producing carbon dioxide. 2,080,300 ; May 11. 

Beltz, John S., assignor to The Jeffrey Minnifucturiii'j; 
Company, Columbus, Ohio. Cutter bar and cutter chain. 
2,068,780 ; Jan. 26. 

Belyea, Fred. Enst Braintrce, assignor to Geo. E. Keith 
Company, Campello, Mass. Shoo. 2,083,938; June 15. 

Beman, Ransom H. (See Rovinsky, Stnnley J., M.ssignor, ) 

Beman, Ransom II., assignor lo Kolvinator Corpornlinii, 
Detroit, MIeh. Thermostatic control mechanism. 
2,009,002 ; Jan. 20. 

Beman, Ransom IT., assignor to Kelvlnator C^orporatlon, 
Detroit, Mich. Electrical apparatus. 2,009,003 ; Jan. 
20. 

Beman, Ransom 11., assignor to Kelvlnator Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Oil burning apparatus. 2,088,833 ; 
Aug. 3. 



Bemberg, I. P., Aktiengesellschaft. (See Etzkorn, R., 
and Knehe, assignors.) 

Bemis, Arthur S., assignor to Speer Carbon Company, St. 
Marys, Pa. Bearing. 2,093,799 ; Aug. 21. 

Bemis Bros. Bag Co. (See Belcher, D., and Williams, 
assignors. ) 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Brady, Charles V., assignor.) 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Finn, L. J., and Weeks, as- 
signors.) 

Bemis Bro. Bag Co. (See Rowe. William W., assignoi-.) 

Bemis Bro. Bag Company. (See Stetson, Bradford R., 
assignor.) 

Bemis Industries, Incorporated. (See Batcheller, Clem- 
ents, assignor.) 

Bemis, Kenneth E., Oakland, Calif. Drink mixer. 

2.070.776 ; Feb. 16. 

Bemis, Kenneth E., Oakland, Calif. Pie crust forming, 
trimming, and baking machine. 2,078,189 ; Apr. 20. 

Bemis, Kenneth E., Oakland, Calif. Drink mixer. 
2,078,190 ; Apr. 20. 

Bemiss, Robert P., San Francisco, Calif. Egg carton and 
the like. 2,096,315 ; Oct. 19. 

Benade, Walther, Dessau in Anhalt, E. Fischer, Bad 
Soden in Taunus, and M. Raeck, Dessau in Anhalt, 
Germany, assignors to General Aniline Works, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Monoazo dyes. 2,083,216 ; June 8. 

Benamy, Joseph, Atlanta, Ga. Receptacle with tempera- 
ture indicator. 2,094,520; Sept. 28. 

Benander, George B., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Monowatt Electric Corporation. 
Heater plug with rocker switch. 2,095,121 ; Oct. 5. 

Benander, George B., Yalesville, Conn., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Connecter. 2,098,800 ; Nov. 9. 

Benander, George B., Yalesville, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Monowatt Electric Corporation, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Electrical connecter. 2,099,555 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Benbow, Burtis W., Benbow, Calif. Gear mechanism. 

2.070.777 ; Feb. 16. 

Bence, William J., Kingston, N. Y. Fisherman's bait re- 
placing and line-freezing device. 2.083,814 ; June 15. 

Bencowitz, Isaac. (See Bacon, R. F., and Bencowitz.) 

Bencowivz, Isaac, New York, N. Y., assignor to Texas 
Gulf Sulphur Company. Flowmeter. 2,103,741 ; Dec. 
28. 

Benda, Louis, Frankfort-on-the-Main, and O. Sievers, Hohe 
Tanne, near Hanau-on-the-Main, Germajay, assignors to 
WInthrop Chemical Company Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Easily soluble salts of acylamino-phenol-arsonic acids. 
2,070,109 ; Feb. 9. 

Bender, Charles, Brooklyn, N. Y. Scalable tag, 
2,085,070 ; June 29. 

Bender, Harry, Antioch, Calif., assignor to Great Western 
Electro-Chemical Company. Carbon body. 2,074,885 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Bender, Harry, Antioch, Calif., assignor to Great Western 
Electro-Chemical Company. Gas reaction apparatus. 
2.089.937 ; Aug. 17. 

Bender, Howard L., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to BakeUte 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Resin dehydration. 
2,101,635 ; Dec. 7. 

Bender, Howard L., and H. A. Hoffman, Bloomfield, N. J., 
assignors to BakeUte Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Urea resins. 2,084,314 ; June 22. 

Bender, Joseph M., Hollis, assignor to Jacoby-Bender, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Extensible bracelet clasp. 
2.097,055; Oct. 26. 

Bender, Karl, Wetzlar an der Lahn, and M. Bunke, Tiefen- 
bach Kreis Wetzlar, assignors to Buderus'sche Eisen- 
werke, Wetzlar, Germany. Refining or separating elec- 
trically conductive liquids. 2,099,593 ; Nov. 16. 

Bender, Max., Astoria, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to United Acoustigraph Corporation. Recording 
and reproducing sound. 2,077,388 ; Apr. 20. 

Bender, Blax, New York, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to United Acoustograph Corporation. Re- 
cording and reproducing sound. 2,083,815 ; June 15. 

Bender. Max, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to United Acoustigraph Corporation. 
Recording and reproducing moans. 2,09(),9.')7 ; Aug. 24. 

Bender, Max, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to United Acoustigraph Corporation. 
Sound recorder and repi-oducer. 2,094,201 : Sept. 28. 

Bender, Robert C, Davenport, Iowa. Returnable shipping 
container. 2,100,309 ; Nov. 30. 

Bender, Robert W., assignor to Inter-Collegiate Press, 
Kansas City, Mo. Forming die for intaglio printing 
machine plates. 2.090,090 ; Aug. 17. 

P.endheim, Ferdinand. (Sen ITlrstel, Dave, assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (Sei; Allen, Joseph W., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Axlmann. Ilai-old G., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviallon Corporation. (See Bragg, Caleb S., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Breese, James L., Jr., 



assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

assignor.) 
Bendix Aviallon Corporation. 

assignor.) 



(Sew Breese, Robert P., 

(See Budd, Clarrnco B., 

(.'>ee Ciubonarn, Victor TO., 



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Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Carroll, Eugene G., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Chandler, Milton E., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Chappell, R. R., and 
Srreb, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Cunningham, Marion 
M., assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation et al. (See Cunningham, 
M. M., and JBradley, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Dodge, Adiel T., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Frank, Fredericlj C, 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Hansen, Hans A., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Heidloff, Joseph R., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (SeeHeintz, Ralph M., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Hunt, George H., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Hunt, Scott F., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Johnson, Carl V., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Kerr, Henry H., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Kliesrath, Victor W., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See La Brie, Ludger E., 
;issii;nor. ) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See McDonald, Eugene 
G., assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Nowosielslii, Edward 
B., assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Price, Harold W., and 
E. R., assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Seward, Clarence L., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Reichel, Wladlmir A., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Reichel W. A., Havill, 
and Ketay, assignor^;.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Sanford, Roy S., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation. Corporation. (See Sanford, R. S., and 
Carroll, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Seward, Clarence L., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Smalley, Lee L., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Spengler, Walter J., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Spengler, W. J., and 
Cerf, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Timian, Harold H., 
assicnor. ) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Tognola, Tullio, as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See \Yade, F. A., and 
Urfcr, assignors.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Wadsworth. Frank 
L. O., assignor.) 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. (See Wolcott, Carl H., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Bendix, Vincent, assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Beyer, Raymond H., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Burton, R. J., and Parker, 
assignors.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Carroll, Eugene G., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Dodge, Adiel Y., assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Dodge, A. Y., and Mc- 
Conkey, assignors.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Dodge, Adiel Y., and Pol- 
lard, assignors.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Fowler, Owen H., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Gallup, David L., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Goepfrich, Rudolph A., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See La Brie, Ludger E., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See La Brie, L. E., and Rosner, 
assignors.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Linsley, Douglas F., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See McConkey, Montgomery W., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Norton, Raymond J., as- 
.'jignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Rosner, Adolph, assignor.) 

Bondix Brake (Company. (See Starr, Albert C, assignor.) 

Bondix Brake Company. (See Taylor, Cecil H., assignor.) 

Bendix Brake Company. (See Taylor, Eugene V., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Axtmann, Harold G., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Baade, Henry, as- 
signor.) 



Bendix Products Corporation. (See Breese, Robert P., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Chambers, Allen C, 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Dickieson, Edward F., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Frank, Frederick 
C, assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Goepfrich, Rudolph 
A., assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Heitger, Frank H., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Hodgkins, Albert A., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Irving, John S., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Kliesrath, Victor W., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Koppel, Ernest R., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See La Brie, Ludger E., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Lafltte, Theodore J., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Lafitte, Theodore 
J.-B., assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Millard, Earl B., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Miller, Philip M., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Miller, Richard B., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Pike, Henry L., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Roborts. Glyn P., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Roche, Clifton R., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Smith, Marshall 
A., Jr., assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Tatter, John W., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Warren, Kenneth W., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See White. Jnlin W., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Whittington, Ralph 
S., assignor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Wynn, James H., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Products Corporation. (See Yost, Karl M,, as- 
signor.) 

Bondix Radio Corporation. (See Hyland, Lawrence A., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Research Corporation. (See Johnson, Carl V., 
assignor.) 

Bendix Radio Corporation. (See Speer, Joseph G., as- 
signor.) 

Bendix Research Corporation. (See McConkey Mont- 
gomery W., assignor.) 

Bendix Stromberg Carliuretor Company. (See Barbarou, 
Marius J. B., assignor.) 

Bendix, Vincent, South Bend, Ind. Bralie. 2,076,538 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Bendix, Vincent, Chicago, 111., assignor to Bendix Brake 
Company, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 2,074,717 ; Mar. 
23. 

Bendix, Vincent, and D. Boothby. Chicago, 111., and L. L. 
Smalley. South Bend, Ind., assignors to International 
Engineering Corporation, Chicago, 111. Turntable. 
2,073,862 ; Mar. 16. 

Bendix Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Eaton, Wilfred A., assignor.) 

Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Sanford, Roy S., assignor.) 

B.-ndix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company. 
(See Vorech, Stenhen, assignor.) 

Bcndz, Waldomar I., Arlington, Mass., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Acceleration control system. 
2,081,977 ; June 1. 

Benecke, Hcinrich, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 
fUr Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 
Coil body for field coils of electrodynamic loudspeakers. 
2,099.997 : Nov. 23. 

Benedek, Elek, Mount Gllead, Ohio. Bearing. 2,074,202 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Benedek. Elek, Mount Gilead, Ohio. Pump. 2,074,203 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Benedek, Elek, Mount Gilead, Ohio. Hydraulic appara- 
tus. 2,074,204 ; Mar. 16. 

Benedek, Elek, Mount Gilead, Ohio. Fluid pressure gen- 
erator. 2,074,205 ; Mar. 16. 

Benedek, Elek, Mount Gilead, Ohio. Pump and metliod 
of silencing and operating pumps. 2,070.017 ; Mar. 30. 

Benedek, Elek K.. Bucyrus, Ohio. Hydraulic pump or 
motor. 2,074,206; Mar. 16. 

Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus. Oliio, assignor of one-half to 
P. von Vftg6, Budapest, Hungary. Steering meclianism 
for vehiclps. 2,07.'),.')67 ; Mar. .^0. 

Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Hydraulic pump or 
motor. 2.077.389 ; .\pr. 20. 

Benedek. Elek K., Bucyrus. Ohio. Variable displacement 
puuip or motor. 2,097,830 ; Not. 2 



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Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Hydraulic motor for 
rotary spindle machines. 2,098,213 ; Nov. 9. 

Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Hydraulic motor for 
rotary spindle machines. 2,098,214 ; Nov. 9. 

Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Hydraulic pump or 
motor. 2,103..313 ; Dec. 28. 

Benedek, Elek K., Mount Gilead, Ohio. Hydraulic pump 
or motor. 2,101,729 ; Dec. 7. 

Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. High pressure hydraulic 
pump or motor. 2,101,730 ; Dec. 7. 

Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Hydraulic machine. 
2,101,731 ; Dec. 7. 

Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Hydraulic machine. 
2,101,732 ; Dec. 7. 

Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Hydraulic motor. 
2,101,829 ; Dee. 7. 

Benedek, Elek K., Bucyrus, Ohio. Variable delivery pump 
or motor. 2,103,314 : Dec. 28. 

Benedict, Anthony C, Rockville Centre, N. Y. Noncrack- 
Ing joint covering and finish. 2,078,049 ; Apr. 20. 

Benedict, Anthony C., Eockville Centre, N. Y. Envelope. 
2,099,256; Nov. 16. 

Benedict, Edward L., assignor to Elb Products, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Thermal insulating building unit. 
2,101,836 ; Dec. 14. 

Benedict, Frank, Rutherford, N. J., assignor to General 
Railway Signal Company, Rochester, N. Y. Train de- 
scriber system. 2,083,488; June 8. 

Benedict, Lloyd D., Chicago, assignor to J. L. Bennett, 
Decatur, 111. Coated container and method of pack- 
ing, storing, and shipping liquids therein. 2,096,703 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Benedict, Rome R., Chattanooga, Tenn. Mobile garbage 
and ashcan stand. 2,078,119 ; Apr. 20. 

Benedict, T. N., Manufacturing Company. (See Saunders, 
Albert P.. assignor.) 

Benedict, Wayne L., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Treatment of hydrocarbon oils. 
2,102,878 ; Dec. 21. 

Benedum, Michael L., et al. (See Rose, James R., as- 
signor.) 

Bentord, James R., Rochester, and L. V. Foster, Ironde- 
quoit, assignors to Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Microscope illuminator. 2,103,230 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Benge, Frank H., Norristown, Pa., assignor to Continental- 
Diamond Fibre Company, Newark, Del. Core structure. 
2,079.393 : May 4. 

Benge, Frank H., Norristown, Pa., assignor to Continen- 
tal-Diamond Fibre Company, Newark, Del. Pipe fit- 
ting and like article. 2,082,611 ; June 1. 

Benguet Consolidated Mining Co. S. A. (See Morris, 
Jephthah M., assignor.) 

Benham, Glenn E. (See Hamm, J. R., and Benham.) 

Benham, William T., Norwood, Ohio, assignor to The 
Mosler Lock Company, Inc., Covington, Ky. Electric 
delayed combination lock. 2,083,816 ; June 15. 

Benham, William T., Norwood, Ohio, assignor to The 
Mosler Lock Company, Covington, Ky. Time lock 
mechanism. 2,095,429 ; Oct. 12. 

Ben Hur Products, Inc. (See Behr, Siegfried, assignor.) 

Benicia Fisheries. (See Dunn, Alton L., assignor.) 

Benien, William, Lincoln, Kans. Antirattling device for 
windows. 2,095,908 ; Oct. 12. 

Beniston, William J., Seaford, assignor to Julius Kayser 
& Co., New York, N. Y. Warp knitted fabric and 
method and apparatus for making same. 2,078,050 ; 
Apr. 20. 

n^nit, Henri, assignor to "L'Eclairage des Vehicules sur 
Rail", Paris, France. Comb regulator for electric ma- 
chines. 2,076,115 ; Apr. 6. 

Benjamin, Abraham S., assignor to Teletype Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Station selecting system. 2,083,552 ; 
June 15. 

Benjamin, Bert R. (See Lindgren, A. C, Benjamin, and 
Mott.) 

Benjamin, Bert R., Oak Park, and C. W. Mott, Rock Falls, 
N. Y., assignors to Intern.ntional Harvester Company. 
Tractor draw-bar. 2,092,597; Sept. 7. 

Benjamin, Harry S., Utlca, N. Y. Coin controlled mech- 
anism. 2.079,832 ; May 11. 

Benjamin, Harry S., Utica, N. Y. Coin controlled vend- 
ing machine. 2,082,533 ; June 1. 

Benjamin, R(Miben B., C'liic-jgo, assignor to Benjamin Elec- 
tric Manufacturing Coin [in ny, Des I'laincs, 111. Light- 
ing construction. 2.071.1.59; Feb. 10. 

Benjamin, Reuben B., Chicago, assignor to Benjamin 
Electric Mfg. Company, Dos Plaines, 111. Explosion- 
proof lighting fixture. 2.089,049 ; Aug. 3. 

Benjamin, Sidney H., Milwankeo_, Wis. Safety razor 
blade-package carrier. 2,082,440 ; June 1. 

Benjamin, Walter E., assignor to The Pierce Governor 
Co., Anderson, Ind. Gas and air mixing device. 
2,088,032 ; Aug. 3. 

Benjamin, Walter R., Granite City, III. Toy building 
elements. 2,088,128 ; July 27. 

Benjamin, Walter U., Granite City, 111. Firebox lining 
for stovo.s and furnaces. 2,000,097 ; Aug. 17. 

Benjumin Electric M.-inufaclurlng ('oini)any. (See Ben- 
jamin. I^'uben B., assignor.) 

Benjamin Electric Mfg. Company. (See Phillips, Paul 

D., assignor.) 
Bennard, .Joseph, Portland, Oreg. Boxlike container. 
2,083,000 ; June 8. 



Benner, Raymond C. (See Mahlman, O. L.. and Benner. ) 

Benner, Raymond C, Niagara Falls, T. E. Knowlton, New 
York, and C. E. Wooddell, Niagara Falls, N. Y., said 
Benner and said Wooddell assignors to said Knowlton. 
Tympan sheet. 2,073,918 ; Mar. 16. 

Benner, Raymond C, and G. J. Easter, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to The Carborundum Company, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. Furnace wall and the like. 2,075,694 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Benner, Raymond C, Niagara Falls, O. L. Mahlman, 
Kenmore, and W. D. Rossow, assignors, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Carborundum Company, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. Manufacture of abrasive articles. 
2,078,830 ; Apr. 27. 

Benner, Raymond C, and R. L. Melton, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to The Carborundum Company, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Production of abrasive material. 
2,078,831 ; Apr. 27. 

Benner, Raymond C, and G. J. Easter, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to The Carborundum Company, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. Cast refractory and making it. 2,079,101 ; 
Blay 4. 

Benner, Raymond C, and R. L. Melton, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to The Carborundum Company, Ni- 
agara Falls, N. Y. Coating abrasive grain. 2,092,903 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Benner, Roland G. (See Henke, C. O.. and Benner.) 

Benner, Roland G., Carney's Point, N. J., assizor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Sulphuric acid esters of higher glycols. 2,091,956 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Benner, Verne W. (See Grayson, E. C, and Benner.) 

Benner, Winthrop W., Ithan and F. Leopold, Jr., Harmon- 
ville, assignor to Lee Rubber & Tire Corporation, Con- 
shohocken. Pa. Automatic stock take-off machine. 
2,102,453; Dec. 14. 

Bennetch, David S., Sheridan, Pa. Transmission. 
2,097,436 ; Nov. 2. 

Bennett, Albert E., Green Cove Springs, Pla. Bag holder. 
2,100,501 ; Nov. 30. 

Bennett, Albert L. (See Malinovszky, A., and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Albert L., Glendale, assignor to Malinite Cor- 
poration, Los Angeles, Calif. Ceramic composition and 
preparing. 2,073,136 ; Mar. 9. 

Bennett, Alexander H. (See Ricevuto, A., and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Arthur, Salford, assignor to Kirklees Limited, 
Tottington, Bury, England. Air vessel for use in con- 
nection with the spinning pumps of artificial silk spin- 
ning machines. 2,093,596 ; Sept. 21. 

Bennett, Arthur F. (See Graves, B. P., and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Arthur F., West Barrington, and A. L. Krause, 
Providence, R. I., assignors to Brown and Sharpe 
Manufacturing Company. Milling machine. 2,068,840 ; 
Jan. 26. 

Bennett, Arthur F., West Barrington, and A. L. Krause, 
Providence, R. I., assignors to Brown and Sharpe 
Manufacturing Company. Milling machine. 2,082,140 ; 
June 1. 

Bennett, Arthur P., West Barrington, R. I., assignor to 
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. Milling ma- 
chine. 2,094,484; Sept. 28. 

Bennett, Ben, Richmond Hill, N. Y. Venetian blind clamp. 
2,070,110 ; Feb. 9. 

Bennett, Charles A., Stoneville, Miss., dedicated to the 
free use of the people of the United States. Apparatus 
for drying seed cotton. 2,078,309 ; Apr. 27. 

Bennett, Charles E^ Ridgewood, assignor to The Okonitc- 
Callender Cable Company, Incorporated, Paterson, N. J. 
Electric cable system. 2,060,320 ; Jan. 5. 

Bennett, Charles E., Ridgewood, assignor to The Oko- 
nite-Callender Cable Company, Incorporated, Paterson, 
N. J. Electric cable system. 2,066,321 ; Jan. 5. 

Bennett, Charles E^ Ridgewood, assignor to The Okonite- 
Callender Cable Cfompany, Incorporated, Paterson, N. J. 
Electric cable system. 2,000,322 ; Jan. 5. 

Bennett, Charles E^ Ridgewood, assignor to The Okonite- 
Callendor Cable Company, Incorporated, Paterson, N. J. 
Electric cable svstom. 2.000,323 : Jan. 5. 

Bennett, Charles E., Ridgewood, assignor to The Okonlte- 
Callendor Cable Company, Incorporated, Paterson, N. J. 
Electric cable system. 2,081,203; May 25. 

Bennett, Charles E., Ridgewood, assignor to The Okonlte- 
Callonder Cable Company, Incorporated, I'aterson, N. J. 
Electric cable system. 2,099,291 ; Nov. 16. 

Bennett. Charles W., assignor to Photo-Cast Inc., Roches- 
tor, N. Y. Universal screen for preparing half tonoa. 
2,095,009 ; Oct. 12. 

Bennett, Claude C, South Bend, Ind., assignor to A. E. 
Feragen, Inc.. Seattle, Wash. Whcol-balancer-static 
typo. 2,075,421 ; Mar. 30. 

Bennett, Claude L., assignor of one-fourth to E. J. Hatch, 
Elgin, 111. Synchroscope. 2,073, Ifl.'l ; Mar. 30. 

Bennett, Edgar L.. Chicago, III. Kitchenette cabinet. 
2,008,591 ; Jan. 19. 

Henn(>tt, Edward, assignor to Wisconsin Alunuil Research 
li'oundation, Madison, Wis. Heating electrlcaUy con- 
ducting bodies for Industrial operntlona. 2,000,008; 
Jan. 5. 

Bennett, Edwin C, assignor to Continental Oil Com- 
pany, Ponca City, Okln. Oil well pumping nssombly. 
2,077,005 ; Apr. 20. 

H(>nn('tl, KranU I., Jr., Highland Park, N. J., assignor to 
The RovoUte Corporation, New Brunswick, N. J. Ilcnt 
hardening synthetic resins. 2,083,423; June 8. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Bennett, George E.. San Mateo, Calif. Container closure. 
2,080,686 ; May 18. 

Eenneft, Harold F. (See Draeger, R. H., and Bennett.) 

Bennett. Harry, New York, N. X. Balance. 2,097,753 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Bennett, Harry, Brooklyn, and F. Braude, Bronx, N. Y., 
said Braude assignor to said Bennett. Reaction product 
and producing the same. 2,095,955 ; Oct. 19. 

Bennett, Henry E., Grand Rapids, Mich. Chair. 
2,100,098 ; Nov. 23. 

Bennett, Harry T., and D. B. Mapes. assignors to Mid- 
Continent Petroleum Corporation, Tulsa, Okla. Sepa- 
rating and purifving ivas-containing materials. 
2,093,538 ; Sept. 21. 

Bennett, Harry T., and C. Prather, assignors to Mid- 
Continent Petroleum Corporation, Tulsa, Okla. Lubri- 
cant. 2,094,202 ; Sept. 28. 

Bennett, Herbert G. R., Duquesne, Pa. Kick-off operat- 
ing mechanisms. 2,079,833 ; May 11. 

Bennett. Herbert G. R., Duquesne, Pa. Cutting device. 
2.092,202 ; Sept. 7. 

Bennett, Herbert G. R., Duquesne, Pa. Looper operating 
mechanism. 2,095,589: Oct. 12., 

Bennett Incorporated. (See Neitzke, Oscar F., assignor.) 

Bennett. Irving T., assignor to Revere Copper and Brass 
Incorporated, Rome, N. Y. Welding rod and the like. 
2.079,479 ; May 4. 

Bennett. Irving T., assignor to Revere Copper and Brass 
Incorporated. Rome, N". Y. Welding rod and the like. 
2.079,480: May 4. 

Bennett, Irving T., assignor to Revere Copper and Brass 
Incorporated, Rome, N. Y. Leaded phosphor-bronze 
Tvelding rod. 2,079.481 ; May 4. 

Bennett. Irving T., assignor to Revere Copper and Brass 
Incorporated, Rome, N. Y. Welding rod and the like. 
2,079,482 ; May 4. 

Bennett, Irving T., assignor to Revere Copper and Brass 
Incorporated, Rome, N. Y. Welding rod. 2,079,483 ; 
May 4. 

Bennett, Irving T., assignor to Revere Copper and Brass 
Incorporated, Rome, N. Y. Welding rod and the like. 
2.079.484 : May 4. 

Bennett, James A. J., Genista, Newton Mearns, Scotland, 
assignor to Autogiro Company of America, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Rotary sustaining wings for aircraft. 2,067,228 : 
Jan. 12. 

Bennett, James G. (See Knickerbocker, George S., as- 
signor. ) 

Bennett, John L. (See Benedict, Lloyd D., assignor.) 

Bennett, John P., and E. C. Happold, Birmingham, Eng- 
land, assignors to Hookless Fastener Company. Slide 
fastener. 2,078,889 : Apr. 27. 

Bennett, Joseph A., Bloomington, Ind. Producing print- 
ing plates. 2,076,220 ; Apr. 6. 

Bennett, Joseph A., assignor of one-half to J. W. Pierey. 
Bloomington, Ind. Mechanism for producing printing 
plates bv electric arcs. 2.079.310 : May 4. 

Bennett, Joseph S., Merion, assignor to American Engi- 
neering Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Hopper. 2,070,152 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Bennett, Knight T., assignor of one-half to J. Taylor, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Gasoline distributing system. 

2,084,548 ; June 22. 

Bennett, Lloyd. (See Hanley, K., and Bennett.) 

Bennett, Slaurice D., and S. M. Archer, assignors to The 
Yale & Towne Mfg. Co., Stamford, Conn. Protecting 
system and apparatus. 2.088.459 ; July 27. 

Bennett. Maurice D., assignor to The Yale & Towne Manu- 
factnring Company, Stamford, Conn. Locking system. 
2,100,897 ; Nov. 30. 

Bennett, Melvin C, assignor of one-half to T. F. Smith- 
wick. Middletown. Conn. Combined filter and primer 
for oil burners. 2,101.424 ; Dec. 7. 

Bennett, Mills T.. East Cleveland, Ohio. Tiling. 
2,082,241 : June 1. 

Bennett. Morris H., deceased, Prospect, by J. T. Monzani, 
administrator, assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Waterbury, Conn. Hose coupling. 2,077, 8t>9 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Bennett, Robert N., assignor to The Buckeye Traction 
Ditcher Company, Findlav. Ohio. Power transmission 
means. 2,084,887 ; June 22. 

Bennett, Robert N., and C. L. George, assignors to The 
Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, Findlay. Ohio. 
Tread means for double tired wheels. 2,087,396 : July 
20. 

Bennett, Rowland K. (See Cornell, M. L., and Bennett.) 

Bennett. Rowland K. (See Cornell, M. L., Graff; and 
Bennett.) 

Bennett, Schuyler M. (See Gondey, R. F., and Ben- 
nett.) 

Bennett. William, Westbury, N. Y. Clear-vision antiglare 
windshield. 2.102,4.54 : Dec. 14. 

Benning, Anthony F. (See Downing, F. B., and 
Benning.) 

Benning, Anthony F., Penns Grove, N. J., and L. G. 
Benton, and R. G. Clarkson, assignors to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. In- 
hibiting corrosion of metals. 2,080,299 ; May 11. 

Benninghoff, Willi.iin L., Clevol.nnd. Ohio, Tool for cut- 
ting threads. 2,067,593 : Jan. 12. 

BcnninghofT, William L., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Pipe 
threading machine. 2,067,626 ; Jan. 12. 



Bennington, Paul W., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Wilson 
& Bennett Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Metal- 
lic receptacle and closure therefor. 2,092,747 ; Sept. 14. 

Bennion, Leslie H., Leicester, England, assignor to Lnited 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Counter 
molding machine. 2,072,195 ; Mar. 2. 

Bennison, William E. (See Quick, C. G., Bennison, and 
Alexander.) 

Benoit, Armand W. (See Brickett, E. M., Coleman, and 
Benoit. ) 

Benoit, Francois P. C, Paris, France. .Apparatus for 
spraying pulverized materials. 2,072,845 ; Mar. 9. 

Benoit, Leon. (See Brown, A. E., and Vauglian, as- 
signors.) 

Benoit, Leon, New York, N. Y. Filler package. 
2,082,564: June 1. 

Benoit, Leon, New York. N .Y. Machine for assembling 
cartons. 2,082,565 ; June 1. 

Benoit, Leon, New York, N. Y. Carton closing machine. 
2.091,426 ; Aug. 31. 

Benoit, Leon, New York, N. Y., and C. C. Moth. Tenafly, 
N. J., said Moth assignor to said Benoit. Carton clos- 
ing machine. 2,071.247 : Feb. 16. 

Benrus Manufacturing Company. (See Lazrus, Benjamin, 
assignor.) 

Benscheidt, Karl, Jr., Alfeld-on-the-Leine, Germany. 
Dowel for lasts. 2,083,111 ; June 8. 

Benschoter, James C, Stockton, Calif., assignor to Fibre- 
board Products Inc., San Francisco, Calif. Carton. 
2,081,419 ; May 25. 

Bensel, Arlingston, East Orange, N. J., and W. A. Braun, 
Dover. Ohio. Electric resistance heating element. 
2,091,905 : Aug. 31. 

Benson, Arthur C, et al. (See Benson, Lew, assignor.) 

Benson, Arthur E.. Manville. R. I., assignor to McKenzie 
Engraving Company, Boston, Mass. Manifolding book. 
2.089.247 : Aug. 10. 

Benson. Arthur F., Erie, Pa., assignor to American 5Ieter 
Companv. New York, N. Y. Controlling device. 
2.089.873 : Aug. 10. 

Benson, Bernhart A., assignor to Chicago Electric Manu- 
facturing Companv. Chicago, HI. Duplex electric waffle 
Iron. 2.070.706; Feb. 16. 

Benson. Bernhart A., assignor to Chicago Electric Manu- 
facturing Companv, Chicago, 111. Sandwich toaster 
A-ith interchangeable grids. 2,102,879 ; Dec. 21. 

benson, Bert O., et al. (See Benson, Lew, assignor.) 

Benson, Charl., et al. (See Benson. Lew, assignor.) 

Benson, Harry D. (See Paxton, Hale, and G. C, and 
Benson.) 

Benson, Jesse M., assignor of one-half to J. A. Gheen, 
Concord, Temi. Winch. 2,083,489 ; June 8. 

Renson, John, et al. (^:^ee Benson, Lew, assignor.) 

Benson, John H., assignor to Mullins Manufacturing 
Corporation, Salem, Ohio. Evaporator unit. 2,083,424 ; 
June 8. 

Benson, John L. (See Karpenske, J. E., and Benson.) 

r.cuison, Lesley D., et al. (See Benson. Lew, assignor.) 

Benson. Lew. San Francisco, assignor of one-half to A. C. 
Benson, Glendale, Calif. ; one-sixteenth to L. D. Benson, 
Tillimook, Oreg. ; one-sixteenth to J. Benson, Phillips- 
burg, Kans, ; one-sixteenth to B. O. Benson, one-six- 
teenth to C. Benson, and one-sixteenth to W. Benson, 
Vennes, Calif. ; and one-sixteenth to K. Mudge, East 
St. Louis, 111, Trap. 2,101,788 ; Dec. 7. 

Benson, Oliver R., Chicago, 111. Vehicle stabUizer. 
2,081,978; June 1, 

Benson, Simon, Chicago, 111, Therapeutic apparatus. 
2,098.272 : Nov. 9. 

Ttt^nson. Willi.nm. ot al. (See Benson. Lew, assignor,) 

Bent, Edgar D„ Montreal, and W. H. Eastlake, Mount 
Royal, Quebec, Canada, assignors to Western Electric 
Company. Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Electrical- 
conductor. 2,081,420 ; May 25. 

Bent, Franklin A., and S. N. Wik, Berkeley, and W. 
Ponig. assignors to Shell Development Company. San 
Francisco, Calif. Lacquer solvent and thinn^. 
2.100,425 : Nov. 30. 

Dent, Leavitt N., Holly Oak, assignor to Hercules Powder 
Comp.nny, Wilmington, Del. Coating composition. 
2,066,759 ; Jan. 5. 

Bontley Engineering Company Limited, The. (See Deans, 
F. E., Mangor, and Buswell, assignors.) 

Bontley Engineering Company Limited, The. (See Waln- 
wright, Carlyle H., assignor.) 

Bentley Engineering Company, The. (See Wainwright, 
C. H., and Buswell. assignors.) 

Bentley, Ferdon D.. Detroit. Midi., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, New 
York, N. Y. Ignition coil system. 2,081,979 : June 1. 

Bentley, Oliver D. II,, Norfolk, assignor to v.. F, Sturte- 
vant Company. Inc. Boston, Mass, Lubrication system. 
2,071,913 ; Feb. 23. 

Bentley. Oliver D. H., Norfolk, assignor to B. F. Sturte- 
vant Companv. Inc.. Boston. Mass. Pressure compensa- 
tion for packing. 2.071.914: Fob. 2.^. 

Bentley, Wilton. (See Cardoza, John B. N., assignor.) 

Benton, Lawrence G. (See Benning, A. F., Benton, and 
Clarkson.) 

Benz, Cyril C. Long Beach, Calif. Oil testing machine. 
2.097,716 : Nov. 2. 

Beran, Anton A., Claflin, Kans. Scraper. 2,082,141 ; 
June 1. 



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Beran, Charles F., Tuckaboe, N. Y., assignor to Celanese 
Corporation of America. Forming cross-wound pack- 
ages. 2,096,316; Oct. 19. 

Beran, Vojt§ch, Pribram, Czechoslovakia. Electrical 
purification of gases. 2,100,155: Nov. 23. 

Berberian, Levon M., Union City, N. J. Box. 2,074,451 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Berch, Samuel H., Beverly Hills, Calif. Packing food 
products and the like. 2,102,716 ; Dec. 21. 

Berchet, Gerard J. (See Carothers, W. H., and Berchet.) 

Berchet, Gferard J., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Co., Wilmington, Del. Unsaturated ethers and pro- 
ducing same. 2,079,758 ; May 11. 

Berchtold, Charles, Cleveland, Ohio. Trailer coupler. 
2,088,991 ; Aug. 3. 

Berck, William F., assignor to Ralph N. Brodie Company, 
Oakland, Calif. Setting mechanism for predetermin- 
ing counters. 2,082,375 ; June 1. 

Berdan, Ralph W. (See Bagley, William H. and B. E., 
and Berdan.) 

Berent, John, Lockport, N. Y. Boiler. 2,070,559 ; Feb. 
16. 

Berg, Adolf. (See Koepke, William F., assignor.) 

Berg, Carrie V. (See Berg, Herman F., assignor.) 

Berg, Charles E., Watertown, N. y. Ash receiver. 
2,069,400; Feb. 2. 

Berg, Emil G. (See Lewis, N. H., and Berg.) 

Berg, Henry A., Duluth, Minn. Dispenser. 2,072,938; 
Mar. 9. 

Berg, Herman F., assignor to C. V. Berg, Minneapolis, 
]\Iinn. Cabinet for coin controlled machines. 2,087,717 ; 
July 20. 

Berg, Richard O. and S., assignors to Michigan Steel Tube 
Products Company, Detroit, Mich. Sheet stock cutting 
machine. 2,073,776 ; Mar. 16. 

Berg, Richard O. and S., assignors to Jlichigan Steel 
Tube Products Company, Detroit, Mich. Burr removing 
apparatus. 2,076.062 ; A;)r. 6. 

Berg, Robert H., San Francisco, Calif. Loading and un- 
loading device for trucks or other vehicles. 2,099,998 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Berg, Simon. (See Berg, Richard O. and S.) 

Bergaud, Felicie E. A. W., Paris, France. Carton for 
shipping and storing boxes, bottles, etc. 2,083,113 ; 
June 8. 

Bergdoll, John G., assignor to York Ice Machinery Cor- 
poration, York, Pa. Method of and apparatus for con- 
densing refrigerant in refrigerative circuits. 2,068,478 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Bergeim, Prank H., Leonia, N. J., assignor to The Barrett 
Companv, New York, N. Y. Distillation product. 
2,066,386 ; Jan. 5. 

Bergen, Cecil C, assignor of one-half to R. P. Scott, 
Marshalltown, Iowa. Generator structure. 2,077,981 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Berger, Alfred, Breslau, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to H. Meinecke, A. G., Breslau, Carlowitz, CJermany. 
Metering system. 2.078,997 ; May 4. 

Berger, Arthur F., and M. Voege, assignors to The 
Master Electric Company, Dayton, Ohio. Electric 
series-parallel switch. 2,100,426 ; Nov. 30. 

Berger, Clarence E., Shrewsbury, assignor to Hanson- 
Van Winkle-Munning Company, Matawan, N. J. Homo- 
polar generator. 2,093,950 ; Sept. 21. 

Bciger, Clarence E., Shrewsbury, assignor to Hanson- 
Van Winkle-Munning Company, Matawan. N. J. Insu- 
lated homopolar generator. 2,103.931 ; Doc. 28. 

Berger, Edwin, and W. Harries, assignor.'^! to the firm of 
Jenaer Glaswerk Schott & Oen., Jena. Germany. Glass 
resisting metal vapors. 2,090,008; Aug. 17. 

Berger, Edwin R., et al. (See Franldin, Albert W., as- 
.signor. 1 

Berger, Emile C, Orsay, Prance. Aerial propeller. 
2,072,196; Mar. 2. 

Berger, Friedrich W. F., Berlin, Germany, assignor to 
The National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Printing and ejecting mechanism for cash registers. 
2,093,409 ; Sept. 21. 

Berger. ITarrv A., Now York, N. Y. Necktie wrapper. 
2.071 .386 : Fob. 23. 

Berger, Kornel, Now York, N. Y. Swivel harp fixture for 
electric Limps. 2,081,031 ; May 18. 

Berger Manufacturing Company. (See Poohrenbach, Ar- 
thur F., assignor.) 

Berger Manufacturing Company, et al. (See Foeliron- 
bach, A. P., and Shoup, assignors.) 

Berger Manufacturing Company, et al. (See Poehrenbach, 
A. F., Shonp R. F. and S. U., ti.s.signors.) 

Bergfts, Andre, Lorp, Franco. Apparatus for the purifi- 
cation of miscollnnoous liquid mixtures. 2,098,008; 
Nov. 9. 

BergoR, Donald M., Bloonifleld, assignor to Eclipse Aviation 
Corporation, East Orange, N. J. Aircraft. 2,100,034; 
Nov. 30. 

Berggren, Bernard, (Jenon, Nebr. Automobile protecting 
device. 2,080,10]: May 11. 

Berggren, Ilenifrid E., Stockholm, Sweden. Combination 
lock. 2.009,572 ; Feb. 2. 

Berggren, John L. (Sec Wnrnlck, P., nnd Scott, as- 
slgnofB. ) 

Berggren, Per J., New York, N. Y. Film gate stnicliiro 
for motion picture niachlnon. 2,0n8,2.''>8 ; Jan. 11). 

Berggren, Per J., Now York, N. Y. Slnillor Hiniclnre for 
motion picture mnchlnos. 2,068,2.'')!); Jan. 1!). 



Detroit, Mich. Display stand. 
(See Ullstrand, H. M., and Berg- 



BerghofC, Frank J., 
2,092,691 ; Sept. 7. 

Bergliolm, Harry K. 
holm.) 

Bergholm, Harry K., Larchmont, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Servel, Inc., Dover, Del. Ab- 
sorption refrigerating system. 2,073,091 ; Mar. 9. 

Bergholm, Harry K., Larchmont, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Servel, Inc., Dover, Del. Ab- 
sorption refrigeration system. 2.080.195 ; May 11. 

Bergholm, Harry K., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Refrigeration apparatus. 2,073,092 ; Mar. 9. 

Berglein, Adolf. (See Feremutsch, Paul, assignor.) 

BerglofC, Andrew E., Quartz Mountain, Oreg. Cable- 
hitch holder. 2,092,239 ; Sept. 7. 

Berglund, Emil. (See Nilson, Harold.) 

Berglund, Herman, Duluth, Minn. Egg carton. 
2,092,148; Sept. 7. 

Berglund, Per. (See Ash, C. S., and Berglund.) 

Bergman, Charles P., San Francisco, Calif., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Reconstruction Finance (Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Accuracy regulator. 2,079,197 ; 
Jlay 4. 

Bergman, Donald J., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Fractional distillation. 
2.091,349 ; Aug. 31. 

Bprgmaa, George H. (See Hartman, Frank E., assignor.) 

Bergman, Sven R., Nahant, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Spinning spindle. 2,078,789 ; Apr. 
27. 

Bergmann, Auguste, Reims, France. Heating element 
for drying apparatus. 2,074,452 ; Mar. 23. 

Bergmann, Christian N., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor of 
two-sixth to C. M. Clarke, Sowickley, Pa. Container 
conveyer and distributor. 2.085,410 ; June 29. 

Bergmann, Christian N., Pittsburgh, assignor of two- 
sixths to C. M. Clarke, Sewicklev, Pa. C^ontainer con- 
veyer and distributor. 2,103,107 ; Dec. 21. 

Bergmann, Ernst R., assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Shaker conveyer. 2,068,592 ; 
,Tan. 19. 

Bergmann, Richard P. (See Sayers, W. W., Bergmann, 
and Haaff. ) 

Bergmann, Richard P. (See Sayers, W. W., Bergmann, 
and Watson.) 

Bergmann, Theodor E., Rotenfels (Mursrtal). Baden, Ger- 
many. Automatic firearm. 2,072,197 ; Mar. 2. 

Bergner, John C, Lansdowne^ Pa., assignor to Doughnut 
Corporation of America, New York, N. Y. Doughnut 
machine. 2,089,158 ; Aug. 3. 

Bergquist, Nils O., Alsten, Sweden. Map in book form. 
2,103,139 ; Dec. 21. 

Bergschicker, Heinrich, Leipzig, Germany. Adjusting de- 
vice for throttle valves of carburetors. 2,069,349 ; 
Feb. 2. 

Bergstein, Edna M., trustee. (See Bergstein, Robert 
M., assignor.) 

Bergstein, Edna M., et al, trustees. (See Bergstein, Rob- 
ert M., assignor.) 

Bergstein, Edna M., et al., trustees. (See Bergstein, 
Samuel, assignor.) 

P.oiestein, Kurt. (See PebOck, R., and Bergstein.) 

Bergstein, Milton, New I'ork, assignor to Micamold Radio 
Corporation, Brooklyn. N. Y. Dry oloctrolytic con- 
denser. 2.071,103; Feb. 16. 

Bergstein, Milton, New York, assignor to Micamold Radio 
rorporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dry electrolytic con- 
denser. 2,071.104: Fob. 16. 

Bergstein, Robert M., et al., trustees. (See Bergstein, 
Samuel, assignor.) 

Bergstein, Robert M., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to B. 
M. Bergstein, and himself as trustees. Forming con- 
tainers. 2,095,910; Oct. 12. 

Bergstein, Robert M., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to E. M. 
Bergstein and himself, as trustees. Sealing containers. 
2,097,427 ; Nov. 2. 

Bergstein, Robert M., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to E. M. 
nnd R. M. Bergstein, trustees. Container. 2,099,257 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Bergstein, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio. Carton. 2,074,100; 
Mar. 16. 

liergstoin, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio. Carton nnd manu- 
facturing the same. 2,074,357 ; Mar. 23. 

Bergstein, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio. ^Inchlne nnd 
method for making tubular containers. 2,074,880; 
Mar. 23, 

P,ergst(>ln, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to E. M. 
and R. M. Ttergstoln, as trust<v^s. Mechanism for sealing 
pnckngos Iiernietlcally. 2,097,428; Nov. 2. 

Borg.stoln, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to E. M. 
and it, M. Ilergst(>in, trustees. (!"ontainor nssombllng 
machino. 2,100,022; Nov. 23. 

1!< rgslroMi, Carl N,, Portland, Orog. Burnproof distribu- 
tor lioad. 2,0S6,.^)22 ; July 13. 

BiMgstroni, Carl P. (See Ilornrd, A. J., Jr., nnd Berg- 
.stroni.) 

IJcrgvall, Uoyal (!.. Lower Merlon Town.-^liip, Montgomery 
County, Pn., nRsignor to WestlnghouBe Electric & Manu- 
r.ictiirlng Coinpanv. .Slnmltnneonslv tripping relnvlng 
ny.Mteni. He. 20,310 ; Apr. (!, 

ItcirM'. i'lliiar, n.sBltnor (o .\/S ,S1 Ko, Oslo, Norway. 
Tooili paste. 2,0,Si),r)31 ; Aug. 10. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Bergwerksverband zur Verwertung von Schutz-rechten der 
Kohlentechnik G. m. b. H. (See Gluud, W., and Klempt, 
assignors.) 

Beria, Antonio, Turin, Italy. Winding artificial yarns. 
2,095,122; Oct. 5. 

Berill, Carroll H., assignor of one-half to E. Gruen, New 
York, N. Y. Book delivering cabinet. 2,080,219 ; May 
11. 

Berio, AUessandro. (See Donadon, G., Cardino, and 
Berio.) 

Berk, Sol K., Brookline, Mass. Tear-ofE cap. 2,079,757 ; 
May 11. 

Berke, Peter L., Duluth, Jlinn. Cover fastener. 2,097,717 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Berkhoff, Gerrit, Jr., Kerenslieide, Post Luttevade, as- 
signor to De Directie van de Staatsmijnen in Limburg, 
Heerlen, Netherlands. Production of ammonium sul- 
phate. 2,102,107 ; Dec. 14. 

Berkman, Herbert A., assignor to Zim Manufacturing 
Co., Chicago, 111. Utility tool. 2,094,203; Sept. 28. 

Berkner, Arthur, Passaic, N. J., assignor to Olida Corp. 
of America, New York, N. Y. Slide fastening means. 
Re. 20,509 : Sept. 21. 

Berkowitz Envelope Company. (See Berkowitz, Walter 
J., assignor.) 

Berkowitz, Robert, assignor to Metal Hose & Tubing Co. 
Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Gasoline hose. 2,079,598 ; May 
11. 

Berkowitz, Walter J., assignor to Berkowitz Envelope 
Company, Kansas City, Mo. Envelope. 2,092,149 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Berkshire Knitting Mills. (See Hemmerich, Hugo, as- 
signor.) 

Berkshire Knitting Mills. (See Thun, Ferdinand K., as- 
signor.) 

Berkstresser, Charles S., Lacoochee, Fla. Machine for 
making box or crate parts. 2,066.551 ; Jan. 5. 

Berl, Ernst. Pittsburgh, Pa. Air conditioning apparatus. 
2.076 3G0 : .A.pr. 6. 

Berl, Ernst, Darmstadt, Germany. Manufacture of highly 
acetylated cellulose acetates. 2,084,833 ; June 22. 

Berl, Ernst, Pittsburgh, Pa., assicnor to The Mathieson 
Alkali Works, Inc. Electrochemical production of 
peroxides. 2,091,129 ; Aug. 24. 

Berl, Ernst, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to The Mathieson 
Alkali Works, Inc. Hydrogen peroxide. 2,091,130 : 
Aug. 24. 

Berl, Ernst, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to The Mathieson 
Alkali Works, Inc. Effecting electrochemical reduc- 
tions and oxidations. 2,093,989 ; Sept. 28. 

Berleth, Nelson B. (See Scott, F. L., and Berleth.) 

Berlin, Ludwig W. (See Schlichenmaier, H., and Berlin.) 

Berlin, Maurice H., assignor to Chicago Musical Instru- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Piano accordion. 
2,070.853 : Feb. 16. 

Berman, Adolph, New York, N. Y. Visual content Indi- 
cator. 2.082,320 ; June 1. 

Berman, George A., assignor of one-half to O. L. Rugaard, 
Lawrence, Mass. Floor surfacing machine. 2.099,969 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Berman, Gustave S., New York, N. Y. Umbrella. 
2,071,724 ; Feb. 23. 

Berman. Hpnry J., River Forest, assignor to Edison Gen- 
eral Electric Appliance Company, Chicago, 111. Exhaust 
device. 2.101.667; Dec. 7. 

Berman. Oscar A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Garment. 2,066,324 : 
Jan. 5. 

Berman. Phoebus, Los Angeles, Calif. Bottle nozzle. 
2,081,525 : May 25. 

Berman. Saul, New York, N. Y. Revolving toy. 2,073,919 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Bernard, Auguste L. R., assignor to Society "Fusion- 
Moteurs", Rueil-Malmaison, France. IViethod and ap- 
nnratus for lubricating. 2.066.4.52 : Jan. 5. 

Bernard, Auguste L. R., deceased, Ruell-Malmaison, by 
R. Bernard, n6e Bournonville, executor, Paris, France. 
Device for producing a suction. 2,095,493 ; Oct. 12. 

Bernard, Renfie, nee Bournonville, executor. (See Ber- 
nard, Auguste L. R.) 

Bernarde. Henry L., Kearny, N. J., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Electrical measuring and regulating svs- 
tem. Re. 20,282 ; Mar. 9. 

Bernardo. Henry L., Kearny, N. T., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Electronic control system. 2,075,083 ; Mar. 
30. 

Bernardin Bottle Cap Company. (See Spahn, August C, 
assignor.) 

Bernardin Bottle Cap Co. (See Spahn, John R., as- 
signor.) 

Bernart, William F., Jr. (See Strother, J. A., and 
Bernart.) 

Bernaseonl, Adolphe, Rosebank, Staten Island, N. Y. 
Mounting book refills. 2,068,443; Jan. 19. 

Bemdt, Arthur A., assignor to Electrollne Corporation, 
Chicago, ni. Connecter for stranded cable. 2,078,051 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Berndt, Arthur A., assignor to Electroline Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Connecter. 2,082 566 ; June 1. 

Berndt, Edward C, Norwalk, and H. Al. Creighton, East 
Norwalk, assignors to R. U. V. Engineering Corporation. 
South Norwalk, Conn. Irradiating substances with 
active rays. 2,072,416 ; Mar. 2. 



Berndt, Edward C, Norwalk, and H. M. Creighton, East 
Norwalk, assignors to The R. U. V. Engineering Cor- 
poration, South Norwalk, Conn. Irradiating substances 
with active rays. 2,072,417 ; Mar. 2. 

Berndt, Edward C, Norwalk, and H. M. Creighton, East 
Norwalk, assignors to R. U. V. Engineering Corpora- 
tion, South Norwalk, Conn. Irradiating apparatus. 
2,072,418 ; Mar. 2. 

Berne-Allen, Allan, Jr., Waynesboro, Va., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Companv, Wilmington, Del. Process and apparatus for 
the production of textile materials. 2.096,080 ; Oct. 19. 

Berne Manufacturing Company. (See Habegger, Carl T., 
assignor.) 

Bernesser, Vincent, Shandaken, N. Y. Wrench. 2,078,750 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Bernett, Willis J., Kansas City, Mo. Lung exercising toy. 
2,100.898; Nov. 30. 

Bernhard, Albrecht, G. Beyrich, and H. Habermann, as- 
signors to Metrawatt Aktiengesellschaft, Fabrik Elek- 
trischer Messgeraete, Nuremberg, Germany. Photoelec- 
tric exposure meter. 2,092,826 ; Sept. 14. 

Bernhard, Richard, Allentown, Pa., assignor to Traylor 
Engineering and Manufacturing Company. Concave 
mounting. 2,093,025 ; Sept. 14. 

Bernhard, Richard, Allentown, Pa., assignor to Traylor 
Engineering and Manufacturing Company. Gyratory 
crusher suspension. 2,093,026 ; Sept. 14. 

Bernhardt, Rudolph, Chicago. 111. Spraver. 2,069,156 
Jan. 26. 

Bernhardt, Rudolph, Chicago, 111. Spraving apparatus 
2,086,348 ; July 6. 

Bernhardt, Rudolph, Chicago, HI. Pump. 2,094,423 
Sept. 28. 

I'.ernhardt. Rudolph, Chicago. 111. Container and pump, 
2,103.932 : Dec. 28. 

Bemhart, Nicholas, College Point, assignor to Warp 
Twisting-In Machine Companv, Brooklyn, N. Y. Form 
Ing leases. 2,096,446 ; Oct. 19. 

Berni, Philip, assignor of one-half to J. M. Cahaney, 
Dennison, Ohio. Receptacle. 2,082,760 ; June 1. 

Berning, August, assignor to R. Muller, Essen, Gennanv 
Gas burner. 2,096.369 ; Oct. 19. 

Bernstein, Charles, Brooklyn, N. Y. Applying adhesive, 
2,093.901 : Sept. 21. 

Bernstein, Ernst, Dresden, assignor to A. Monforts 
Gladbach-Rheydt, Germany. Fabric treating machine! 
2,099,461 : Nov. 16. 

Bernstein, Jack, Brooklyn. N. Y. Drop seat undergar- 
ment. 2.093,902 ; Sept. 21. 

Bernstein. Jack, Brooklyn, N. Y. Drop seat pajama 
2,093,903 : Sept. 21. 

Bernstein, John E. (See Diamond, Leon W., assignor.) 

Bernstein. Samuel S., Beverly Hills, Calif. Webbing sup 
port for upholstered furniture. 2,073,777 ; Mar. 16. 

Berres, John J., Two Rivers. Wis. Snow removing at 
tachment for trucks. 2,078,310 ; Apr. 27. 

Berrigan. John B.. Oak Park. F. P. Gross, Wilmette, and 
W. V. Woodruff, Hammond, Ind., assignors to The Press 
& Drier Co. Filtering press, 2.091.623 ; Aug. 31. 

Berry, Albert L., Salina, Kans. Moisture tester and 
metho'l, 2.076.441 ; Apr. 6. 

Berry, Charles R., et al. (See Freudenberg, Albert C, 
assignor.) 

Berry, Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, Wis. 
Water extracting device for paper machines and making 
paper. 2,083,817 ; June 15. 

Berry, Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, Wis. 
Cylinder paper machine and making paper. 2,083,818 ; 
June 15. 

Berry. Earl E., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, Wis. 
Cylinder paper machine and making paper. 2,083,819 ; 
June 15. 

Berry. Francois J., Lille (Nord), assignor to Ateliers 
et Chantiers de la Manche, Dieppe, France. Appa- 
ratus for dry separation of materials of different 
densities. 2,102,880 ; Dec. 21. 

Berry, Harry C, San Diego, Calif. Nonsinkable boat. 
2,091.264: Aug. r?l. 

Berry. Harry C, Little Rock, Ark. False teeth. Re. 
20.234 .Tan. 12. 

Berry, Malcolm L. (See McKittrick, D. S., and Berry.) 

Berry, May W. (See Berrv. W.Tlter D.. assignor.) 

Berry, Paul P., Columbus, Ohio. Pump. 2,073,547 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Berry, Robert M., Uniontown, Pa., and E. R. Crumpton, 
Youngstown, Ohio. Check holder. 2,080.695 : July 13. 

Berry, Russell G., De Soto, assignor to Carter Carburetor 
Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Fuel cut-off. 2,084,426 ; 
June 22. 

Berry. Walter D., assignor of thirty-three and one-third 
percent to M. W. Berr.v, Orangeburg, S. C. Feeding 
nttachmcnt for printing presses. 2,070.572; Fob. 16. 

Berry. William H. (See Bascle, J. A., and Berry.) 

Berry, William S., Hagerstown Md., assitmor to Pioneer 
Instrument Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Aircraft 
engine synchronizing system. 2,006,819 ; Jan. 5. 

Berryman. Elmer H., San Francisco, Calif. Furnace. 
2,097,093 : Oct. 26. 

Berryman, Warren C, Lakewood, Ohio. Corrosion pre- 
venting means for connections. 2,068,530 ; Jan. 19. 

Bersey, Arthur T.. assignor to Kelvlnator Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Hydrocarbon fuel burning system and 
apparatus, 2.091,581 ; Aug. 31. 



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Bershad, Israel, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bookmark. 2,096,354 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Bersted, Alfred, Fostoria, Ohio. Waffle mold. 2,081,164 ; 
May 25. 

Bersted, Blartin, Oak Park, 111. Pencil sharpener. 
2,082,785 ; June 8. 

Bertele, Ludwig, assignor to Zeiss Ikon Aktiengesellschaft, 
Dresden, Germany. Photographic lens system. 
2,084,309 ; June 22. 

Berthelsen, Erhard U. T., Euclid, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Making printing devices. 2,070,573 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Berthiez, Charles W., assignor to "Compagnie de Fives- 
Lille", Paris, France. Machine for the tool of metallic 
screw propeller blades. 2,102,505 ; Dec. 14. 

Bertl, Joseph, Brooklyn, assignor to Phinney-Walker Co. 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Electric clock. 2,066,604; 
Jan. 5. _, 

Berti, Joseph, Brooklyn, assignor to Phinney-Walker Co. 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Electric clock. 2,085,071 ; 
June 29. . . ,. ,^ 

Bertovich, Wesley J., Wilkinsburg, assignor of one-half 
to W. H. Schoen, Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa. Cutter chain. 
2,096,875 : Oct. 26. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Counting 
mechanism for soles and other articles. 2,082,045 ; 
June 1. 

Bertrand, Frederic E., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Tool- 
guard. 2.089,938 ; Aug. 17. 

Bertrand, Pierre. (See Desbordes, L., and Bertrand.) 

Bertrand, Pierre, Paris, France, assignor to Naamlooze 
Vennootschap Maatschappij tot Beheer en Exploitatie 
van Octrooien, The Hague, Netherlands. Device for 
conveying articles in continuous furnaces. 2,088,284 ; 
July 27. 

Bertschi, Jacob, assignor to Utah Radio Products Com- 
panv, Chicago, 111. Electrical connecter. 2,076,694 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Bertschinger, Charles F., Rosedale, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, of three-fourths to Tide Water Associated 
Oil Company, New York, N. Y. Can-opening funnel. 
2,082,094; June 1. 

Bertschinger, Charles F., assignor to The Scovill Manufac- 
turing Company, Waterbury, Conn. Can opening fun- 
nel attachment. 2,084,013 ; June 15. 

B6rub6, Arthur, Notre Dame du Lac, Quebec, Canada. 
Lock. 2,095,590 ; Oct. 12. 

Berwick, Albert G. (See Ransom, R., and Berwick.) 

Beryllium Corporation, The. (See Claflin, Harry C, as- 
signor.) 

"Berzelius" Metallhutten-Gesellschaft mlt beschrankter 
Haftung. (See POr, Aladflr, assignor.) 

Berzina, Albert A., Whitman, Nebr. Veterinary mouth 
speculum. 2,096,083 ; Oct. 19. 

Besag, Arnold, Berlin-Adlershof, Germany. Hot water 
container. 2,077,612 ; Apr. 20. 

Besancon, Earl, Chicago, 111. Counter tray. 2,090,176 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Beshers, Paul C, El Paso, 111. Apparatus for denoting 
grades of oil for gas engine cylinders. 2,091,024 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Beshore, Paul S., Kearney, Nebr. Midget radio receiver. 
2,074,887 ; Mar. 23. 

Besinger, Ollie L., Chicago, 111. Water heater. 2,090,323 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Beskow, Bernhard M., Miami Beach, Fla. Hair waver. 
2,089,107 : Aug. 3. 

Besler, William J., Oakland, Calif. Control. 2,070,075 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Bess, Stanley J., Minneapolis, Minn. Massaging device. 
2,095,956 ; Oct. 19. 

Bcssom, I'larl A., Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Jl.'ichinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heel-se.Tt 
fitting mnohine. 2,071,326; Feb. 23. 

Bessora, Earl A., Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoo Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heel-seat 
fitting machine. 2,092,045 ; Sept. 7. 

Bessom, Earl A., Meadville, Pa., and E. A. Williams, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, assignors to United Shoe Machinery 
Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Heel-seat fitting ma- 
chine. 2,094,115; Sept. 28. 
Best, Clarence L., Mission San Jose, assignor to Cater- 
pillar Tractor Co., San Lcandro, Calif. Vehicle. 
2,085,944 ; July 6. 

Best Foods, Inc., The. (See Haurand. Carl H., assignor.) 

Best Foods, Inc., The. (See Keller, Henry, assignor.) 

Best Foods, Inc., The. (See Scliaub, Jacob, assignor.) 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Midi. Motor vehicle. 2,060,552 ; Jan. 5. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Molor vehicle. 2,060,553; Jan. 5. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to I'ackard Motor (,,-ir Company, 

Detroit, Mich. Motor voliicle. 2.07.'>,08t ; Mjir. 30. 
Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,082,775 ; June 8. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to I'liokard Motor (^ir Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,090,721 ; Aug, 24. 

Best, li'rnnlc C, nRnigiior to I'liokaid Motor Car Coini)any, 

Detroit. Mich. Motor vehicle. 2.097.302; Oct. 20. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Comnnny, 

Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,097,437 ; Nov. 2. 



Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,097,438 ; Nov. 2. 

Best, Frank C, assignor to Packard Motor Car Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,098,224 ; Nov. 9. 

Best, Fred H. (See Affel, H. A., and Best.) 

Best, Harry S., Genesio, assignor, by mesne assignmenta, 
to John H. Best & Sons, Inc., Galva, 111. Display rack. 
Re. 20,459 ; Aug. 3. 

Best, Jack. (See Shaw, C, and Best.) 

Best, John A., Augusta, Ga. Card index. 2,084,238; 
June 15. 

Best, John H., & Sons, Inc. (See Best, Harry S., as- 
signor.) 

Best, John H., & Sons, Inc. (See Best, Leon H., assignor.) 

Best, Leon H., assignor to John H. Best & Sons, Inc., 
Galva, 111. Display truck. 2,078,217 ; Apr. 27. 

Best, Simon C, assignor to E. Keeler Company, Williams- 
port, Pa. Steam generator. 2,097,268; Oct. 26. 

Bestler, John W., assignor to Theo. A. Kochs Company, 
Chicago, 111. Barber pole. 2,069,103; Jan. 26. 

Besuzzi, Fred A., Temple City, Calif. Vapor bath cabinet. 
2,076,171; Apr. 6. 

Beth, Hugo W. H., assignor to Norton Company. Worces- 
ter, Mass. Abrasive wheel and mounting. 2,076,806 : 
Apr. 13. 

Beth, Hugo W. H., assignor to Norton Company, Worcester, 
Mass. Grinding disk. 2,078,120 ; Apr. 20. 

Beth, Hugo W. H., assignor to Norton Company, Worces- 
ter, Mass. Pulpstone. 2,079,787 ; May 11. 

Bethancourt, Joseph A., L. J. Grabau, and J. E. Heile- 
mann, Dallas, Tex., assignors to Malt-O-Matic Cor- 
poration of America. Apparatus for manufacture and 
dispensing of frosted drinks and/or foods. 2,076,114 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Bethlce, John P. (See Shodron, J. G., Bethke, and Wand- 
schneider.) 

Bethlehem Foundry & Machine Company. (See Thorp, 
G., and Halse, assignors.) 

Bethlehem Mines Corporation. (See Brown, E. H., and 
Broderick, assignors.) 

Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation. (See Frear, Hugo 
P., assignor.) 

(See Ambler, C. M., Jr., and 



Bethlehem Steel Company. 

Underwood, assignor.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. 

Barry, assignors.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. 

assignor.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company, 

signer.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. 

assignor.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. 

signor. ) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. 

signor.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. 

farth, assignors.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. 

signor.) 
Bothleliom Stcol Company. 

Schenck, assignors.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. 

and Alden.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. 

signor.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. 

signor.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. 

assignor.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. 

assignor.) 
Bethlehem Steel Company. 

signor.) 
Bptlilehom Steel Company. 

signor.) 
Beth-Mary-Stcol Corporation. 

B. 



(See Catterall, W. H., and 

(See Dougherty, Robert S. A., 

(See Geer, Harry R., as- 

(See Gillispie, Raymond L., 

(See Keller, Albert T., as- 

(See Kinney, James A., as- 

(See Lang, W. B., and Wohl 

(See Lehr, Charles E., as- 

(See Lewis, R. A., and 

(See Bobbins, F. A., Jr., 

(See Spooner, Albert P., as- 

(See Statler, Walter H., as- 

(See Stevens, Richard S., 

(See Underwood, Charles E., 

(See Whitford, Harry B., as- 



(Sce Winkler, Louis II., as- 

(See Gerhardt, Reginald 

(See Higglnbottom. Wll- 

(See Logan, James J., 



assignor.) 

Betner, Benjamin C, Company, 
linm E.. assignor.) 

Betner, Benjamin C, Company, 
assignor.) 

Bettendorf Company, The. (See Hamilton, Knrl M., as- 
signor.) 

Better, Frederick, Los Anpeles, Calif. Escapement con- 
struction. 2.072,701 : Alp.r. r>. 

Botterton, Jcsso O., :ind Y. E. LchodofT, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to American Smelting and Ueliiiing Company, 
New York, N. Y. Decopporl/.Ing lead with phosphorus. 
2,078.225: Apr. 27. 

Rpttorton, Jesse O., Metuchon, and M. F. Perkins, Wood- 
bridge, N. J., assignors to American Smelting and Re- 
fining Company, New York, N. Y. Furnace. 2,081, 121 ; 
May 25. 

l!('lt(>rton, J(>RKe O., iind Y. E. Lcbedt'lT MetnchiMi, N. J.. 
nHHlgnors to Anierlcim Smelting and Iti'tlnliig ('<>ni|iuny. 
New York, N. Y. Kocovorlng tin. 2.0S('.,Si)4 ; .Inly lo. 

P.etterlon. Jesse ()., Metuchon, and A. .1. PhlUlp.s, IMnln- 
fli>l(l, N. J., assigiiors to Ani(>rlcnii Smelting and Iti-- 
fining (^ompanv, New York. N. Y. Allov. 2.0S9.1):!'.> ; 
Aug. 17. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Betterton, Jesse O., Metnchen, and G. K. Baumann, Port 
ReadLng, X. J., assignors to American Smelting and Re- 
fining Company, Xew York, N. y. Metallurgical process. 
2.094,632 ; Oct. 5. 

Betterton, Jesse O., and Y. E. Lebedeff. Metuchen, N. J., as- 
signors to American Smelting and Refining Company, 
New York, N. Y. Refining lead. 2,101,975 ; Dec. 14. 

Betterton. Jesse O., Metuchen, ^^ J., and C. N. Waterman. 
Monterrey. Mexico, assignors to American Smelting and 
Refining Company, Xew York, X. Y. Refining metals. 
2.103,762 ; Dec. 28. 

Bettinger Coal & Coke Corporation. (See Albrecht, 
Joseph A., assignor.) 

Bettis. Irvin H., Oklahoma City, Okla., assignor to Hughes 
Tool Company, Houston, Tex. Tool joint. 2,091,906 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Betts, John R., Kearney, Xebr. Power take-off. 
2,100.310 ; Xov. 30. 

Betts, Walter L., Brooklyn, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, Xew York, X. Y. Mounting 
for electrical devices. 2,072,939 ; Mar. 9. 

Betz, Arthur. (See Barker, Percy E., assignor.) 

Betz, Paul L., assignor to Consolidated Gas Electric Light 
and Power Company of Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. Re- 
lay device. 2,087,216 ; July 13. 

Betzler, Paul, Xew York, N. Y. Building construction. 
2,073,548 ; Mar. 9. 

Beusch, Willi, Zug, Switzerland, assignor to Landis & 
Gvr, A.-G. Motor operated switch. 2,083,425 ; June 8. 

Beuschlein, Warren L., L L. Collier, and C. D. Cory, 
Seattle. Wash. Stabilizing unset concrete. 2,077,870 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Beutner, Relnliard, Louisville, Ky. Therapeutic prep- 
aration and making the same. 2,097,439 ; Xov. 2. 

Bever, Augustus, Bradford, assignor of one-half to New- 
ton, Chambers & Company Limited. Thorncliffe Iron- 
works and Collieries, near Sheffield, England. Tea- 
rolling machinery. 2.091,582; Aug. 31. 

Beverage, Harold H., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio communication. 
2,067,432 ; Jan. 12. 

Beverage, Harold H., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Multiplex cable code teleg- 
raphy with diversity reception. 2,070,418 ; Feb. 9. 

Beverage, Harold H., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Crystal oscillator monitor 
and rontralizpd control. 2,076.361 ; Apr. 6. 

Beverage, Harold H., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Television system. 2,081,730 ; 
May 25. 

Beverage. Harold H.. Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. System for radio spectog- 
raphy. 2,084,760 ; June 22. 

Beverage, Harold H., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Signaling. 2.095.050 ; Oct. 5. 

Beverage, Harold H.. and H. O. Peterson, Riverhead, X. Y., 
assignors to Radio Corporation of America. Fading 
elimination. 2,069,813 ; Feb. 9. 

Bevilacqua. John. (See Di Nuccio, CamiUo, assignor.) 

Bevill, Sims D., Poteau, Okla. Thumb guard. 2,070,506 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Bevis, Palmer. N^ew York, N. Y. Lipstick demonstrating 
device. 2,085,180 ; June 29. 

Bevreidge, Peter G., Bremerton, Wash. Incinerator 
spark arrester. 2.089,178 : Aug. 10. 

Beyer, Jesse W., Rutherford, N. J., and D. M. Terry, 
Brooklyn, assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, In- 
corporated, Xew York, X. Y. Gain control circuits. 
2.066.514 ; .Tan. 5. 

Beyer, Raymond H., assignor to Bendix Brake Company, 
South Bend, Ind. Brake. 2,077,915 ; Apr. 20. 

Beyerisehe Stickstoff-Werke Aktien-Gesellschaft. (See 
Neubner, Rolf, assignor.) 

Beyette, John I, (See Roberts, G. F., and Beyette.) 

Beyrich, Guido. (See Bernhard, A., Beyrich, and Haber- 
mann.) 

Bevrodt, Kurt, Hartford, Conn., assignor to Electric Steam 
Sterilizing Company, Inc., Xew York, N. Y. Electric 
steam generator. 2.097.581 ; Xov. 2. 

Bevrodt, Kurt, Hartford, Conn., assignor to Electric Steam 
Sterilizing Company, Inc., New York, N. Y, Electric 
steam generator. 2,097,582 ; Xov. 2. 

Bozanson, George W. (See Henning, F. L., and Benzan- 
son.) 

Bezanson, Melbourne W.,- et al. (See Herrero, Cliarles, 
assignor.) 

Bhatnagar, Shanti S., Lahore, India, assignor to Steel 
Brothers & Company Limited. London, England. Re- 
fining of mineral oils. 2,100,707 ; Xov. 30. 

Blach, John L. (See Geer, C. D., and Biach.) 

Biach, John L., and C, D. Geer, assignors to The Engi- 
neering and Research Corporation, Xew Haven, Conn. 
Traffic control system. 2.090.619 : .Aug. 24. 

Blagosch, Karl. (See Peiseler, Kuno, assignor.) 

Bianco. Henry. Baltimore. Md., assignor to Cainiibell Mot.il 
Window Corporation, Xew York. X. Y. Casement win- 
dow operating means. 2,072.077 ; Mar. 2. 

Bias, Harry J. (See Borba, A. S., and Edwards, as- 
signors.) 

Bibb, Carlisle H., assignor to Newport Industries, Inc., 
Pensacola, Fla. Separating cineols from hydrocarbons 
of .similar boiling range. 2.090,620; Aug. 24. 

Bibb ^fanufacturing Company. (See Gwaltney, E. C, 
Graybill, and Newton, assignors.) 



Bibb Manufacturing Company. (See Jones, Early D., 
assignor.) 

Bibee, Jennings W. (See Goodman, E. J., and Bibee.) 

Bieth. Tom C, Hedemora, Sweden. Separator. 2,103,809 ; 
Dec. 2S. 

Bibicos, Theodore, Cleveland, Ohio, Coin testing device. 
2,085,626 : June 29. 

Bible, Edwin A., Midway, Tenn. Measuring device. 
2,085.247 ; June 29. 

Bich, William T.. Chicago, 111. Water pressure and re- 
lief valve. 2.088,685 ; Aug. 3. 

Biehowsky, Francis R. (See Branche, N. T., and Bichow- 
sky.) 

Biehowsky, Francis R., Toledo, Ohio. Humidifving and 
dryinsr air. 2.090.466; Aug. 17. 

Biehowsky. Francis R., Toledo, Ohio. Cooling air. 
2,094,342 ; Sept. 28. 

Biehowsky, Francis R.. Ottawa Hills, Ohio. Air condi- 
tioning. 2.094,343 : Sept. 28. 

Biehowsky, Francis R., Ottawa Hills, Ohio. Gas and 
liquid contact apparatus. 2,095,539 ; Oct. 12. 

Biehowsky, Francis R., Washington, D. C, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to General Motors Corporation. 
Refrigerating apparatus. 2,072,977 ; Mar. 9. 

Biehowsky, Francis R„ Ottawa Hills, and G. A, Kelley, 
Toledo, assignors to General Motors Corporation, Day- 
ton, Ohio. Refrigerating apparatus. 2,084,997 ; June 

Bickell, Clifford A., assignor to The Monarch Machine 
Tool Company, Sidney, Ohio. Apparatus for control 
of machine tools. 2,086,153 ; July 6. 

Bickford, Ernest A., Worcester, Mass. Making shoes. 
2,071,725 : Feb. 23. 

Bickford, Herbert A. (See Allen, H. G., and Bickford.) 

Bickham, Clifford JL, and C. T. Hnrdacre, Hammond, 
Ind. Commutator truing tool. 2,086,932 ; July 13. 

Bickley, Everett H., Cynwyd, Pa. Liquid level indicator. 
2.073,360; Mar. 9. 

Bickley, Everett H., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. Liquid level indi- 
cating valve. 2,103,055 : Dec. 21. 

Bicknell, George M., assignor to Carter Carburetor Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, JIo. Automatic choke for car- 
buretors. 2,084,607 ; June 22. 

Bicknell, George M., St. Louis, Mo„ assignor to Waukesha 
Motor Company, Waukesha, Wis. International com- 
bustion engine. 2,073,620 ; Mar. 16. 

Bicknell, George M., assignor to Carter Carburetor Corpo- 
ration, St. Louis, 3Io. Internal combustion engine 
carburetor. 2,094,165 : Sept. 28. 

Bicusa, George M., West Melrose Park, HI. Motor vehicle 
chassis construction. 2,074,533 ; Mar. 23. 

Biddinger, George M. (See Myers, J. W., and Biddinger.) 

Bidwell. Paul W., Holyoke, Mass. Bookbinding. 
2.101.804; Dec. 7. 

Biebel, John P., Belleville, HI. Scaffolding. 2,072,354 • 
Mar. 2. 

Biebel, John P., Belleville, HI. Scaffolding. 2,072,355 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Bieber. John, Redelm. assignor of forty-eight per cent to 
O. S. Nygaard, Dupree, S. Dab. Trailer brake. 
2,093,185 ; Sept. 14. 

Biederman. Joseph B.. Cincinnati, Ohio. Mask for the 
prevention and relief of allergic respiratory complaints. 
2.067.822 ; Jan. 12. 

Biederman, Frank A.. Chicago, HI., assignor to Paper 
Patents Company, Xeenah, Wis. Thermal insulation. 
2.102,233 : Dec. 14. 

Biehn, Warren, Philadelphia, Pa. Rotor. 2,085,411 ; 
June 29. 

Bii-le. Harry M., Hollis, assignor to The Associated Press, 
Xew York, N. Y. Telegraph system. 2,089,532 ; Aug. 
10. 

Bielfeldt, Paul W., Grand Rapids. Mich., assignor to 
Swenson Evaporator Company, Harvev, HI. Filtra- 
tion. 2,102.780 ; Dec. 21. 

Bieling, Carl A.. Westfield, X. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Method of and apparatus for working materials. 
2.091.249; Aug. 31. 

Bienenstein. Andreas. (See Steinberger, A. J. Bassett, 
and Bipnen.stein.) 

Bienert, Berthold, Leverkusen-I. G.-Werk, Germany, as- 
signor to General Aniline Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Anthraquinone dyestuffs. 2.090.023 : Aug. 17. 

Bienvenu, Rene. (See Webster, Vey V., assignor.) 

Bierenfeld, Josef. Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Square 
D Company, Detroit, Mich. Magnet construction for 
contactors. 2,087.895 ; July 27. 

Bierer, John M., Newton, assignor to Boston Woven 
Hose and Rubber Companv, Cambridge, Mass. Making 
molded mats. 2.077.508 ; Apr. 20. 

Bierer, John M., Xewton, assignor to Boston Woven Hose 
& Rubber Company. Cambridge, Mass. Pressure band 
for vulcanizing machines. 2.083,527 ; June 8. 

Bierer. John M.. Waban, assignor to Boston Woven Hose Ic 
Rubber Companv. Canihri(!ge. Ma.<!S. Belting and mak- 
ing the s;imo. 2.093.004; Sept. 21. 

Bieretz, Edward D., Baltimore, Md. Selective gearing 
mechanism and automatic fluid control therefor. 
2,102,781 : Dec. 21. 

Bierman, Harry C, New Rochelle. N. T. Sleeping car 
construction. 2,087,964 ; July 27. 

Bierman, Jordan B.. Xew Rochelle, N. Y. Clothesrack. 
2,068,285; Jan. 19. 



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Biermann, Arnold E., Hampton, Va. Compressor. 

2,090,280 ; Aug. 17. 
iJiermanns, Josef, Berlin-Karlshorst, Germany, assignor to 

General Electric Company. Electric circuit interrupter. 

2,071,965 ; Feb. 23. 
Biermanns, Josef, Berlin-Johannisthal, Germany, assignor 

to General Electric Company. Electric circuit breaker, 

2.084.885 ; June 22. 

Biermanns, Josef, Berlin-Johannisthal, Germany, assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric circuit breaker. 

2.084.886 ; June 22. 

Bierstedt, Gustav C, Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor 
to American Telephone and Telegraph Company. 
Testing circuit for telephone systems. 2,085,141 ; June 
29. 
Bierwirth, Edwin A., assignor to Kelsey-Hayes Wheel 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Die construction. 2,100,683 ; 
Nov. 30. 
Bierwirth, Edwin A., and H. J. Kienle, assignors to Kel- 
sey-Hayes Wheel Company, Detroit, Mich. Making 
vehicle wheels. 2,088,992 ; Aug. 3. 
Biesmann, William A., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to C. W. Johnson. Process of and ap- 
paratus for the recovery of noble metals from ore 
pulp. 2,085,711 ; June 29. 
Bi6th, Tom C, Hedemora, Sweden, assignor to Electrolux 
Corporation, Dover, Del. Apparatus for treating arti- 
cles. 2,090,993 : Aug. 24. 
Biever, Edmund J., Kohler, Wis. Eiltering assembly for 

respirators. 2,100,374 ; Nov. 30. 
BifEen, Frank M., Ridgefield Park, N. J., assignor to 
Foster D. Snell, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Metal polish. 
2,087,427 ; July 20. 
Blgelow, Charles G., O. C. Callow, and W. C. Scho- 
field, assignors to Freyn Engineering Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Stock line recorder. 2,066,387 ; Jan. 5. 
Bigelow, George E., Southgate, and A. R. Weis, Hunting- 
tOB Park, assignors of one-half to Pacific Pump Works, 
Huntington Park, Calif. Seal for rotating shafts. 
2,087,313 ; July 20. 
Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. (See Cook, Jerome E., as- 
signor. ) 
Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. (See Knowland, Richard G., 

assignor.) 
Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. Inc. (See Stone, Edwin W., 

assignor. ) 
Bigeon, Jean A. M., Colombes, assignor to La Compagnie 
Nationale de Matieres Colorantes et Manufacures de 
Produits Chimiques du Nord Reunies, Etablissaments 
Kuhlmann, Pans, France. Regenerating phosphoric 
pickling bath. 2,087,230 ; July 20. 
Biggert, Florence C, Jr., Crafton, assignor to United 
Engineering & Foundry Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Clutch mechanism. 2,068,260 ; Jan. 19. 
Biggert, Florence C, Jr., Crafton, assignor to United 
Engineering & Foundry Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Method and apparatus for rolling metallic strip. 
2,095,430; Oct. 12. 
Biggert, Florence C, Jr., Crafton, and C. P. Buente, 
Pittsburgh, assignors to United Engineering & Foundry 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Making strip. 2,078,305 ; 
Apr. 27. 
Biggs, Franklin H., assignor to The Woolson Spice Com- 
pany, Toledo, Ohio. Bag sealing and labeling machine. 
2,070,390 ; Feb. 9. 
Bighouse, Henry H., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
C. O. Bartlett & Snow Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Apparatus for extracting oils from oleaginous materials. 
2,096,728 : Oct. 26. 
Biginelli, Orcsto, Clermont-Ferrand, France. Making 

metal cases from a tubular piece. 2,079,102 ; May 4. 
Biginelli, Orcste, Clermont-Ferrand, France. Apparatus 
for making metal cases from tubular pieces. 2,089,912 ; 
Aug. 10. 
Blgler, Clarence W. (See Bnnnon, J. F., and Bigler.) 
Bigley, William J., Jr., Hobolcen, N. J. Transportation 

method and means. 2,091,090 ; Aug. 24. 
Blhler, Walter G., and H. J. Schuldt, assignors to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Graining. 
2,074,532 ; Mar. 23. 
Bijur, George, executor. (See Bijur, Joseph.) 
Bi.1ur, Joseph, deceased, late of New York, by George 
Bijur, executor, New York, N. Y., assignor to Auto Re- 
search Corporation. Lubrication. 2,067,898 ; Jan. 19. 
Bijur, .Tosepli. dccca.scd, by G. Jiijnr, oxcfntor, New York, 
N. Y.. assignor to Auto Research (>)rpoi'ation. I^ubri- 
catlon. 2,070.574 : Feb. 1 0. 
Bijur, Joseph, New York, N. Y., assignor to Auto Research 
Corporation. Lubricating apparatus. 2,081,907; 
June 1 . 
Bijur, Joseph, New York, N. Y., assignor to Auto Ro- 
searcli Corporation, Centralized lubricating apparatus. 
2,082,708; June ]. 
Bijur, Jos<>pli, New York, N. Y., assignor to Auto Research 

Corporation. Lnlnicatlon. 2,082,709 ; June 1 . 
BIJur, Joseph, dccciiHi'iI, New York, N. Y., by G. Rljur, 
executor. New York, N. Y., ii.s.signor 1o Auto Research 
Corporation. Lubrication. 2,082,770; June 1. 
Bijur, Joseph, New York, N. Y., assignor (o Auto Research 
Corporation. Central lubricating system. 2,082,780; 
June 8. 
BIJur, Joseph, New York, N. Y., assignor to Auto Re- 
search Corporation. Fluid distribution and regulation. 
2,084,315 ; Juno 22. 



Bijur, Joseph, New York, N. Y., assignor to Auto Re- 
search Corporation. Lubrication. 2,084,316; June 22. 
Bijur, Joseph, deceased, by G. Bijur, executor. New York, 
N. Y., said J. Bijur assignor, by mesne assigmnents, to 
Auto Research Corporation. Lubrication. 2,084,998 ; 
June 29. 
Bilde, Tord E. D., and S. E. Lindvall, Stockholm, Sweden. 

Cash register. 2,066,669 ; Jan. 5. 
Bilde, Tord E. D., Stockholm, Sweden. Pin carriage 

mechanism. 2,088,397 ; July 27. 
Bilde, Tord E. D., Stockholm, Sweden. Cooking range 

with mufiie oven. 2,102.352 ; Dec. 14. 
Bilderbeck, James L., Newberry, Fla. Rotary pump. 

2,097,718 ; Nov. 2. 
Biledeou, Leo I., Frenchtown, N. J. Poultry waterer. 

2,089,725 ; Aug. 10. 
Biles, Edgar V., assignor of twenty-nine one-hundredths 
to C. H. Graham, and twenty one-hundredths to J. P. 
Willson, San Antonio, Tex. Road roller. 2,078,900; 
Apr. 27. 
Bilhuber, Paul H., Douglaston, assignor to Steinway & 
Sons, New York, N. Y. Soundboard for pianos. 
2,070,391 ; Feb. 9. 
Bill, Clifford E., assignor to Louisville Drying Machinery 
Company, Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. Method of 
and apparatus for drying special materials. 2,090,177 ; 
Aug. 17. 
Bill, Jean, Zurich, Switzerland. Screw locking device. 

2,084,985 ; June 29. 
Billeter, Otto C. (See Knecht, O., and Billeter.) 
Billig, Fred W. (See Johnson, L. E., Billig, and Hardick.) 
Billig, Fred W., and L. E. Johnson, assignors to The 
Sparks-Withington Company, Jackson, Mich. Horn. 
2,092,950; Sept. 14. 
Billing, Noel P., London, England. Camera. 2,066,605 ; 

Jan. 5. 
Billing, Noel P., London, England. Carrier for photo- 
graphic sensitized material. 2,070.778 ; Feb. 16. 
Billing, Noel P., London, England. Film carrier for pho- 

togi-aphic cameras. 2,093,399 ; Sept. 21. 
Billings, Edmund, Weston, and H. H. Offutt, Winchester, 
assignors to Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc., Boston, Mass. Ap- 
paratus for treating carbon black and the lilve. 
2,102,054 : Dec, 14. 
Billings, Howard J. (See Stevenson, E. P., and Billings.) 
Billingsley, John A., Dayton, Ohio. Clothes drier. 

2,098,853 ; Nov. 9. 
Billiter, Jean. Vienna, Austria. Electrical purification of 

liquids. 2,09.3,770 ; Sept. 21. 
Billner, Karl P., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for stabiliz- 
ing high speed trains. 2,099,720 ; Nov. 23. 
Bills, Robert N., Tulsa, Okla., assignor to Geophysical 
Research Corporation, New York, N. Y. Subsurface ex- 
ploration. 2,074,161 ; Mar. 16. 
Billstein, Arthur E. F., Altoona, assignor to The Pennsyl- 
vania Railroad Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Electrical 
tester. 2,084,274 ; June 15. 
Billstein, Arthur E. F., and B. N. Miller, Altoona, as- 
signors to The Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Flaw detector car. 2,095,911 ; Oct. 12. 
Bllt-Kite Baby Carriage Co. (See Schwarzbaum, H. D. 

and Key worth, assignors.) 
Bimrose, Frank H., Dillon, Mont. Sanitary cover. 

2,073,137 ; Mar. 9. 
Binder, George A., assignor to R. Malcolm, Chicago, 111. 

Toe-cap. 2,091,223 ; Aug. 24. 
Binder, Herbert E., Milwaukee, Wis. Coat and hat hook. 

2,098,330 ; Nov. 9. 
Blndler, Jakob, assignor to the firm of J. R. Gelgy S. A., 
Basel, Switzerland. Manufacture of compounds useful 
for protection against moths. 2,070,350 ; Feb. 9. 
Bindler, Jakob, assignor to the firm of J. R. Geigy S. A., 
Basel, Switzerland. Manufacture of Isatin compounds 
useful for protection against moths. 2,070,351 ; Feb. 9. 
Bindler, Jakob, assignor to the firm of J. R. Geigy S. A., 
Basel, Switzerland. Manufacture of isatin compounds 
useful for protection against moths. 2,070,352 ; Feb. 9. 
Blndler, Jakob, assignor to the firm J. R. Geigy S. A., 
Basel, Switzerland. Manufacture of isatin compounds 
useful for protection against moths. 2,070,353 ; Feb. 9. 
Binek, Martin, et al. (See Riedl, Joo T., assignor.) 
Binek, Sylvester, et al. (See Riedl, Joe T., assignor.) 
Blnford, Hugh L., Houston, Tex., and O. W. Putnam, 
Selma, Ala. Paper roll printing nttachniout. 
2,098,130 ; Nov. 2. 
Blnger, Charles A., assignor of one-half to 11. Unger, and 
one-half to C. Blnger, New York, N. Y. Mailing device 
with reply member. 2.078,873 ; Apr. 27. 
Blnger, Charlotte, et al. (See Blnger, Charles A., as- 
signor.) 
Bingham, Carl G., Highland Park, assignor to Snm'l L. 
Bingham's Son Mfg. Co., Chicago, 111. Machine for 
coaling printers' rollers. 2,071,015; Feb. 2;?. 
Hlnglinm'a. Snm'l, Son Mfg. Co. (See Bingham, Carl O., 

assignor.) 
Bliiglinm's, Sam'l., Son Mfg. Co. (See Conklln, Molvln 

J., assignor.) 
Hlnkerl, August, assignor to firm of (^heinloal Works, for- 
iniTly Saiidoz, llascl, Switzerland. 5,B-cyclolioxonyl- 
nlkvihydanlolns and their m«iuifi\ctun>. 2.080,311; 
July 0. 
ninkley Coal (^mpany. (See Merchant, O. A., and Milan, 
assignors.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Binkley, Uriah M., Evanston. 111., assignor by mesne as- 
signments to The Carborundum Company, JCiagara Falls, 
N. Y. Printing apparatus. 2,085. S45 ; July 6. 

Binkley, William J., Warrenton, assignor to James R. 
Keamev Corporation. St. Louis. Mo. Bracket for elec- 
trical wires. 2,099,098 ; Xov. 16. 

Binks Manufacturing Company. (See Bramsen, Svend, 
assignor.) 

Binks Manufacturing Company. (See Bramsen, S., and 
■Wahlin, assignors.) 

Binks Manufacturing Company. (See Gustafsson, Eric, 
.issiETDor. 1 

Binnall. Frederick C, ATilmington, Del. Valve. Re. 
20,246 ; Jan. 19. 

Binney and Smith Co. (See Morrison, Charles C, as- 
signor.) 

Binns, Edward H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Garment support for 
train dresses. 2,092,633 ; Sept. 7. 

Binns, Edward H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Garment protector. 
2,092.634; Sept. 7. 

Binns. Edward H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Garment hanger. 
2,092,635 ; Sept. 7. 

Birch, Arthur E., Lansdowne, assignor to The Atlantic 
Refining Company, Philadelphia. Pa. Removing dis- 
persed residual blackstrap. 2,082,787 ; June 8. 

Birch, Herbert M., Washington, I). C. Summer garments. 
2.072,614 ; Mar. 2. 

Birch, Raymond E. (See Harvey, F. A., and Birch.) 

Birch, William T., Chicago, HI. Relief valve. 2,067,229 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Birch-Field, Charles A., Larchmont, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to M. S. Reisman, New York. N. Y. Tele- 
vision method and apparatus. 2,072,419 ; Mar. 2. 

Birch-Field, Charles A., Larchmont, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to M. S. Reisman, New York, N. Y. Tele- 
vision apparatus. 2,077,030 ; Apr. 13. 

Birch-Field, Charles A., Larchmont. assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to M. S. Reisman, New York, N. Y. Tele- 
vision apparatus. 2,077,031 ; Apr. 13. 

Bird-Archer Co., The. (See Foster, S. P., and Sill, as- 
signors.) 

Bird, Byron M., B. D. Thomas, and J. W. Rea, assignors 
to The Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus. Ohio. 
Launder method for separating and sorting materials. 
2.074.977 ; Mar. 23. 

Bird, James G. (See Foran, E. V., Parker, and Bird.) 

Bird, John C, Montclair, N. J. Shaving cream. 
2,085.733 ; July 6. 

Bird, John L-. (See Moseley, F. L., and Bird,) 

Bird, John L., Radburn, X. J., assignor to Sperry Gyro- 
scope Company. Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Motor control 
system. 2,081.032 : May 18. 

Bird, L. O. (See Brodersen. Max M.. assignor.) 

Bird. Lester F., assignor to Hanovia Chemical and Manu- 
facturing Company. Newark, N. .T. Starting circuit for 
vapor electric devices. 2,082,939 ; June 8. 

Bird Machine Co. (See Lyons, Sanford C, assignor.) 

Bird, Russell H.. Detroit, Mich. Coin operating device 
for vending machines. 2,096,729 : Oct. 26. 

Bird, Russell H., Detroit, Mich. Refrigerated vending 
machine. 2,099.258 ; Nov. 16. 

Bird & Son. Inc. (See Beasley. Milton R., assignor.) 

Bird & Son, Inc. (See Graham, J. E., and Lines, as- 
signors.) 

Bird & Son, Inc. (See Odell, Leslie S., assignor.) 

Bird & Son, Inc. (See Reynolds, Frank P.. assignor.) 

Bird & Son, Inc. (See Wyman, George R., a.«signor.) 

Bird, Whitworth F., Springfield, assignor to" Collins & 
Aikman Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Impregnated 
pile fabric and making same. 2,070.251 : Feb, 9, 

Bird, ^"hitworth F., Springfield, and W. R. Hewton, as- 
signors to Collins & Aikman Corporation, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Loom. 2,082,321 ; June 1. 

Bird, Vrilliam L., assignor to The Crosley Radio Cor- 
poration, Cincinnati, Ohio. Capillary tulje device. 
2,073,863 ; Mar. 16. 

Birdsall, Leslie R. (See Spencer, W. H., Birdsall, and 
B.Thler.) 

Birds.tU. Wilfred T., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Eskimo Pie Corporation, New York, N. Y. Confection 
coating machine. 2,081,888 ; May 25. 

Birdsboro Steel Foundry & Machine Company. (See Lans- 
sucq. Henri P. L.. assignor.) 

Birdsboro Steel Foundry & Machine Company. (See 
Martin. Mark H., assignor.) 

Birdsboro Steel Foundry and Machine Company. (See 
Peterson, Edward T., assignor.) 

Birdseye, Clarence, Gloucester, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Birdse.ve Electric Corporation, Dover, 
Del. Reclaiming electric lamps. 2,067,150 ; Jan. 5. 

Birdseye, Clarence, Gloucester, Mass., assignor to Birds- 
eve Electric Corporation, Dover, Del. Adjustable electric 
lamp, 2.067.844; Jan. 12. 

Birdseye, Clarence, Gloucester, Mass.. assignor to Birds- 
eve EHectric Corporation, Dover, Del. Luminous re- 
flecting lamp. 2,074,888 ; Mar. 23. 

Birdseye, Clarence, Gloucester, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Birdseve Electric Corporation, Dover, 
Del. Electric lamp. 2.084.999 : June 29. 

Birdseye, Clarence, Gloucester. Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Birdseye Electric Corporation, Dover, 
Del. Ornamental lamp bulb or the like and making 
the same. 2,096,084; Oct. 19. 



Birdseye Electric Corporation. (See Birdseve, Clarence, 
assignor.) 

Birdseye Electric Corporation. (See Deren, Pincns, as- 
signor.) 

Birki-bak, Christian A.. Detroit. Mich., assignor to Ex- 
CVU-O Corporation. Lathe. 2.103,315 : Dec. 2S. 

Birkenmaier, Theodore. (See Mosley, C. E., and Birk- 
enmaier. ) 

Birkenmaier, Theodore, assignor to W. N. Matthews Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Fuse. 2,077,207 ; Apr. 13. 

Birkenmaier, Theodore, assignor to W. N. Matthews 
Corporation. St. Louis, Mo. Reclosing switch. 
2,091,135 ; Aug. 24. 

Birkenmaier. Theodore, assignor to W. N. Matthews Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Fuse switch. 2,102,253 ; Dec 
14. 

Birkenmaier, Theodore, assignor to W. N. Matthews Cor- 
poration. St. Louis, Mo. Cut-out and joint therefor. 
2,103,056 ; Dec. 21. 

Birkenmaier, Theodore, St. Louis, and C. E. Mosley, Rich- 
mond Heights, assignors to The W. N. Matthews Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Circuit interrupter. 
2.091.802: Aug. 31. 

Birkenstein. Ferdinand, Frankfort-on-the-Ma:n, Germanv. 
Frames of spectacles and the like. 2.083,287 ; June 8. 

Birkhead. Frank G., assignor to S. L. Allen & Co,, Inc., 
Philadelphia. Pa. Wheeled coaster. 2,103.998 ; Dec. 

Birkhimer, Edwin R., assignor to The Atlantic Refining 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Hydrocarbon oil treatment. 
2,092,748 ; Sept. 14. 

Birkigt, Marc Bois-Colombes, France. Machine provided 
with an automatic firearm. 2,075.086 : Mar. 30. 

Birkigt, Marc, Bois-Colombes. France. Airplane provided 
with automatic firearms. 2,075,087 ; Mar. 30. 

Birkigt, Marc Bois-Colombes, France. Percussion fuse. 
2,079,394 : May 4. 

Birkigt, Marc, Bois-Colombes, France. Motive power 
plant. 2.087.832 ; July 20. 

Birkigt. Marc. Bois Colombes, France. Percussion fuse, 
2,097,015 ; Oct. 26. 

Birkin, DLmitri, Berlin. Germany, assignor to firm Edward 
G. Budd Manufacturing Companv, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Construction of metal girders. 2.066.388 ; Jan. 5. 

Birmingham Artificial Limb Companv. (See Willett, 
Samuel A., assignor.) 

Birmingham, Thomas F. (See (Jordon, C. W., and Birm- 
ingham.) 

Birnbaum. Harry. (See Zola. A., and Birnbaum.) 

Biro. Carl G., Marblehead, Ohio. Meat cutting and slic- 
ing machine. 2,081,033 ; May 18. 

Birr, Herman T., Jr. (See Dunn. R. L.. and Birr.) 

Mirr, Rudolph G., Lombard, HI., assignor to Steiner Sales 
Company, .Salt Lake City, Ftah. Towel dispen-sing ap- 
paratus. 2,103,403 ; Dec 28. 

Birr, Rudolph G., Lombard, and A. C. Grunwald. River 
Forest, HI., assignors to Steiner Sales Companv. Salt 
Lake City, Utah. Towel dispensing apparatus. 
2,077,032; Apr. 13. ^^^ „ t-^ 

Birr. Rudolnh G.. Lombard, and A. C. Grunwald. R'ver 
Forest, 111., assignors to Steiner Sales Company. Salt 
Lake City, Utah. Towel dispensing apparatus. 
2,100,729 ; Nov. 30. 

Birtley Company Limited, The. (See Appleyard, K. C, 
and PoUitt, assignors.) 

Birtman Electric Company. (See Harris, John R., as- 
signor.) 

Blschof, Bernhard. Winterthur, Switzerland. Valve gear 
for internal combustion enErines. 2.072.201 : M.ir, 2. 

Bisehoff, Robert. (See Brisbane, E. C, and Bischoff.) 

Bisel. Edwin J., Uiiiontown, Pa. Measuring apparatus. 
2,081.133 : May 25. 

Bishelany, Elias C, Brookljm, N. Y. Rupture pad cover. 
2,079,675: May 11. 

Bishkin, Sam L. (See Rolshausen. F. W., and Bishkin.) 

Bishman Company, The. (See Bishman, Walter A., as- 
signor.) 

Blshman, Walter A., assignor to The Bishman Company, 
-Minneapolis, Minn. Tire spreader. 2,073,510 ; Mar. 9. 

Bishop & Babcock Mfg. Company, The. (See Bondurant, 
Carlton W., assignor.) 

Bishop & Babcock Mfg. Company, The. (See Findley, 
Howard J., assignorD 

Bishop & Babcock JIfg. Company, The. (See Mayo, Ed- 
ward L., assignor.) 

Bishop, Ben.iamin S. T.. Shrewsbury, and P, E. Dow, 
lyeicester. Mass., assignors to Leland-Gifford Company. 
Hand operated, electric controlled, tapping device. 
Re. 20,579 : Dec. 14. 

Bishop, Carl E., Carlisle, Iowa. Steam motor. 
2,088,582 : Aug. 3. 

Bishop. Edwin L., Birmingham, England. Device for 
separating cardboard or like sheets upon a conveyer. 
2,085.248; June 29. 

Bishop, George M., Buffalo. a.<!signor to National Aniline 
& Chemical Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Dvestuff 
paste for use in printing. 2,069.209 ; Feb. 2. 

Bishop, George M.. Buffalo, assignor to National Aniline 
& (ihemical Company, Inc.. New York, N. Y. Flavan- 
throne dyestnff and printing paste. 2.069,210; Feb, 2. 

Bishop. Harry W., Chicago, 111. Displav rack for lumber. 
2,070,507; Feb. 9. 



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Bishop, Harry Z., Lyons, N. Y. Antiskid tire. 2,068,050 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Bishop, Harry Z., Lyons, N. Y. Shovel with adjustable 
handle. 2,098,609 ; Nov. 9. 

Bishop, Homer L., Dayton, assignor of one-half to E. E. 
Stansell, West Carrclton, Ohio. Printing process. 
2,088,398 ; July 27. 

Bishop, Howard B., Summit, N. J. Hydrotluoric acid 
product and producing the same. 2,088,048 ; July 27. 

Bishop, John B., Bloomheld, and \v'. M. Knotr, Fairlawn. 
N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Radio communication sys- 
tem. 2,101.668 ; Dec. 7. 

Bishop, Landlin B. (See Bates, F. G., and Bishop.) 

Bishop, Lena, and O. Bishop, San Diego, Calif. Laundry 
cart. 2,075,260 ; Mar. 30. 

Bishop, Leonard J., assignor to Mechanical Handling Sys- 
tems, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Trolley conveyer. 2,075,261 ; 
Mar. 30. 

Bishop, Leonard J., assignor to Mechanical Handling Sys- 
tems, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Trolley conveyer. 2,095,022 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Bishop, Orra. (See Bishop, Lenn. and O.) 

Bishop, Richard E., South Orange, N. J., assignor to 
A. C. Horn & Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Calk- 
ing gun. 2,102,939 ; Dec. 21. 

Bishop, Walter, Detroit, Mich., assi};nor to Backstay 
Welt Co. Finish and filler strip. 2,070.645 : Feb. 16. 

Bishop, Walter M., Flushing, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Heat 
treating magnetic materials. 2,066.515 ; Jan. 5. 

Bishop, William T., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Production of xanthates of 
resin alcohols. 2,103,140 ; Dec. 21. 

Biskup, William F., St. Paul, Minn. Lathe attachment. 
2,085,945 ; July 6. 

Bisonit G. m. b. H. (See Gullich, Kurt, assignor.) 

Bissell. Carl H. (See Olley, R. H., and Bissell.) 

Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Timing apparatus for traffic signal- 
ling systems. 2,091,954; Sept. 7. 

Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, Syra- 
cu.se, N. Y. Explosionproof lighting fixture. 2,094,394 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Bissell, Carl H., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. PDlectric hand lamp. 2,096,604 : Oct. 19. 

Bissell, Carl H., and H. P. Hastings, assignors to Crouse- 
Hinds Company, Syracuse, N. Y. Explosion resisting 
lighting fixture. 2,070,195 ; Feb. 9. 

Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company. (See Bissell, Wads- 
worth, assignor.) 

Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company. (See Dilliard, Herbert 
C, assignor.) 

Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company. (See Pullen, Fred W., 
assignor.) 

Bissell, Everett S., Irondequoit, assignor to Bausch & 
Lomb Oi)tical Company, Rochester, N. Y. Microscope 
filter system. 2,083,820 ; June 15. 

Bissell, Raymond W., Milford, assignor to The Strouse 
Adler Company, New Haven, Conn. Apparel garment. 
2,099,099 : Nov. 16. 

Bissell, Wadsworth, assignor to Bissell Carpet Sweeper 
Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Dustpan dump for 
carpet sweepers. 2,085,209 ; June 29. 

Bissell, William T. (See McNamara, L. C, Conway, Bis- 
sell. and Harold.) 

Bi.szantz, Fred, assignor to The Gallon Metallic Vault 
Company, Gallon. Ohio. Lifting mechanism for dump 
bodies. 2,094,521 ; Sept. 28. 

Bitler, William T., and M. S. Evans, Berwick, Pa., as- 
signorK to American Car and Foundry Compan.v, New 
York, N. Y. Electric stock heater. 2,094,977 : Oct. 5. 

Bitner, John S. (See Schmid, F. S., and Bitner.) 

Bitney, Dewey H., assignor to Union Steel Products Com- 
pany, Albion, Mich. Continuous column clip. 2,099,951 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Bitter, Floward L.. et al. (See Doty, Arthur A., assignor.) 

Bitter, John L., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Re- 
enforcod rubber article. 2,080,002 ; May 11. 

Bitter, John h., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Ravon Gorporalion. Filament and thread 
treatment. 2.090.330: Aug. 17. 

Bitting Incorpor.Tted. (See Keller, Harry H., assignor.) 

Bittorf, TiOuls A., nssignor to National Maimlacliirliig 
Compnnv, Sterling, 111. Ilasp-tvpe fastener. 2,067,255 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Bittorf, liOiilH A., (i. G. Behrens, and P. Decker, assignors 
to National Manufacturing Company, Sterling, 111. 
Overhead door structure. 2.000,090: Aug. 17. 

BItzer. Charles J.. Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Standard 
Oil Dovi'lopnient Company. Itltumlnous compositions. 
2,096,876 : Oct. 26. 

Blvona. JoHcpii, Brooklyn, N. Y. Self adjusting garment. 
2.090.2K1 : A ML'. 17. 

Blxhy. Edwin IT.. liOnlsllle, Ky., assignor to Container 
r'orpoi:itlon of America, Chicago, 111. Container. 
2.094.054 ; Sept. 28. 

Blxb.v. I'co A., ICalamazoo, assignor to Clark Efjulpment 
Compiiny, Ituclinnan, Midi. Brake construction, 
2 090 100: Aug. 17. 

Blxhy. RalpJi V.. and J. H. Meyer. St. Louis, Mo. ; snid 
Meyer aBHlgnor to said Blxby. Refrigerator. 
2,077,982 : Apr. 20. 

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Bixby, Ralph F., and J. H. Meyer, St. Louis, Mo. ; said 
Meyer assignor to said Bixby. Air conditioning appa- 
ratus. 2.097,556 ; Nov. 2. 

Bixby, Walter. (See Hathaway, E. F., and Bixby.) 

Bixel, Edward C, West Orange, N. J., assignor to Ameri- 
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Ladder holder. 
2,080,527 ; May 18. 

Bixel, Edward C, West Orange, and T. C. Smith, West- 
field, N. J., assignors to American Telephone and Tele- 
graph Company. Vehicle cover. 2,074,358 ; Mar. 23. 

Bixler, Harley H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Refrigerating machine. 2,102,403 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Bixler, Harry Z., Youngstown, Ohio. Spring suspension. 
2,092,046 ; Sept. 7. 

Bixler, Willard R., Kenton, Ohio. Repeating toy pistol. 
2,085,412; June 29. 

Bjork, Byron T., Long Island City, N. Y. Necktie holder. 
2,076.333 ; Apr. 6. 

Bjork, Peter N., and G. A. Burns, Minneapolis, Minn., as- 
signors to Butler Manufacturing Company, Kansas (iity, 
Mo. Gasoline metering assembly. 2.069.990 : Feb. 9. 

Bjorklund, Herbert W., Norrviken, Sweden. Table game 
apparatus. 2.089,726; Aug. 10. 

Bjorklund, John R., assignor to Northwestern Terra Cotta 
Corp., Chicago, 111. Treating liquid containing com- 
pressible bodies of material. 2,101,528; Dec.' 7. 

Bjorkman, Germaine M., New York, N. Y. Lady's travel- 
ing case. 2,078,557 ; Apr. 27. 

Bi'irndal. I\ragnus. (See Coleman, N. S., and Bjorndal.) 

B.iorndal, Magnus. (See Wick. Emil A., assignor.) 

BjOrndal. JIagnus. Jersey City, N. J. Electric hydrom- 
eter. 2,071,607 : Feb. 23. 

Bjornson, Bjorn G., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Transmission 
control in signaling systems. 2,081,422 ; May 25. 

Bjornson, Bjorn G., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Echo suppressor 
circuits. 2,087,314; July 20. 

Bjornson, Bjorn G., New York, N. Y.. and N. W. Br.vant, 
Lyndhurst, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone I,a'bora- 
tories. Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Trnnsinission 
control in two-way signaling system. 2,066,325 ; Jan. 5. 

P.lack, Alexander. (See Johnson, L. R., and Black.) 

Black, Bert H., Crosbyton, Tex. Water service stand. 
2,070,196 ; Feb. 9. 

Black, Cadelle H., Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Protective arrangement. 2,084,888 ; 
■Tune 22. 

Black-Clawson Company, The. (See Howard, Charles W., 
assignor.) 

Black-Clawson Company, The. (See Martindale, Homer 
D.. as.signor. ) 

Black, Crayton K. (See Carr, J. I., and Black.) 

Black, Crayton K. (See Murphy, A. R.. and Black.) 

Black, Crayton K., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Azo dves and pigments 
derived therefrom. 2,092,796 ; Sept. 14. 

Black & Decker Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Baker, James N., assignor.) 

Blnck & Decker Alanufacturing Company, The. (See 
Preston, H. C, and Decker, assignors.) 

Black & Decker Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Roth, Clement E., assignor.) 

Black, Edith M., Chicago, 111. Collapsible box. 
2,074,638 ; Mar. 23. 

Black, Edward R., assignor to Black Svstems, Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Building covering. 2.078,1)08 ; INIav 4. 

Blnck. Frank, Christmas, Ariz. Animal clamp. 
2,100,730; Nov. 30. 

Black, Frederick, assignor to The Electric Storage Battery 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. TTnndling mechanism for 
storage battery containers. 2,085,724; .Tuly 6. 

Black, Frederick H.. Fort Sill, Okla. ITvdraulie trans- 
mission. 2,088,583 ; Aug. 3. 

Black, George W. (See Slaughter, G. 1\I., and Black.) 

Black, Gertrude M., executrix. (See Black, J. E., Smith, 
and Behr. ) 

Itlack, Tlarohl G., assignor to Proctor & Schwartz, Tncor- 
poiated, Pliil.'idelphia, P.a. Air baflle for ravon cake 
driers. 2,100,035 ; Nov. 30, 

Black, Harold Jl., assignor to McTCee Glass Conijiany, 
Jeanette, Pa. Apparatus for feeding glass. 2,096,780 : 
Oct. 26. 

Black, Harold S.. Elmluirst, assignor to Bell Tolephono 
Liiboratorios, Tncnrporn ted. New York, N. Y. Vacuum 
tube circuit. 2,098,950; Nov. 10. 

Black, Harold S.. nsslgiior to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporiiti'd. Now York. N. Y. Wave transla- 
tion Rvsf(Mii. 2.102,070: Dec. 21. 

Black, Tlnrold S.. We.slfleld, N. J., Hsslgnor to Bell Tele- 
jilione Tiiihoraliirios, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 
Wave translation svst(>in. 2.102.671 : Dec. 21. 

lilack. Harold S., Elnihursf, and J. O. Edson. Great Kills, 
assignors (o T'.i>ll Ti'I<'i)hone Lnbni-atorles, Tneorponiti-d, 
New York, N. Y. lOlcctrlcal Indicating or luensurlnj; 
.sysl(>ni. 2,083,195 ; June 8. 

IUmcI;, Harry L., Toronto, Ontario. Canada. .\ppMrntua 
for Indicating an operative condition of vehicle Uglits, 
2 101 -18!) : Poo. 7. 

Ttlack. TTornce D.. 1'xhrldge. and A. A. C Degen, Tlarrow, 
asslL'nors to Bell I'nncli CoTupanv T,lniltc.1. T,ondon, 
England. Ticket Issuing inaelilne. 2,08 1,986 ; June 211, 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Black, Irvins E., F. J. Hoffer, and H. B. Silver, assignors 
to Plastic Seal Corporation, Broolilyn, X. Y. Container 
sealing machine. 2.081,908 ; June 1. 

Black. Irvin? E., F. J. Hoffer, and H. B. Silver, assignors 
to Plastic Seal Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Container 
sealing machine. 2,103,213 ; Dec. 21. 

Black, James D., and G. F. Jleyer, Tampa, Fla. Window 
box and hanger therefor. 2,08.5,290 ; June 29. 

Black, Jolm C, Los Angeles, Calif, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Gasoline Producrs Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Method and apparatus for converting hydrocar- 
bons. 2,075,164; Mar. 30. 

Black, John C, Beverly Hills. Calif., assignor to Gasoline 
Products Company, Incorporated, Newark, N. J. Pro- 
ducing an improved motor fuel and solvent oil. 
2,076,695; Apr. 13. 

Black, John C, Beverly Hills, and M. L. Chappell, Watson, 
assignors to Union Oil Company of California. Los An- 
geles, Calif. Treating hydrocarbon oils. 2,091,624 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Black, John E., deceased, by G. M. Black, executrix. Red 
Bank, and C. S. Smith, Westfield, N. J., and R. K. 
Behr, Mount Vernon. N. Y.. assignors to The Babcock 
& Wilcox Company, Newark, N. J. Steam boiler. 
2,092,299 ; Sept. 7. 

Black, John O.. Detroit, Mich. Securing bung bushings. 
2.069,937 ; Feb. 9. 

Black, Knox C, Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York. X. Y. 
Coaxial transmission system. 2.0S9.179 : Aug. 10. 

Black, Leroy G., assignor to American Potash & Chemical 
Corporation, Trona, Calif. Apparatus for producing 
dehydrated and crystalline anhydrous sodium tetra- 
borate. 2,073.827: Mar. 16. 

Black, Roe R., Douglaston, assignor to Reynolds Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Pipe insulation. 2,088,400 ; 
July 27. 

Black, Sivalls & Bryson, Inc. (See Gordon, Joseph C, as- 
signor.) 

Black Systems, Inc. (See Black. Edward R., assignor.) 

Black, Thomas C. (See Zirmer. Martin.) 

Black, Warren G.. Cleveland, Ohio. Treatment of lubri- 
cants. 2,083,139 ; June 8. 

Black, William A., Montclair, X'. J., assignor to United 
Research Corporation, Burbank, Calif. Film driving 
apparatus. 2.098,215 ; Nov. 9. 

Black, William F. (See Dahl. O., and Black.) 

Black. William G., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, of one-half to H. H. Fisher. Apparatus 
for cleaning receptacles. 2,076,202 ; Apr. 6. 

Black. William H.. Xew York, X'. Y. Safety razor. 
2.071,105 : Feb. 16. 

Blackburn, George, and Sons Limited. (See Start, Harry 
W., assignor.) 

Blackburn, George, and Sons Limited. (See Start, Harry 
W. and E., assignors.) 

Blackburn. George, and Sons Limited. (See Towers, 
Ern?st J., assignor.) 

Blackburn, Jasper, and J. A. Weaver, Jr., Webster 
Groves. Mo. Frictional wire connecter. 2,102,881 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Blackburn. Samuel M., and W. L. Schellenbach, Wyoming, 
assignors to The Fay-Egan Manufacturing Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Slicing machine. 2,072,846 ; Jlar. 9. 

Blackden, Perry D., Sacramento, Calif. Gas turbine. 
2.094.055 : Sept. 28. 

Blackhawk Mfg. Co. (See Mandl, Sigmund, assignor.) 

Blackhawk Mfg. Co. (See Mandl, S., and Pfanser, as- 
signors.) 

Blackhawk Mfg. Co. (See Pfauser, Edward M., assignor.) 

Blackhawk Mfg. Co. (See Traut. William A., assignor.) 

Blackledge, John W., Chicago, 111. Toy and apparatus 
for manufacturing the same. 2,078,439: Apr. 27. 

Blackman, John W. B., Long Beach, Calif. Protected 
pile. 2.083,592 : June 15. 

Blackman, John W. B.. Lone Beach, Calif. Making pro- 
tected piling. 2.083.593 ; June 15. 

Blackman, Loron B., St. Joseph, Mo. Brake shoe gauge. 
2,087.497; July 20. 

Blackman, Italph B., Passaic, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, Xew York, X. Y. 
Wave filter. 2,086,597 ; July 13. 

Blackman, Ralph B., Rutherford. X. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated, Xew York, X. Y. 
Wave filter. 2.091.250; Aug. 31. 

Blackman. Roy C, Cleveland. Ohio. Automobile direc- 
tion switch and signal. 2,074,011 ; Mar. 16. 

Blackmore, William. Sharon, Pa., assignor to National 
Malleable and Steel Castings Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Journal box. 2,069,488 ; Feb. 2. 

Blackstock, Catl. (See De Koster, C, and Anderson, as- 
signors.) 

Dlackstone, Abraham J., Chicago, 111. Precast concrete 
building construction. 2,094.393 : Sept. 28. 

Blackwell. Frederick S., and J. I. White, assignors of 
one-third to Clarence C. Dunkle, Kellogg, Idaho. Sten- 
ciling printing press. 2.071.720 ; Feb. 23. 

Blackwell. James W., Lincolnton, Ga. Union suit. 
2.067.870: ,Tan. 12. 

Blackwell. Otto B.. Plandomo, X. Y., and J. Herman, 
Westfield. X. J., assignors to American Telephone and 
Telegraph Company. Television system. 2,101,976 : 
Dec. 14. 



Blackwood, Robert O. (See Baker, David and D., as- 
signors.) 
BlagS, Marcel, Herserange, assignor to Soci^tS Anonyme 

des Hauts Fourneaux de la Chiers, Longwy, France. 

Apparatus for tempering rails. 2,095,946 ; Oct. 12. 
Blaikie, Kenneth G. (See Morrison, G. O., Skirrow, and 

Blaikie.) 
Blaikie. Kenneth G.. Shawinigan Falls, Quebec, assignor 

to Shawinigan Chemicals Limited, Montreal, Canada. 

Chewing gum composition. 2,085,490 ; June 29. 
Blain, Albert, Philadelphia, assignor to Radio Corpora- 
tion of America. Tuning dial. 2,084,182 ; June 15. 
Blair, Arthur G., Inc., et al. (See Williams, H. W., and 

Ellis, assignor.) 
Blair, Emile, assignor to Winchester Repeating Arms Com- 

panv, Xew Haven, Conn. Oil temperature regulator. 

2,07"l.l06 ; Feb. 16. 
Blair, Harry R., Cranston, R. I., assignor to Universal 

Winding company, Boston, Mass. Gainer mechanism 

for winding machines. 2,079,730 ; May 11. 
Blair, Robert S., Stamford, Conn. Driver for rotary 

tools. 2,092,598 ; Sept. 7. 
Blair, Royer R., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 

Incorporated, Xew York, X. 'Y. Gain control. 

2.100,375 ; Xov. 30. 
Blair, Russell M. (See Jarvis, K. W. and Blair.) 
Blair, William A. (See Hackney, Clarence W., assignor.) 
Blair. William R., Fort Monmouth, Oceanport. X. J. 

Gyroscopic indicating and control device. 2,075,797 ; 

Apr. 6. 
Blake, Bernice L., Oak Park, m. Lingerie pin. 

2,074,359 ; Alar. 23. 
Blake, Dennis B. D., assignor of one-half to D. E. Willard, 

Danville, 111. Brake control apparatus. 2,082,776 ; 

June 8. 
Blake, Dennis B. D., Denver. Colo., assignor of one-half 

to D. E. Willard, Danville, 111. Mop wringer. 

2.091.625 ; Aug. 31. 
Blake, Eli J., deceased, Haddonfield, N. J., E. A. Blake, 

executrix. Remote control system. 2.098.910 ; Xov. 9. 
Blake, Elsie A., executrix. (See Blake. Eli J.) 
Blake, Frank N., North Adams, Mass. Finding apparatus. 

2,092,951 ; Sept. 14. 
Blake, Frank O., West Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 

Link-Belt Company, Chicago, 111. Chain pin extractor. 

2,091.844; Aug. 31. 
Blake, George R., and G. W. Seymour, Cumberland, Md., 

assignors to Celanese Corporation of America. Textile 

process and product. 2,068,003 ; Jan. 19. 
Blake, Harold D. (See Strickland, R. F., Blake, and 

McLean.) 
Blake, Harold D., Cleveland Heights, and W. J. Geiger, 

Cleveland, Ohio, assignors to General Electric Company. 

Base for electric lamps or similar devices. 2,066, 3lf ; 

Jan. 5. 

Blake, Harry D., Boston, Mass. Steak tenderizing appa- 
ratus. 2,090,829 ; Aug. 24. 

Blake, Henry W., assignor to W. F. Kirk, Kansas City, Mo 
Portable transportable refrigerator. 2,094,522 ; Sept. 

Blake, Henry W., assignor to W. F. Kirk. Kansas CSty, 

Mo. Refrigerator structure. 2,099,793 ; Nov. 23. 
Blake, Henry W., assignor to W. F. Kirk, Kansas City, 

Mo. Transportable anchorable refrigerator. 2.103,231 ; 

Dec. 28. 
Blake, Herman C. Hyde Park. Mass., and S. Blake, 

Ricliniond. Maine. Hanger. 2,098,996 ; Nov. 16. 
Blake, John'T., Madison, Wis. Masonry wall. 2,073,673 ; 

ilar. 16. 

Blake. Kenneth B., Ardsley. N. Y.. and C. S. Hemp, Upper 
Montclair, N. J. , Heat insulating material. 2,072 152 ■ 
Mar. 2. 

Blake, Kenneth R., Anderson, Ind. Automatic starter. 
2.085.734 ; July 6. 

Blake. Samuel. (See Blake, Herman C. and S.) 

Blakeney, Charles G., and B. I. Buck, assignors to The 
B I Buck Company. Baltimore, Md. Automatic bean 
cutter. 2.092,103; Sept. 7. 

Blakeslee, Henry J., Marlboro, assignor to The States 
Company. Hartford, Conn. Meter connection block. 
2.081,100 ; May 18. 

Blakeslee, Henry J., JLarlboro, assignor to The States Com- 
pany, Hartford, Conn. Meter connection block. 
2,081,101 ; May IS. 

Blakey. Angus R.. Orange, N. J., assignor to Dohertv 
Research Company, New York, N. Y. Process and 
apparatus for the fractional distillation of liquids. 
2.072,093 ; Mar. 2. 

Blakey. Angus R.. South Orange, N. J., assigno- to 
Dohcrty Rpsearch Companv, New York, N. Y Frac- 
tional distillation of liquids. 2.072.834: Mar. 2. 

Blakley, Vincent A., and A. N. Lindenmuth. Allentown, 
Pa. Shoulder strap device. 2,100,708 ; Nov. 30. 

Blamherc, Ernst, assignor to ITartmann & Braun .Vktien- 
gesellschaft. Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Self 
starting. stopping reversible synchronous" motor. 
2.066,760; Jan. 5. 

Blanc, Samuel O., Des Moines. Iowa. Cutter member for 
cleaning drain pipes. 2,069,871 ; Feb. 9. 

Blanchard. Benjamin B.. Swampscott. Mass.. assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Stapling machine. 2,078,999 ; May 4. 



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Blanchard, Benjamin B., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Wire feeding apparatus. 2,088,570 ; Aug. 3. 

Blanchard, Benjamin B., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Lasting machine. 2,101,041 ; Dec. 7. 

Blanchard, Benjamin W., Jr., Vallejo, Calif. Shingle 
cutting machine. 2,088,686 ; Aug. 3. 

Blanchard, Charles M., Lansing, Mich. Internal com- 
bustion engine. 2,090,662 ; Aug. 24. 

Blanchard, Everett W., Schenectady, assignor to Ameri- 
can Locomotive Company, New York, N. Y. Valve 
gear for three-cylinder locomotives. 2,103,658 ; Dec. 
28. 

Blanchard, Frederick C, Brookline, Mass. Fluid pres- 
sure responsive feeder. 2,103,763 ; Dec. 28. 

Blanchard, Joseph, assignor of one-half to C. G. Votes, 
London, England. Silencing gaseous currents. 
2,075,088; Mar. 30. 

Blanchett, Luther E., assignor to Bucyrus-Erie Company, 
South Milwaukee, Wis. Leveling device. 2,101,837 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Blanchard, Philip D., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Super- 
heater Company, New York, N. Y. Control valve. 
2,085,782 ; July 6. 

Hammond, Ind., and C. E. Hardy, 
?nors to The Superheater Company, 
Compound feeder. 2,099,836 ; Nov. 



(See Hottenroth, F. W., Blanchard, 



Blanchard, Philip D. 
Mount Vernon, asslf 
New York, N. Y. 
23. 

Blanchard, Walter P. 
and Sprenger.) 

Blanchard, Werner J., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Curtiss-Wright Corporation. Pitch in- 
dicator. 2,069,991; Feb. 9. 

Blanchfield, Edward J. <See McNamara, Eichard J., as- 
signor.) 

Bland, Frederick O. S., Hamburg, Germany. Freezing 
medium, method of production and application for freez- 
ing purposes. 2,102,506 ; Dec. 14. 

Blaney, Arthur C, Collingswood, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, New 
York, N. Y. Forming records. 2,093,539 ; Sept. 21. 

Blaney, Arthur C, Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Phonographic apparatus. 
2,095,308; Oct. 12. 

Blaney, Arthur C, Erlton, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America, Neiw York, N. Y. Photophono- 
graphic apparatus. 2,097,141 ; Oct. 26. 

Blaney, Jesse M., Amityville, N. Y. Removal of excess 
halides from photographic developing bath. 2,073,621 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Blaney, William H., Dallas, Tex. Automobile theft pre- 
venter. 2,098.854 ; Nov. 9. 

Blankenbuehler, John H., Edgewood, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Dynamo-electric machine. 2,094,344 ; Sept. 
28. 

Blaschke, Josephine, Trenton, Ontario, Canada. Brooder. 
2,084,832 ; June 22. 

Blashfield, Floyd A., assignor to Scanlan-Morris Com- 
pany, Madison, Wis. Sterilizing tank. 2,094,056 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Blashill, Arthur E., Withlngton, Manchester, England. 
Wire fabric making machine. .2,068,224 ; Jan. 19. 

Blashill, Arthur E., Withington, Manchester, England. 
Wire fabric making machine. 2,078,226; Apr. 27. 

Blashill, Arthur E., Withington, Manchester, England. 
Method and apparatus for unwinding wire, thread, or 
the like. 2,102,610 ; Dec. 21. 

Blasquez, Francisco, and A. Ordorica, Mexico, D. F., 
Mexico. Display, direction, or guide apparatus. 
2,081,786 ; May 25. 

Blatchford, Albert O., Amballes Guernsey. Channel, 
Islands. Water tube boiler. 2,101,892 ; Dec. 14. 

Blatt, William, Detroit, Mich. Disk bralce. 2,071,107 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Blattner, August II., St. Louis County, assignor to Carter 
Carburetor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Downdraft car- 
buretor. 2,092,827 ; Sept. 14. 

Blattner, Emil II., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Draft rigging. 2,066,600; 
Jan. 5. 

Blatz, Viil(>ntin O., Munich, Germany. Valve for pn"u- 
matic liies for motor driven vehicles giving acoustic sig- 
nals. 2,009,128; Jan. 20. 

Blatzhcim, Joliann, Welschlitz I. V., Germany. Delivery 
device for rot.uy printing machines. 2,094,938; Oct. 5. 

Blau, Liidwig W., Ilouston, Tex., assignor to Standard 
Oil Di'vclopment Company. Frequency comparing de- 
vice for determining the force of gravity. 2,077,390 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Blau, Ludwlg W., Houston, Tex., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Damped wave filter. 
2,077,391 ; Apr. 20. 

Blan, Ludwig W., Ilouslon, Tex., assignor to St.-mdard 
Oil Development Company. Method and apparatus for 
(■liiiiimiling low frequencies. 2,081,350; May 25. 

Bldii, I/ii(lwig W.. Houston, Tex., assignor to Slandni'd 
Oil Development <"ompany. Seismic reflection inelhod. 
2,09»,«:!7 ; Nov. 23. 

Bhiu, Ludwlg \V., and li. Statham, HouHton, Tex., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Development Company. Seis- 
mograph. 2,074,043 ; Mar. 10. 



Blau, Ludwlg W., and L. Statham, Houston, Tex., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Development Company. Appa- 
ratus for recording earth current transients. 
2,079,103: May 4. 

Blauer, Louis, Brookline, Mass. Combination hood and 
double back for garments. 2,103,608 : Dec. 28. 

Blauntia, Volono H., and N. C. Lewis, Tulsa, Okla. Win- 
dow. 2,093,161 ; Sept. 14. 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Brynoldt, Christian, as- 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Chandler, Willard P., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Dorfan, Morton I., assignor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Harrington, Edward L., as- 
signor.) 

Blaw-Knox Company. (See Venable, William M., as- 
signor.) 

Blaxton, George L. (See McCauley, Irvin D., assignor.) 

Blayney, Charles V., Hinsdale, 111. Broiling device. 
2,070,111 ; Feb. 9. 

Blazek, John Y., Maple Heights, and R. G. Anderson 
Cleveland, assignors to Lempco Products, Inc., Bed- 
ford, Ohio. Tool setting means. 2,066,389 ; Jan. 5. 

Blazek, John Y., Maple Heights, and R. J. Kuschel, Cleve- 
land, assignors to Lempco Products, Inc., Bedford, Ohio 
Clamping means. 2,078,598 ; Apr. 27. 

Blazek, John Y., Maple Heights, and R. G. Anderson 
Cleveland, assignors to Lempco Products, Inc., Bedford 
Ohio, Measuring device. 2,088,362 ; July 27. 

Blazek, John Y., Maple Heights, and J. F. Strnad, 
Bedford, assignors to Lempco Products, Inc., Bedford, 
Ohio. Machining device. 2,095,225 ; Oct. 12. 

Blazek, John i.. Maple Heights, and R. G. Anderson, 
Cleveland, assignors to Lempco Products, Inc., Bedford 
Ohio. Surface forming machine. 2,101,569 ; Dec. 7, 

Bleakley, Purling A., assignor to The Gillord Corpora- 
tion, Toledo, Ohio. Apparatus for and method of 
spraying molten metal. 2,092,150 ; Sept. 7. 

Bleani, Edgar W., assignor to Stokes and Smith Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Filling machine. 2,081,526 ; May 25. 

Bleam, Edgar W., assignor to Stokes and Smith Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Filling system. 2,082,567; June 1. 

Bleasdale, Albert. (See Connor, K. \V., Calvert, and 
Bleasdale.) 

Blech, Waldemar, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to T. G. 
Gregory. Detergent composition. 2,083,821 ; June 15. 

Blecher, Samuel J., assignor of one-third to 31. Weingast, 
New York, N. Y. Making footwear. 2,087,794 : July 20. 

Blechman, Irving, Bronx, assignor to Odera Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Sectional container. 2,083,114 ; 
June 8. 

Bledsoe, Clyde O., Colorado, Texas. Drilling clamp. 
2,093,826 ; Sept. 21. 

Bleeck, John, London, England. Preservative for animal 
and vegetable substances. 2.066,453 ; Jan. 5. 

Bleecker, \Varren F., Boulder, Colo., assignor to Zero 
Hour Torpedo Company, Casper, Wyo. Bomb. 
2,076,613; Apr. 13. 

Bleendes, Isidor S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Knitted fabric. 
2,077,033 ; Apr. 13. 

Blendinger. Mabel C, Milwaukee, Wis. Thumb-guard. 
2,084,183 ; June 15. 

Blessing, Edgar F., East Orange, N. J. Steel alloy. 
2,099,509 ; Nov. 16. 

Blessing, Elizabeth, New York, N. Y. Cleaning composi- 
tions. 2,090,932 ; Aug. 24. 

Bletso, Bruce N., and C. O. Carlson, Cleveland Heights, 
Ohio, assignors to The American Steel and Wire Com- 
pany of New Jersey. Tool. 2,080,030 ; May 11. 

Bleltnor, George H., assignor to Renette Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Apparatus for ma'ilng pistons. 2,101,043 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Blettnor, George II., assignor to Renette Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Making pistons. 2,101,044; Dec. 7. 

Blettner, George II., assignor to Renette Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Internal combustion engine. 2,101,045; 
Dec. 7. 

Blettner, George II., assignor to Renette Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Casting pistons. 2,101.040; Dec. 7. 

Bleuel, Alex H., Wauwatosa, Wis. Studding shoe. 
2,100,209 ; Nov. 23. 

Bleuel, William H., Dormont, Pa., and S. Steek, Steuben- 
ville, Ohio. Apparatus for waving human hair. 
2,008,306; Jan. 19. 

Blevans, Don W., Tulsa, Okla. Hardness tester. 
2,087,500 ; .luly 20. 

Elevens, Emmett, Louisvlle, Ky. Support for artiflclnl 
lower legs. 2,080,003; May 11. 

Blevins, Herman (J., Sewickley, assignor to Spang, Chal- 
fant & Company, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa. Apparatus for 
welding. 2,084,889 ; June 22. 

Hlew, Mlehael J. (See Allen, J. E., Blew, and Wood.) 

Blewett, John, assignor to The Murray Company, Dallas, 
Tex. Braking nieehaiiism. 2,081,898 ; Juno 1." 

Blevvelt, John, assignor to Tlw Murray ("ompauv, n.'i!li\s, 
Tex. Urea.st lilter for eoltcui gins. 2, 087. IDS ; July 20. 

Bhnvett, John, assignor to The Murray Coinpauv, Dallas, 
Tex. Ii'ibcr cleaning cylinder. •J,0!)0.9.'').'i ; Oct. 2<?. 

Rley, Fred, ("liirago. 111., assignor, by mesne asslgniuents, 
to The CarhorundiMM Company, Niagara I'^illa. N. V. 
AbrM.slve saw loolli. Re. 20,500; Nov. 30, 

Bley, Itudolpli S. (See Byron, T. II., and Itley.) 

Itley, Rudolph S., lOll-Aabetliton, Teiiu. Kaeenilzlng amino 
acids. 2,071,327 ; Feb. 23. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Bley, Rudolph S., Elizabethtown, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Pro- 
ducing dull-luster bactericidal filament. 2,072,80S ; 
JIar. 2. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Elizabethtown, Tenn.. assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation. New York, N. Y. Cellu- 
losic spinning solution. 2,072,809 ; War. 2. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New Y'ork, N. Y. Contin- 
uous process of producing carbon bisulphide. 2,079,543 ; 
JNIar 4. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to The 
Porcelain Enamel and Manufacturing Company, of 
Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. Vitreous enamel organosols. 
2,090,617 ; Aug. 24. 

Bley, Rudolph S., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to The 
Porcelain Enamel and Manufacturing Company, of 
Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. Vitreous enamel organosol. 
2.090,018 : Aug. 24. 

Blpyer, Charles F., Lorain, Ohio, assignor to National 
Tube Company. Mixing gaseous fuels. 2,087,681 ; 
July 20. 

Blicharski, Franz, Vienna, Austria. Propelling device for 
watercraft and .Tircraft. 2,091,845 ; Aug. 31. 

Blickman, Saul, New York, N. Y. Measuring device. 
2,086,115 ; July 6. 

Blickman, Saul, New I'ork, N. Y. Apparatus for use in 
welding. 2,09.1.964 ; Oct. 19. 

Bliss. Carl G., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Steel Works. Timing mecha- 
nism. 2.076.290 : Apr. 6. 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Krueger, Frank, assignor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Kruse. Peter, assignor.) 

Bliss, E. W., Company. (See Patrick, Isaac, assignor.) 

Bliss, Harvey N., East Hartford, Conn., assignor to 
Veeder-Root Incorporated. Odometer. 2,077,666 ; Apr. 
20. 

Bliss, Harvey N., West Hartford, and E. Wild, and W. L. 
Tancred, assignors to Veeder-Root Incorporated, Hart- 
ford, Conn. Multiplex counting machine. 2,103,659 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Blitzer, Jacob H., assignor to Lightolier Company, New 
York, N. Y. Lighting unit. 2,083,426 ; June 8. 

Blizard, John. (See Reigart, C, Blizard, and Frisch.) 

Blizzard Manufacturing Company. (See Matejcik, Vin- 
cent, assignor.) 

Bloch, Walter, Kidsgrove, Stoke-on-Trent, England. Low 
dielectric loss ceramic product and making. 2,071,452 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Blochinger. William, West St. Paul, Minn. Roller skate. 
2,070,640 ; Feb. 16. 

Blochinger, William, assignor to Olvmpiad Skate Co., St. 
Paul. Minn. Skate. 2,096.781 : Oct. 26. 

Block, David J., Winnetka, 111., assignor to H. M. Cable. 
Combination dye-stripper. 2.077,983 ; Apr. 20. 

Bloc!;, Iiavirl J.. Winnptka, assignor to A. Appel, Chicago, 
Tl!. Patchincr material. 2.101.607; Dec. 7. 

Block, Harold C. (See Layne, L. A., and Block.) 

Block, Louis, and M. Metziger, assignors to Bloekson 
Chemical Co., Joliet, 111. Manufacture of dicalcium 
phosphate. 2,078,627 ; Apr. 27. 

Blocker, Jay D. (See Neel, T. W., and Blocker.) 

Blocker, Robert H., San Francisco, Calif. Oscillating 
poppet valve engine. 2.073,385 ; Mar. 9. 

Blocker, Samuel J., Dallas, Tex. Automatic glare shield. 
2,100,427 ; Nov. 30. 

Bloekson Chemical Co. (See Block, L., and Metziger, as- 
signors.) 

Blodgett, Albert G., assignor to Riley Stoker Corporation, 
Worcester, Mass. Fuel burner. 2,087,869 : July 20. 

Blodgett, Albert G., assignor to Riley Stoker Corporation, 
Worcester, .Mass. Pulverizing apparatus. 2,093,703 : 
Sept. 21. 

Blodgett, Edwin O., assignor to Oenor.al Railway Signal 
Company, Roclicster, N. Y. Centralized traffic" control- 
ling system for railroads. 2,072,079 : Mar. 2. 

Blodgett, Herbert C, assignor to Overhead Door Cor- 
poration, Hartford City, Ind. Verticallv sliding door 
construction. 2.072,092 ; iMar. 2. 

Blodgett, Herbert C, assignor to Overhead Door Corpo- 
ration. Hartford City, Ind. Sliding door. 2,099,191 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Bloh. William R., Giddings, Tex. Advertising apparatus. 
2.074,249 : Mar. 16. 

Blohm, August H., Chicago, 111., assignor to Trans-Lux 
Corporation. New York, N. Y. Web feeding mechanism. 
2.098,940: Nov. 16. 

Blohm, August H., Chicago, 111., assignor to Trans-Lux 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Projection system. 
2,098.941 ; Nov. 16. 

Blom, Il.ialniar T., Jlichigan City, Ind., assignor to Sulli- 
van ^lachinery Company. Pumping mechanism. 
2,091.907 : Aug. 31. 

Blom, Hjalmar T., Michigan City, Ind., assignor to Sulli- 
van Machinery Company. Separator. 2,093,994 ; Sept. 
28. 

Blomberg, Martin P. (See Adams, E. E., Blomberg, Mus- 
sey, and Stout.) 

Blomberg, Martin P. (See Mussey, W. H., and Blomberg.) 

Blomberg, Martin P., assignor to Pullman-Standard Car 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Jlotorcar. 
2,079,748; May 11. 



Blomberg, Martin P., assignor to Pullman-Standard Car 
and Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Heating 
and ventilating system for vehicles. 2,080,757 ; May 18. 

Blomberg. Martin P., assignor to Pullman-Standard Car 
Jlanufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Top sill. 
2,083,.')53 ; June 15. 

Blomberg. Martin P., assignor to Pullman-Standard Car 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Conduit con- 
nection for articulated cars. 2,094,442 ; Sept. 28. 

Blomberg. Martin P.. assignor to Pullman-Standard Car 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. End sill for 
railway cars. 2.094,443 ; Sept. 28. 

Blomberg, Martin P., assignor to Pullman-Standard Car 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Braking sys- 
tem for car trucks. 2,095,591 ; Oct. 12. 

Blome, August B., Mount Vernon, N. 1'., assignor to The 
Superheater Company, New York, N. Y. Boiler. 
2,088,940 ; Aug. 3. 

Blome, Ernest R. (See West, E. W., and Blome.) 

Blomgren, Carl, Plainfield, N. J., .assignor to Wood News- 
paper Machiner.v Corporation. New York, N. Y. Foun- 
tain roll. 2.089.331 : Aug. 10. 

Blomgren, Henry E., Floral Park, assignor of one-fourth 
to W. D. McGurn, Rockville Centre, Long Island, N. Y. 
Valve cam operation. 2,081,658 ; May 25. 

Blomstrom, Lowell C, Pleasant Ridge, assignor to Federal 
Mogul Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Adjustable limit 
gauge. 2,087,896 ; July 27. 

Blood, Charles R., Sacramento, Calif., assignor of twenty- 
four per cent to W. H. Gerber, and twenty-four per cent 
to G. S. Tyler. Asphalt conditioning and charging 
device. 2,081,472 ; May 25. 

Blood, Harold L., assignor to The Heald JIachine Com- 
pany. Worcester, Mass. Hone. 2,086,660 ; July 13. 

Blood, Harold L., assignor to The Heald Machine Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Grinding machine. 2,097,429 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Blood, Laurence E., Newton, assignor to S. A. Woods 
Machine Company, Boston, Mass. Molder. 2.102,175 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Blood, Leonard H., Buffalo, assignor to Ernest W. Del- 
zer, Kenmore, N. Y. Gas burner. 2.067,656 ; Jan. 12. 

Blood, William E., New York, N. Y. Spark plug. 
2.095,540; Oct. 12. 

Bloom, Charles F., and A. T. Shere, Vancouver, Wash. ; 
said Shere assignor to said Bloom. Drive for weeders. 
2,093,070 ; Sept. 14. 

Bloom, Jacob, Philadelphia, Pa. Hinge. 2,067,042 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Bloom, Jacob, Philadelphia, Pa. Hinge. 2,067,559 ; Jan 
12. 

Bloom, Otto I. (See Ish-Shalom, S., Ascheim. and Bloom.) 

Bloom, Otto I. (See Ish-Shalom, S., and Bloom.) 

Bloomberg, Harry A. (See Dausmann, Charles F., as- 
signor.) 

Bloomberg, Joseph E., assignor to Milwaukee Saddlery 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Cushioned seat. 2,085,569 ; 
June 29. 

Bloomenthal, Sidney, Merchantville, N. J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Carbon coated con- 
tainer for electrolytic condensers. 2.085,413 ; June 29. 

Bloomer Bros. Company. (See Holmes, Raynor M., as- 
signor.) 

Bloomer Bros. Company. (See Inman, Harry A., and 
W. H., assignors.) 

Bloomer Bros. Company. (See Inman, William H., as- 
signor.) 

Bloomer, Melville H. fSee Lawton, C. S.. and Bloomer.) 

Bloomfield, Samuel, Chicago, 111. Service tray. 2,099,433; 
Nov. 16. 

Bloomheart, John L., assignor to M. F. McKesson, Toledo, 
Ohio. Hearing testing. 2.072,705 ; Mar. 2. 

Bloomingdale Bros., Inc. (See Kaufman, Carl L., as- 
signor.) 

Bloomquist, Algot S., Paxton, 111. Power lift lever. 
2,099,594; Nov. 16. 

Bloomsburg, Marvin S. (See Bloomsbuig, Ralph A. and 
M. S.) 

Bloomsburg, Ralph A., Albany, N. Y'., and JL S. Blooms- 
burg, Wcstfiold, X. J. Improved stoker and burning 
solid fuel. 2,072,078 ; Mar. 2. 

Bloss, Richard R.. assignor to Intornational-Stacy Cor- 
poration. Columbus, Ohio. Walking beam mechanism. 
2.079.270; Mnv 4. 

Bloss, Richard R., and R. C. Pfeil, Columbus, Ohio, as- 
signors to The International Derrick & Equipment Com- 
pany, Columbus, Ohio. Counterbalancing device. 
2,081.140; May 25. 

Bloss, Richard R., and R. C. Pfeil, assignors to The In- 
ternational Derrick & Equipment Company, Columbus, 
Ohio. Counterbalancing device. 2,081,141; Slay 25. 

Bloss, Richard R., and R. C. Pfeil, assignors to The Inter- 
national Derrick & Equipment Company. Columbus, Ohio. 
Counterbalancing device. 2,082,761 ; June 1. 

Blouch, Howard H.. Cleveland, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to E. I. du Pont dp Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Anode. 2.097.508; Nov. 2. 

Blount, Arthur L., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles. Calif. Refin- 
ing naphthenic acids. 2,093,001 ; Sept. 14. 

Blount, Holden. cf al. (See Choi'k. Lightle J., assignor.) 

Blount, William H., West Brookflcld, assignor to Sleeper 
& Hartley, Inc., Worcester, Mass. Spring coiling ma- 
chine. 2,091.136 ; Aug. 24. 



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Blount, William H., assignor of one-half to Sleeper & 

Hartley, Incorporated, Worcester, Mass. Universal 

spring coiling machine. 2,096.605 ; Oct. 19. 
Blount, William H., West Brookfield, assignor to Sleeper 

& Hartley, Inc., Worcester, Mass. Coil stripper. 

2,100,046 ; Nov. 23. 
Blount, William H., West Brookfield, and P. S. Thomas, 

assignors to Sleeper & Hartley, Inc., Worcester, Mass. 

End forming device. 2,085,570; June 29. 
Blow, Richard, assignor to W. F. Hall Printing Company, 

Chicago, 111. Preventing offsetting of freshly printed 

surfaces. 2,093,995 ; Sept. 28. 
Blow, Virgil M. (See Young, Frank L., assignor.) 
Blowney, Walter E3., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 

General Electric Company. Elastic fluid power plant. 

2,095,853; Oct. 12. 
Bloxom, Ubt'd A. (See Baruch, H. N., Amory, and Blox- 

om.) 
Bloxsom, Allan P., Houston, Tex. Automatic throttle 

shut-off. 2,085,181 ; June 29. 
Blue, Arthur A., Westfield, N. J., assignor of one-fourth 

to The Gamewell Company, Newton, Mass. Traffic 

signal. 2,076.396; Apr. 6. 
Blue, Ernest M., Houston, Tex., assignor to The American 

Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. Measuring 

device for ropes and the like. 2,081,102 ; May 18. 
Blue, John, Jr., Laurinburg, N. C. Guano distributor 

2,069, 3.".0 ; Feb. 2. 
Blue Ridge Slate Corporation. (See Hillers, Carl E., as- 
signor.) 
Bluestein, Samuel, et al. (See Rivas, Rafael, assignor.) 
Bluhm, Charles E., Rochester, N. Y. Dental iloss holder. 

2,098,610 ; Nov. 9. 
Bluhm, Fred H., Detroit, Mich. Roofing. 2,076,014 ; 

Apr. 6. r 

Bluhm, William, New York, N. Y. Overflow preventing 

device. 2,098,131 ; Nov. 2. 
Blum, Anna, and E. Blum, Chicago, 111. Lip stick rouge 

blender. 2,086,528 ; July 13. 
Blum, Arthur N., Philadelphia, assignor to Henry Diss- 

ton & Sons, Incorporated, Tacony, Pa. Saw handle. 

2,077,509; Apr. 20. 
Blum, Ella. (See Blum, Anna and E.) 
Blum, Franz P. (See Blum, Peter and F. P.) 
Blum, George J., assignor to Armstrong-Blum Mfg. Co., 

Chicago, 111. Hacksaw. 2,102,782 ; Dec. 21. 
Blum, Harrv, assignor to Harry Blum's Natural Bloom, 

Inc., New York, N. Y. Cigar and wrapper. 2,078,227 ; 

Apr. 27. 
Blum, Hosmer L., San Francisco, Calif. Fluid meter. 

2.070.879 ; Feb. 16. 

Blum, Hosmer L., San Francisco, Calif. Liquid dispens- 
ing di'vice. 2.076,263 ; Apr. 6. 
Blum, Hosmer L., Burlingame, Calif. Multiple meter. 

2.070.880 ; Feb. 16. 

Blum, Hosmer L., Burlingame, Calif. Double action fluid 
meter. 2,087,567 ; July 20. 

Blum, Peter and P. P., Halle-Saale, Germany. Dough 
dividing and rounding machine. 2,094,289 ; Sept. 28. 

Blum, Raymond, Paris, France. Mechanical self-stopping 
device for pictures with an automatic re-starter. 
2,097,220 ; Oct. 26. 

BUime, Carl T., Jilelrose, Mass. Electromagnetic motor 
mechanism. 2,068,531 ; Jan. 19. 

Blunie, Louis F., and S. Jlinneci, Plttsfield, Mass., as- 
signors to General Electric Company. Automatic regu- 
lator control. 2,071.10-1: Fob. 16. 

Blumenkrantz, Max, New York, N. Y. Sewing machine 
and method. 2.079,834: May 11. 

Blumenthal, Bernhard, and H. Hadenfeldt, Berlin, Ger- 
many. Material for surgical ligatures and sutures. 
2,094,578 ; Oct. 5. 

Blumenthal, Leo, Borlin-Charlottenburg, Germany. De- 
vice for exercising orthopedicallv and massaging the 
unshod huniMU foot. 2.079,311 ; May 4. 

Blumenthal, Louis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Combination bed and 
divan. 2,071,727 ; Feb. 23. 

Blumenthal, Sidney, & Co. (See Emhardt, John C, as- 
signor.) 

Blumcr, Jacob C, Monroe, Wis., assignor to Freyn Engi- 
neering Company, Chicago, 111. Gas and air trap. 
2,103,057 ; Dec. 21. 

Bluinor, Manuel, Butler, Pa., assignor to L. Sonneborn 
Sons, Inc. Purifying mahogany soap. 2,097,440 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Bluiiil(>iii, Alan D. (See Cork, E. C, Blumlcln, and 
While.) 

BlumJcin, Alan D., London, assignor to Electric and Musl- 
ciil Industries, Limited, Hayes, England. Sound-trans- 
mis.sion, Honnd-ropording, and sound-reproducing syB- 
(cni, 2,093,540; Sept. 21. 

Blumlcln, Alan I)., \V(^st Ealing, London, assignor to 
Elecli'ic & MuHlcal Industries, Limited, Blylli Road, 
IlaycH, England. Sound transmlsHlon, sound-recording, 
and Hovind-roproduclng system. 2,008,372 ; Nov. 9. 

Blum's, Harry, Natural Bloom, Inc. (See Blum, Harry, as- 
signor.) 

Blunk, IN'lnilch, Essen, Germany. Treating sewage. 
2,()73,4n : Mar. 0. 

Blunt, JiiiuoH (!., Schenectady, uHslgiior lo American liO- 
coniotlve Company, New York, N. Y. Support for plpefi, 
handnillR, or other like objects. 2,008,002; Jan. 20. 



Blunt, James G., Schenectady, assignor to American Loco- 
motive Company, New York, N. Y. Railway vehicle 
structure. 2,074,299 ; Mar. 16. 

Blythe. Richard R. (See Nanos, G., and Blythe.) 

Boa, George C, Chicago, 111. Humidifier. 2,091,957; 
Sept. 7. 

Boag, Robert H., Otahuhu, New Zealand. Cushion rub- 
ber heel. 2,078,311 ; Apr. 27. 

Boaler, William H. (See Guyler, A. F., and Boaler.) 

Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois. (See 
Johnstone, Henry F., assignor.) 

Board, William S., Middleport, Ohio. Pipe coupling. 
2,082,868 ; June 8. 

Boardman, Charles S., assignor to Jones & Laughlin 
Steel Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Making load sus- 
taining structures. 2,101,358 ; Dec. 7. 

Boardman, Robert H., assignor to Pacific Mills, Lawrence, 
Mass. Shuttle. 2,076,424; Apr. 6. 

Boax, John J., McKeesport, Pa., assignor to National Tube 
Company. Apparatus for drying pipe coatings. 
2,099,462 ; Nov. 16. 

Bobe, Stanley A., McKeesport, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Small electric power plant. 2,085,072; June 29. 

Bocchino, Joseph, Dover, N. J. Chain link. 2,080,301; 
May 11. 

Bochmann, Otto, Remscheid-Lennep, assignor to Barmer 
Maschinenfabrik Aktiengesellschaft, Wuppertal-Ober- 
barmen, Germany. Spool holder for double twist twist- 
ing spindles. 2,076,762 ; Apr. 13. 

Bochskandl, Benno, Hamburg, Germany, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to International Patents Develop- 
ment Company, Wilmington, Del. Binding agent for 
photographic emulsions and preparing same. 2,070,575 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Bochskandl, Benno, Hamburg, Germany, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to International Patents Develop- 
ment Company, Wilmington. Del. ?.[anufacture of dis- 
integration products of starch. 2.071.576; Feb. 16. 

Bocjl Corporation, trustee. (See Jenkins, Clarence E., 
assignor.) 

Bock, Albert E., White Clay, Nebr., assignor to Lisle Cor- 
poration, Clarinda, Iowa. Magnetic plug. Re. 20,291 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Bock, Bernd v. (See Holzach, K., and Bock.) 

Bock, Bernd v. (See Holzach, K., Bock, Ohlendorf, and 
Baumann.) 

Bock, Clarence H., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Lubrica- 
tion Corporation, Chicago, 111. Lubricating device. 
2,086,376 ; July 6. 

Bock, Georg, and E. Schroder, Berlin, Germany. Elec- 
trode for electric arc welding. 2,097,386 ; Oct. 26. 

Bock, George E., Seattle, Wash., assignor to National 
Technical Laboratories, Pasadena, Calif. Viscosimeter. 
2,096,222; Oct. 19. 

Bock, Louis H. (See Powers, D. H., and Bock.) 

Bock, Louis H. (See Powers, D. H., Bock, and Houk.) 

Bock, Louis H., and A. L. Houk, assignors to Rohm & Haas 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Cellulose ethers. 
2,083,554 ; .Tune 15. 

Bock, Louis H., and A. L. Houk, assignors to Rohm & Haas 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Cellulose ethers. 
2,084.125 ; June 15. 

Bock Oil Burner Corporation. (See Bock, Oscar L., as- 
signor. ) 

Boc'lt, Oscar L., assignor to Bock Oil Burner Corporation, 
Madison, Wis. Method of burning fuel. 2,100,049 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Bock, Richard, London, England. Optical magnifying 
apparatus. 2,087,081 ; July 13. 

Bock, Walter. (See Tschunkur, E., and Bock.) 

Bock, Wilholm. (See Goldner, H., and Bock.) 

Bock, Wilhelm, Gwynedd, Pa. Humidifier. 2,090,282; 
Aug. 17. 

Bock, William H. (See Dr.ader, J. C, and Bock.) 

Bockenliaucr, Edward, Waterman, 111. Fence wire 
si roteher. 2,094,160 : Sept. 28. 

Bockisch, Walter A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Coin collecting apparatus. 2,095,641; Oct. 12. 

Bockmflhl, Max, and W. Krohs, Frankfort-on-lhe-Maln- 
Hochst, Germany, assignors to Wlnthrop Chemical Com- 
pany, Inc., New York, N. Y. Pyrazolones cdntalniiig 
wholl.v or partially hvdrogcnated cyclic hydrocarbon 
radicals. 2,008,700; Jim. 20. 

Bockmuhl, Max. and Ij. Stein, Frankfort-on-the-Maln, 
Germany, assignors to Wlnthrop Chemical Company, 
Inc., New Yorlt, N. Y. Salts of 5-pyra7.olone-4-amino- 
mothyl-sulphonic acids. 2,078,440 ; Apr. 27. 

Bockniiilil, Max, (}. Ehrhart, and Jj. Stein, Frankfort-on- 
the-Maln, (iermany, assignors to Winthrop Chemical 
Conipanv, Inc., New York, N. Y. Amino alcohols. 
2,08.3,001 ; Juno 8. 

BockmOhl, Mux, O. Ehrhart, L. Stein, and J. llnllonsle- 
ben, Frankfort-on-the-Maln, Oprniany, assignors to 
Wlnthrop ChiMnlcal Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Ainlnoalcoliols. 2,088,041 ; Aug. 3. 

Bockniiilil, Max, and (!. Flirliart, Fninkfort-on-the-Maln, 
(Jeriiiany, asHlgnor.s to WIntliion Chemical Company, 
Inc., New York, N. V. I'rep.'ulng gliicosliles liavlnfi 
an action on the lioait obtalneil finm oleander loaves. 
2,090,158; Nov. 10. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Bodde, Theodore, Peiping, China. Track circuit for rail- 
roads. 2,087,943 ; July 27. 

Boddiughouse, Emmons K., assignor to Gas Tool Patents 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Internal combustion ham- 
mer. 2.101.608 ; Dec. 7. 

Boddy, Edwin H., Erie. Pa., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Refrigerator cabinet. 2,068,532 ; Jan. 19. 

Bode, Hendrik W., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Attenuation 
equalizer. 2,006.027 ; Oct. 19. 

Bode, Lester li., St. Paul, ilinn.. assignor to Tinsel Tape, 
Incorporated, ('hieago. 111. Decorative material. 
2,096,389 ; Oct. 19. 

Bode, Wolfgang. (See Culemeyer, J., and Bode.) 

Bodecker, Winchester H., Tenafly, N. J. Razor blade 
sharpener. 2,088,401 ; July 27. 

Boden, Samuel H. (See Schofield, S. T., and Boden.) 

Bodenstab, John. Detroit, Mich. Beverage cooler. 
2,080,598 ; May 18. 

Bodette, Edward T., Wisconsin Rapids, assignor to 
Nekoosa-Edwards Paper Company, Port Edwards, Wis. 
Paper dispenser. 2.101,307 ; Dec. 7. 

Bodine Corporation, The. (See Stahlhammer, Eric J., 
assignor.) 

Bodkin. Irving S., New York, assignor to Conrad Razor 
Blade Co. Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. Safety razor. 
2,085,892 ; July 6. 

Bodle, David W. (See Swart, L. K., and Bodle.) 

Bodle, Virgil H., Xewton, Mass., assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Making rubber 
articles. 2,092,240 ; Sept. 7. 

Bodmer, Albert, \\ attwil, Switzerland, assignor to Heber- 
lein Patent Corporation, New York, N. Y. Parchment- 
ized fabric and producing the same. 2,075.695 ; Mar. 30. 

Bodmer, Albert, C. Muhr, and E. Weiss, Wattwil, Switzer- 
land, assignors to Heberlein Patent Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Patterned effects on crepe fabrics. 
2,085,946 ; July 6. 

Bodnar. Joseph A.. Jackson Heights, N. Y., assignor to 
Westinghouse X-Rav Company, Inc. Ultra-violet appa- 
ratus. 2,085,627 : June 29. 

Bodnovich, John, assignor of forty-nine per cent to E. C. 
Hilker, West Palm Beach, Fla. Valve. 2,073,727 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Bodor, Andrew, Newark, N. J., assignor to H. F. Wanvig, 
Garden Citv. X. Y*. Method of and machine for wrap- 
pin? pies. "2.076.291 : Apr. 6. 

Bop. Helmer J., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 
Method of and apparatus for manufacturing an elec- 
trical cable. 2,090,744 ; Aug. 24. 

Boedecker, Friedrich. Dahlem, near Berlin, assignor to 
Chinosolfabrik Aktiengesellschaft. Hamburg-Billbrook, 
Germany. Producing a novel 8-hydroxyquinoline salt. 
2.079.312 : May 4. 

Boedecker, Friedrich, Dahlem. and H. Gruber, Schoneberg, 
near Berlin, Germany, assignors to the firm J. D. Riedel- 
E. de Haen A.-G.. Berlin, Germany. Tri-substituted 
barbituric acid. 2,080,071 ; May 11. 

"oeg^r, Henry F. (See Dreyer. Charles P... assignor.) 

Boehler, John D., Kenmore, and R. A. Sidur, New York, 
N. Y., assignors to American Telephone and Telegraph 
Company. Spring contact gauge. 2,077,510 ; Apr. 20. 

Boehni. 0.«wald J. (See Knudtson, Vernon E.. assignor.) 

Boehm. Robert M. (See Mason, W. H., Boehm, and 
Koonce.) 

Boehm, William H. (See Jones, W., Sharp, and Boehm.) 

Boehmer, Spencer U., Lombard, Bl. Dye process. 
2,071,492 ; Feb. 23. 

Boehringer, C. F.. & Soehne G. m. b. H. (See Johannes- 
sohn, F., and Rabald, assignors.) 

Boehringer, C. F., & Soehne G. m. b. H. (See Muller, 
E., Schenck, and Wirbatz, assignors.) 

Boehringer, C. H., Sohn A. G. Chemische Fabrik. (See 
Scheuing, G., and Walach, assignors.) 

Boeins .\ircraft Company. (See Canney, Frank R., as- 
signor.) 

Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Kylstra, John, assignor.) 

Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Minshall, Robert J., as- 
signor.) 

Boeing Aircraft Company. (See Wait, Louis S., as- 
signor.) 

Boekelnian. Willcm A., Bilthoven, and A. Elfers, Harlem. 
Netherlands. Surface printing plate, more particularly 
offset-printing plate and printing therewith. 2,097,831 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Boele, Engle A., Pasadena, Calif. Preparation for treat- 
ing scaly bark. 2,085,210 : June 20. 

Boenecke, Alfred, Berlin, Germany. Fastener. 2,093,027 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Boenig, George C, Philadelphia, Pa. Tie cabinet. 
2,079,593 : May 11. 

Boenning. William M.. Manitowoc. Wis. Folding table 
leg. 2,068,903 : Jan. 26. 

Boerger. Julius W., assignor to AUover Jlanufacturing 
Co., Racine, Wis. Hair clipper. 2.077.034 ; Apr. 13. 

Boerger, Martin G., assignor to Jlodiiie Manufacturing 
Company. Racine, Wis. Radiator. 2.073.778; Mar. 16. 

Boerger, Martin G., assignor to Modine Jlanufncturing 
Companv, Racine, Wis. Soldering machine. 2,101,929 ; 
Dec. 14." 

Boerstler, Edward W., Watertown. Mass. Apparatus for 
producing therapeutic rays. 2,075.096 ; Mar. 30. 



Boese, Albert B., Jr. (See Wilson, A. L., and Boese.) 

Boesger, George A., Fairview Village, Ohio, assignor to 
W. W. Sly Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Abrasion method and apparatus. 2,092,201 ; Sept. 7. 

Boettcher, Friedrich. (See Buschbeck, W., Prost, and 
Boettcher. ) 

Boettner, John F., Watson, Mo. Flying machine. 
2,082,376 : June 1. 

Boettner, Joseph L.. assignor to Universal Form Clamp Co., 
Chicago, 111. Wall tie. 2,075,262 ; Mar. 30. 

Boeye, Paul F., assignor to Waldorf Paper Products 
Companv, St. Paul, Minn. Container. 2,100,773 ; Nov. 
30. 

Bosan, Rugus J., Mount Vernon, 111. Cord and ta.pe 
anchor for Venetian blinds. 2,086,461 ; July 6. 

Bogart, Morgan O., Rye, N. Y. Roof area and pitch 
calculator. 2.086,349 ; July 6. 

Bogaty, Hermann S., assignor to Proctor & Schwartz, 
Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Drying tobacco. 
2,067,115 ; Jan. 5. 

Bogert. John L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Opposed piston internal 
' combustion engine. 2.097,583 : Nov. 2. 

Boggs, Charles R., Waban, assignor to Simplex Wire & 
Cable Company, Boston, Mass. High tension rubber 
insulation. 2,074,826 ; Mar. 23. 

Boggs, Lester C, Hollywood, Fla. Septic tank. 2,086,154 ; 
July 6. 

Boggs Manufacturing Corporation. (See Ghent, William 
E., assignor.) 

Boggs, Wilber S., Las Animas, Colo. Moving picture 
machine. 2,100,535 ; Nov. 30. 

Bogin. Charles, assignor to Commercial Solvents Corpo- 
ration, Terre Haute, Ind. Nonlivering coating com- 
positions. 2,092,300 ; Sept. 7. 

Bogue, William, Chicago, 111. Circuit control device, 
2. 098. 771 : N'ov. 9. 

Bogvad.E rik A., assignor to Holger Ohrt, Copenhagen, 
Denmark. Apparatus for spreading sand or gravel on 
the ground from automobiles. 2,088.285 ; July 27. 

Bohan. Marguerite D., et al. (See Springer, Arthur J., as- 
signor.) 

Bohannan, Robert S., Birmingham, Ala. Differential 
fluid pressure control system. 2,074,718 ; Mar. 23. 

Bobannon, Richard O. (See Hayenga, J. A., and Brooks, 
assignors.) 

Bohannon, William B., Westfield. N. J., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New Y'ork, N. Y. 
Method of and apparatus for manufacturing articles. 
2,068.367 ; J.an. 19. 

Bolii, Jakob, assignor to the firm Chemical Works formerly 
Sandoz, Basel, Switzerland. Manufacture of chromat- 
able azo dyestuffs of the pvrazolone series. 2,073,728 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Bohl, Hermann F. (See Baier, J. F., and Bohl.) 

Bohland. Jerry B. (See Farnsworth. W. J., and Bohland.) 

Bohler. Williolm. Fr;inkfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Cork 
removing device. 2.093.541 : Sept. 21. 

Bohler, Wilhelra, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. Jack 
for motor vehicles. 2,093.542 ; Sept. 21. 

Bohm, Eugen, assignor to Glashutte Brehmenstall. Septi- 
mus Bohn Jr., Ernstthal-on-the-Rennsteig, Germany. 
Dropping bottle. 2. 089. 874 ; Aug. 10. 

Bohm, Huso. Munich, Germanv. Leather and process for 
the manufacture thereof. 2.103,232 ; Dec. 28. 

Bohm, Otto, A. Gothe, and H. O. Roosenstein. assignors 
to Telefunken Gesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie 
m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Antenna. 2,066,874 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Bohmann, Arthur A., and K. G. Scheibel. assignors to 
Wurker, Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung, Dres- 
den. Germany. Multiple head embroidery machine. 
2.091.727 : Aug. 31. 

BfUime Fettoliemie-Gpsellsohaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 
(See Gotfe. E., and Kling. assignors.) 

Bi'hme Fettchemie-Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 
(See Nomiann. W., and PrOckner, assignors.) 

Bohme Fettchemie-Gesellschaft mit beschrankter Haftung. 
(See Priickner, Hermann, assignor.) 

Bohme. H. Th., Aktiengesellschaft. (See Griin, .\dolf, 
assignor.) 

Bi'ihme. Otto. (See Orthner, L., Bohme, Meyer, and 
Becker.) 

Bohmer, Max R., Chemnitz, assignor to Intemationaler 
Maratti Maschinenverkauf .\-G. Berlin, Berlin, Ger- 
many. Circular warp knitting machine. 2,086,933 ; 
July 13. 

Bohn Aluminum and Brass Corporation. (See Eggen- 
weiler. C. W., and Fiegel, assignors.) 

Bohn Aluminum and Brass Corporation. (See Fiegel, 
William J., assignor.) 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See Mahle, Her- 
mann, assignor.) 

Bohn -Vluminum & Brass Corporation. (See Moffatt, 
Chester C. assignor.) 

Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation. (See Nelson, 
.■\dolph L.. assignor.) 

Bohn. Donald I. (See Templin. R. L.. and Bohn.) 

Bolin. George G. (See Neldner, Stephen W., assignor.) 

Bohn, Paul E., Stockton, Calif., assignor of forty percent 
to Vernon C. Smith, Stockton, Calif. Hose coupling. 
2,087.180: July 13. 

Bohn, Walter A., Lakewood, assignor to Master Products 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Direct reading microm- 
eter. 2,095,226 ; Oct. 12. 



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LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bohnet, George J., Lansing, Mich. Honey bee hive 
cover. 2,081,084; May 18. 

Bohr, Marcia. C, San Francisco, Calif. Trousers slacks. 
2,075,928 ; Apr. 6. 

Boicey, James H., assignor to Libbey-0 wens-Ford Glass 
Company. Toledo, Ohio. Undercutting laminated safety 
glass. 2,089,991 ; Aug. 17. 

Boileau, Arthur H., assignor to Cherry-Burrell Corpora- 
tion, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Safety device for ice cream 
freezers and the like. 2,085,291 ; June 29. 

Boisselier. Earl D., Glen Ellvn, 111. Toy typewriter. 
2,096,085 ; Oct. 19. 

Boisselier, Earl D., Glen Ellyn, 111. Paper feeding means 
for toy typewriters. 2,096,080 ; Oct. 19. 

Boisselier, Earl D., Glen Ellyn, assignor to American Flyer 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Cash receptacle. 
2,095,023 ; Oct. 5. 

Boisselier, Earl D., Glen Ellyn, assignor to American Flyer 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Toy electric 
railway. 2,097,961 ; Nov. 2. 

Boisvert, Jean-Baptiste, assignor to The Plessisville Foun- 
dry, Plessisville, Quebec, Canada. Road grader attach- 
ment. 2,090,.324; Aug. 17. 

Boisvert, On&sime, East Providence, R. I. Saw guard. 
2,096,666 ; Oct. 19. 

Boivin, Peter H., Granby, Quebec, Canada. Braided ar- 
ticle. 2,102,829 ; Dec. 21. 

Boker & Company. (See Van Allen, George C, assignor.) 

Boker, Vitus A., Minneapolis, Minn. Punch press mech- 
anism. 2,078,706 ; Apr. 27. 

Boker, Vitus A., Minneapolis, Minn. Laying-out device. 
2,083,490 ; June 8. 

Bokovoy, Samuel A. (See Baldwin, C. F., and Bokovoy.) 

Bokovoy, Samuel A., Audubon, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Constant temperature appa- 
ratus. 2,102,783 ; Dec. 21. 

Bokovoy, Samuel A., Audubon, and P. D. Gerber, Wood- 
lynne, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. 
Mounting for piezo-electric elements. 2,078,229 ; Apr. 
27. 

Bokovoy, Samuel A., Audubon, and P. D. Gerber, Wood- 
lynne, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. 
Piezoelectric apparatus. 2,101,893 : Dec. 14. 

Bol, Cornells. (See Druyvesteyn, M. J., Uyterhoeven, 
Boly and van Dam.) 

Bol, Cornells, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric gaseous discharge de- 
vice. 2,087,748 ; July 20. 

Bol, Cornells, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric conduction device. 
2,103,028 ; Dec. 21. 

Bol, Cornells, W. Elenbaas, and H. J. Lemmens, Eind- 
hoven, Netherlands, assignor to General Electric Com- 
pany. Vapor electric discharge device and operation. 
2,094,694 ; Oct. 5. 

Bol, Cornells and H. J. Lemmens, Eindhoven, Netherlands, 
assignors to General Electric Company. Vapor electric 
discharge device. 2,094,695 ; Oct. 5. 

Boland, Jerome A., Belle Vernon, Pa. Valve. 2,085,893 ; 
July 6. 

Bolas, Harold. (See Crouch, R. J. G., and Bolas.) 

Bold, John W. (See Ryan, W. M.. and Bold.) 

Bold, Ralph E., Landsdowne, Pa., C. R. Brown, Sche- 
nectady, N. Y., and L. S. Hobson, Yeadon, Pa., assignors 
to General Electric Company. Electric circuit inter- 
rupter. 2,009,641 ; Feb. 2. 

Boldt, Werner F., and G. II. Thomas, said Boldt assignor 
to Wagner Electric Corporation, St. Louis, I\Io. and 
said Thomas assignor to V. M. Salerni. London, England. 
Power transmission mechani.sm. 2,070,302 ; Apr. G. 

Bole, (jcorge A., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to Laclede 
Christy Clay Products Company, St. Louis, Mo. Heat 
insulating material. 2,073,138 ; Mar. 9. 

Bolcn, lOinerson A., Morris, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to V. L. Borcliort, Rockford, 111. Confection 
making machine. 2,101.570; Dec. 7. 

Bolen, William. (Sec Williams, J. J., and Bolen.) 

Boles, Jos(;ph W., assignor to Electro-Fibre Corporation, 
(Mevoland, Ohio. Apparatus for treating material. 
2,087,870; July 20. 

Bolcsky. John J)., a.ssignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Metals & Controls Corporation, Attloboro, Mass. 
Alanuf'acturing radially corrugated disks. 2,072,847 ; 
Mai-. 9. 

Bolosky, John D., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Met.'ils and Controls Corporation, Attleboro, Mass. 
Thermostatic electric switch and contact structure 
therefor. 2,080,550 ; May 18. 

Bolhofiicr, I'etcr. (See KniiiU'r, A., and Bolhofner.) 

Bolidens (Jruvaktiebolag. (See Ililger, IJror O., assignor.) 

Bolln, Dayton C. (See Pfau, G. M., Bolln, and Zuhlin.) 

Bolin, LiHimird M. (See r.oliii, Sl.inley G., assignor.) 

Bciliu, St;inlcy (',., assignor of one liaH' to L. M. lioliii 
Cliic.-igo, HI. Device for pii.sUioniiig dental X-rav lilnia 
2,():)0,!):!3 ; Aug. 24. 

Holing, Ii'rank 11., Arcadia, VUi. Supiiorl. 2.070,823; 
Fob. 16. 

Bolk, Willein, assignor to NiUunlDoze Vennootschnp- 
Maatschapii.Vldl lOxplollatle van "t(-n lioscli Oct roolcn 
N. v.", Arnlicm, NcllicrlMnd.M. I'roccs.s and a dcvlci- 
for nianuracluring lii-hiucttefl by CDinpir'ssion. 
2,078,8.12 ; Apr. 27. 



Bolk, Willem, assignor to Naamlooze Vennootschap : 
Maatschappij tot Exploitatie van "ten Bosch Octrooien 
N. v.", Arnhem, Netherlands. Apparatus for impart- 
ing a given density to substances in powder-form and 
for filling up limited spaces with controllable quantities 
of the said substances. 2,093,028 ; Sept. 14. 

Bolk, Willem, assignor to Naamlooze Vennootschap : 
Maatschappij tot Exploitatie van "ten Bosch Octrooien 
N. v.", Arnhem, Netherlands. Pressing mold for the 
manufacture of briquettes from fine-grained materials 
in powder form and the like. 2,093,029 ; Sept. 14. 

Bolle, Leon, assignor to La Nationale Societe Anonyme, 
Geneva, Switzerland. Combustible liquid lighter. 
2,102,108; Dec. 14. 

Bollens, Walter F. (See Newton, R. C, BoUens, and 
Brown.) 

Boiler, Ernest R., Euclid, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Fireproofing. 2,097,509 ; Nov. 2. 

Boiler, Frank J., Mount Vernon, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Belden Manufacturing Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Soft rubber attachment plug cap. 2,067,433 ; 
.Tan. 12. 

Boiler, Henry A., Detroit, Blich. Choke valve. 
2,088,571 ; Aug. 3. 

Bollheimer, Rhinehard. Fort Loramie, Ohio. Damper for 
heating units. 2,067,560 ; Jan. 12. 

BoUmann, Martin, Dessau-in-Anhalt, Germany, assignor 
to Winthrop Chemical Company, Inc., New Y'ork, N. Y. 
Cosmetics. 2.089,533 ; Aug. 10. 

Bollweg, Bernhard. (See Bauer, W., Hover, and Boll- 
weg.) 

Bolongaro, James D., Charlottesville, Va. Calculating ap- 
paratus for use in printing. 2,093,142 ; Sept. 14. 

Bolsoe, Knute, and H. Stone, said Bolsoe assignor to M. 

B. Sawyer, Chicago, 111. Device for processing soap. 
2,092,047: Sept. 7. 

Bolster, William. (See Carter, L. F., and Bolster.) 
Bolton. Archer Le R., North Andover, assignor to John 

W. Bolton & Sons, Inc., Lawrence, Mass. Intercepting 

member for paper stock treating machines. 2,078,218 ; 

Apr. 27. 
Bolton, Elmer K., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

& Company, Wilmington, Del. Phenolic compounds. 

2,069,573 ; Feb. 2. 
Bolton, Elmer K., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 

Del. Pickling inhibitor and process. 2,071,966 ; Feb. 

23. 
Bolton, Elmer K., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

& Company, Wilmington, Del. Sizing fabric. 2,087,237 ; 

July 20. 
Bolton, F. B., Brisbane. Australia. Temporarv binder 

for sheets of paper and the like. 2,074,316; "Mnr. 16. 
Bolton, Harry D., assignor to Tavlor Instrument Com- 
panies, Rochester, N. Y. Thermometer. 2,095,486 ; 

Oct. 12. 
Bolton, John W., & Sons, Inc. (See Bolton, Archer Le R., 

assignor. ) 
Bolton, John W., & Sons. Inc. (See Stuck, H. D., and 

De Nault, assignors.) 
Bolton, John W., Cincinnati, and O. E. Harder, Columbus, 

assignors to The Lunkenheimer Company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. Alloy. 2,074,004 ; Mar. 23. 
Bolton. William J., Pittsburgh, Pa. Refrigerating system. 

2,097.685 ; Nov. 2. 
Boltz, Fred C, et al. (See Ferguson, Paul M., as- 
signor.) 
Bolyard, Charles C, assignor to Paper Supply Companv, 

Los Angeles, Calif. Ornamental structure. 2,103,404; 

Dec. 28. 
Boman, Bernard W. (See Elmore. Charles F., assignor.) 
Domberger, George E. (See Krannert, H. C, and liom- 

berger. ) 
Bomeisler, Alfred E., and F. Baumann, Long Island City, 

N. Y. Bottle stopper. 2,091,350 ; Aug. 31. 
Boinmer, Einil. deceased, G. Bominer, J. F. Voolkel, and 

C. F. Gelirmann, executors, Brooklyn, N. Y. Spring 
binge. 2.072,094 ; I\Iar. 2. 

Bonimor, Emil, deceased, Brooklyn. N. Y., G. Bommer, 
J. F. Voelkel, and C. F. Gehrniann, executors of said 
E. Bopimer. Door check and closer. 2,103,660 ; Dec. 
28. 
nommer, Gustav, ot al., executors. (See Bommer, Emil.) 
I'.ommor, Max. (See Dtzinger, M., and Boinmer.) 
lionami, Ottorino. (See Tamminga, W., and Bonanil.) 
Bonasl, Ernest, IMiiladelpliin, l*a. R<'lnforc(>ment of con- 
crete steps ()!■ cui-bs. 2,n!»5.!)57 : 0<'t. 19. 
Bon;it, Harry, Now York, N. Y. Method and apparatus 

for waving liair. 2.079,983; May 11. 
Itonat, Harry, Now York, N. Y. Method and apparatus 

for permanent waving. 2.0S.'t,822 ; June 15. 
lioiiMl, llarrv, N(-w York, N. Y. Apparatus for ■waving 

li.iir. 2,083,823 ; Juno 15. 
r.on.il, llarrv, Now York, N. Y. Plug and cord rolalnor 

2.0!)0,,S(;0 ;■ Aug. 24. 
Ilonnlh, I\.lau.><, and C. Albrocht, Kronbprg-ln-Tanuus, as- 
signors to Doutsolie Gold und Sillier Sclioidoaiislalt vor- 
mals Uoosslor, FranUforl on tlio-MaIn, d'onnany, Tlior- 
ni.'il troMlnii'iit of llglil melals and light niolal .lUoys. 
2,0(U1, 151 ; .Ian. 5. 
lion.iwll. D.ivid J. (See Whitolaw. A., and Bonnwit.l 
liond, .Albert .1., assignor of forty nine per ci-iit (o L. H. 
Henry, Morcedos, Tex. FLsliIng rod and root. 
2,100,428; Nov. 30. 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Bond, Alexander R., Plainfield, N. J., assignor to W. B. 
Wait, New Yorit, N. Y. Valve cut-off indicator for loco- 
motives. 2,099,100: Nov. 16. 

Bond, Cliauncey D., assignor to Weaver Piano Company, 
Inc., Yorlj, Pa. Upright piano action. 2,096,478 ; Oct. 
19. 

Bond, Donald S., Brooklyn, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New Y'oric, N. Y. Electric 
discharse device. 2,069,814 ; Feb. 9. 

Bond, Edgar R., assignor to Textile Specialty Company, 
(iiponsboro, N. C. Loom reed and mailing same. 
2,097,094; Oct. 26. 

Bond Electric Corporation. (See Reinhardt, Otto K., as- 
signor.) 

Bond Electiic Corporation. (See Stimson, Frank G., as- 
signor.) 

Bond Electric Corporation. (See Younkman, G. W., and 
Darling, assignors.) 

Bond, Elmer F. (See Peterson, H. C, and Bond.) 

Bond, Harlan A., and C. R. Harris, Niagara Falls, N. Y., 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Jlanufacture of hydrocyanic acid. 
2,083,824 : June 15. 

Bond, Joseph E., Middletown, Ohio. Agitator. 2,087,015 ; 
July 13. 

Bond. Raymond W. (See Renfrew, P. B., and Bond.) 

Bond, Samuel C, Holly Oak, Del. Machine for applying 
closures. 2,101,977 ; Dec. 14. 

Bondeson, Carl G., assignor to The Andrew Terry Com- 
pany, Terryville, Conn. Ground fitting. 2,077,613 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Bondeson. Carl G., assignor to The Andrew Terry Com- 
pany, Terryville, Conn. Duplex connecter. 2,084,961 ; 
June 22. 

Bondurant, Carlton W., assignor to The Bishop & Bab- 
cock ]Mf,T. Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Pump for liquid 
cooling svstems of internal combustion engines. 
2,075,498 ; Mar. 30. 

Bondurant, Carlton W., assignor to The Bishop & Bab- 
cock Mfg. Company, Cleveland, Ohio, Apparatus for 
filling liquid receptacles. 2,082,534 ; June 1. 

Bone, Hei-bert L. (See Young, H. S., and Bone.) 

Bone, Herbert L., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway switch operating 
apparatus. 2,082,142 ; June 1. 

Bone, Herbert L., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Track rail 
contactor. 2,083,288 ; June 8. 

Bone, Herbert L., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
braking apparatus. 2,089,823 ; Aug. 10. 

Bone, Herbert L., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway 
switch operating apparatus. 2,092,828 ; Sept. 14. 

Bone, Herbert L., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Speed re- 
sponsive apparatus. 2,103,706; Dec. 28. 

Bone, Hugh M. (See Williams, R. C, and Bone.) 

Bone, Rovella M., Ogden, Utah. Advertising device. 
2,07-1,250 ; Mar. 16. 

Boner, Charles P., Austin. Tex., assignor to Wicks Pipe 
Organ Co., Highland, 111. Electromagnetic device with 
auxiliary conductor. 2,089,332 ; Aug. 10. 

Bonham, Byron D.. Los Angeles, Calif. Plaster mixer. 
2,098,483 ; Nov, 9, 

Bonh.am, Llewellyn, Oxford, Ohio, Switch for signal 
means indicating contemplated turns. 2,090.101 ; Aug. 
17. 

BonhOte, Gi^rald. assignor to Society of Chemical Industry 
in Basle, Basel, Switzerland, Hydroxybenzofluorenones 
and making same. 2,090,438 ; Aug, 17, 

BonhOte, Gerald, and A. Wirz, assignors to .Society of 
Chemical Industry in Basle, Basel, Switzerland. Di- 
nzonium salts. 2,083,311 ; June 8. 

Bonhrtte, Gerald, and A. Wirz, assignors to Society of 
Chemical Industry in Basle, Basel, Switzerland. Di- 
azonium salts. 2,084,934 ; June 22. 

Bonis)!, Leo A., Detroit, Mich. Photograph and film 
washing machine. 2,074,100 ; Mar. 16. 

Bonn, Henry PI., Jr., Milwaukee, Wis. Speed changing 
device. 2.100.936; Nov. 30. 

Bonneau, Paul E., assignor to Societe Anonyme La Re- 
cherche Industrielle Francaise, Paris, France. Elec- 
tromechanical recording of sound and in the photo- 
electric reproduction of the latter from the inscriptions 
obtained. 2,086,934 : Julv 13. 

Bonnell Electric Manufacturing Co. Inc. (See Bonnell, 
W. A., and Schnepf, assignors.) 

BoniieH, William A., Brooklyn, N, Y., and R. J. Schnepf, 
Rutherford, N. J., assignors to Bonnell Electric Manu- 
facturing Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. Housing for circuit 
breakers. 2,087,589 ; July 20. 

Bonner, Daniel B., Philadelphia, Pa. Carpeting. 
2.101,.-?,-0 : Dec, 7. 

Bonner, Elmore J., Memphis, Tenn. Closure for cartons. 
2.093,143 ; Sept. 14. 

Bonner, Willis, Duncan, Okla. Air conditioner. 
2,078.833 ; Apr. 27. 

Bonnett, John, Girard, a., assignor to Louis Marx & Com- 
pany, Inc., New York, N. Y. Toy weapon. 2,092,872 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Bonney-Floyd Company, The. (See Edmunds, Glenn E., 
assignor.) 



Bonney-Floyd Company, The. (See Edmunds, G. E., and 
Purkhiser, assignors.) 

Bonney, Lynn F., Los Angeles, and R. B. Moran, La 
Canada, ' Calif. Orienting device for well tools. 
2,099,794 ; Nov. 23. 

Bonney, Robert D., Glen Ridge, and W. S. Egge, East 
Orange, N. J., assignors to Congoleum-Nairn, Inc. 
Oxidizing oil. 2,072,151 : Mar, 2. 

Bonny, Theodore, Chambesy-Geneva, Switzerland. Fold- 
ing cot for children, 2,077,090 ; Apr. 13. 

Bonoml, Ottoriuo. (See Tamminga, W., Bonomi, and 
Corradini.) 

Bonomi, Ottorino. (See Tamminga, W., Bonomi, Cor- 
radini, and Jones.) 

Bouotto. Michele, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
American Soya Products Corporation, Evansville, Ind. 
Removing solvent from solvent-treated material. 
2,086,180 ; July 6. 

Bonotto, Michele, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
American Soya Products Corporation, Evansville, Ind. 
Apparatus for treatment of soya beans and other mate- 
rial. 2,086,181 ; July 6. 

Bonotto, Michele, assignor to American Soya Products 
Corporation, Evansville, Ind. Treating leguminous ma- 
terials. 2.101,805 ; Dec. 7. 

Bonrath, Wilhelm. (See Schonhofer, F., and Bonrath.) 

Bonsack, Walter. (See Frost, J. G. G., and Bonsack.) 

Bonsack, Walter, Cleveland Heights, and J. G. G. Frost, as- 
signors to The National Smelting Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Aluminum alloy. 2,075,089 ; Mar. 30. 

Bonsack, Walter, Cleveland Heights, and J. G. G. Frost, 
assignors to The National Smelling Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Aluminum alloy. 2,075,090 ; Mar. 30. 

Bonsack, Walter. Cleveland Heights, and J. G. G. Frost, 
assignors to The National Smelling Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio, Aluminum alloy, 2,075,091 ; Mar. 30. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Mur- 
phy Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 
2,092,271 ; Sept. 7. 

Bonsall, Charles D.. Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Hatch construction. 

2.100.120 ; Nov. 23. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Hatch construction. 

2.100.121 ; Nov. 23. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Hatch construction. 
2,100,123; Nov. 23. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Hatch construction. 

2.100.126 ; Nov. 23. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Hatch construction. 

2.100.127 ; Nov. 23. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Hatch construction. 
2,100,130 ; Nov. 23. 

Bonsall. Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 2.101,360 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Bonsall, Charles D., Pittsburgh, assignor to P. H. Murphy 
Company, New Kensington, Pa. Car roof. 2,102,455 ; 
Dec, 14, 

Bonstedt, Kurt. (See Wolfram, A., and Bonstedt.) 

Bonsteiu, Robert J., Scranton, Pa. Insecticides and fungi- 
cides. 2.102,504; Dec. 14. 

Jionte, Frederick R., assignor to The Timken Roller Bear- 
ing Company, Canton, Ohio. Ferrous alloys and manu- 
facture. 2,087.764 ; July 20. 

Bontemps, Joseph, South Ozone Park, assignor to H. 
Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y. Safety hinge. 2,086,529 ; 
July 13. 

Bonthron, William C, Baltimore, Md., assignor to Ameri- 
can Can Company, New York, N. Y. Container. 
2,079,599 : May 11. 

Bonville, Edward J., New London, assignor to Robertson 
Paper Box Co. Inc., Montville, Conn. Box. 2,090,780 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Booe, James M., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Electrode. 2,080.390 ; May 11. 

Booge, Jamos E., Wilmington, I. J. Krclima, Klmhurst, 
and R, M, McKinney, Roselle, Del,, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to E, I, du Pont de Nemours & Company. 
Recovering soluble titanium compounds from titanifer- 
ous ores. 2,098,025 ; Nov. 2. 

Booge. James E.. Wilmington, I. J. Krchma, Elmhurst, 
and R. M. McKinney, Roselle, Del., assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. 
.Attacking water insoluble titaniferous material. 
2.098,026 ; Nov. 2. 

Bookman, Charles F.. Jr., assignor to Raillev Corporation, 
Cleveland. Ohio. Lamp shade. 2.087,749 ; July 20. 

Bookman, Cliarles F., Jr., assignor to Railley Corporation, 
Cleveland. Ohio. Lamp shade. 2.087,750 ; July 20. 

Boomer, John W., Sr., Pontlac, Mich. Jlilk bottle trap. 
2,086.460 ; July 6. 

Boon, Sydney J. L., assignor to Boon's Patents Limited, 
Boscombe, England. Vending machine. 2,093,410 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Boone, Pearley. B., San Francisco, Calif. Switch plug 
connecter. 2.098,225 : Nov. 9. 

Boon's Patents Limited. (See Boon, Sydney, J. L., as- 
signor.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Boor, Arthur. (See Becker, P. P., Nickelsen, and Boor.) 

Boor, Arthur, Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Monroe Auto 
Equipment Company, Monroe, Mich. Sway bar con- 
struction. 2,078,367 ; Apr. 27. 

Boosey, Edward W. N., Detroit, Mich. Floor drain. 
2,071,] GO; Feb. 16. 

Boosey, Edward W. N., Detroit, Mich. Grease intercepter. 
2,081,21.5 ; May 25. 

Boosey, Edward ^V. N., Detroit, Mich. Nonsiphoning 
trap for drainage systems. 2,088,993 ; Aug. 3. 

Boosey, I^)dward W. N., Detroit, Mich. Floor drain. 
2,095,024 ; Oct. 5. 

Boosey, Edward W. N., Detroit, Mich. Floor drain. 
2,101,978; Dec. 14. 

Boosey, Edward W. N., Detroit, Mich. Grease trap. 
2,103,316 ; Dec. 28. 

Boot Mills. (See Burke, F. H., and Moberg, assignors.) 

Bootes, Frank A., assignor of one-half to H. F. Heald, 
Dayton, Ohio. Lawn mower. 2,094,345 ; Sept. 28. 

Booth, Adelaide B. et al. (See Wilson, Elihu C, assignor.) 

Booth, Charles F., and J. E. Malowan, Anniston, Ala., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Monsanto Chemi- 
cal Company. Treatment of phosphoric acid. 
2,081,351 ; May 25. 

Booth, Clement, Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to Cincinnati 
Grinders, Incorporated. Grinding machine. 2,083,115 ; 
June 8. 

Booth, David N., New York, N. Y. Tooth brush. 
2,090,663 ; Aug. 24. 

Bootli, Earl C, assignor to Noblitt-Sparks Industries, Inc., 
Columbus, Ind. Tuning device for radio sets. 
2,067,871; .Tan. 12. 

Booth, Harold S., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsbuiah, Pa. Halogenated methyl ethers. 

2.066,905 : Jan. 5. 

Booth, Harry. (See Lloyd, A. H., and Booth.) 

Booth, Harry T., Glencoe, 111., assignor to Lubrication 
Control Corporation, Chicago, 111. Viscosity-responsive 
device. 2,068,973 ; Jan. 26. 

Booth, Henry, Yonkers, N. Y. Visible Inventory and sales 
recording device. Re. 20,366 ; May 18. 

Booth, James, Virginia City, Mont. Drill. 2,095,852 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Booth, Lionel E., Salt Lake City, Utah, assignor to The 
Galigher Company. Aerating machine. 2,085,947 ; 
July 6. 

Booth, Ralph D., Brookline, J. R. Coffin, Newton High- 
lands, and A. J. Tigges, Boston, Mass., assignors of 
one-half to Jackson & Moreland, a partnership, and 
one-half to Standard Oil Development Company. Tur- 
bine structure. 2,084,474 ; June 22. 

Booth, Roland. (See Hargieaves. C, and Booth.) 

Booth, Roland T., assignor to McDonald Products Cor- 
poration, Buffalo, N. Y. Smoker's accessory. 2,102,565 ; 
Dec. 14. 

Boothby, Albion M., Newton, and M. E. Gazette, Boston, 
Mass., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Lily-Tulip 
Cup Corporation, New York, N. Y. Collapsible paper 
can. Re. 20,235 ; Jan. 12. 

Boothby, Donald. (See Bendix, V., Boothby, and 
Smalley.) 

Boothby Fibre Can Company. (See Gazette, Marshall E., 
assignor.) 

Boothe, Eugene F., assignor to James R. Kearney Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Fuse link. 2.089,172 ; Aug. 
10. 

Boothe, Eugene F., assignor to James R.. Kearney Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Fuse link. 2,093,509 ; Sept. 
21. 

Boothe, Eugene F., assignor to J. R. Kenrnev Corpora- 
tion, St. Louis, Mo. Fuse link. 2,102,882 ; Dec. 21. 

Boothroyd, Hubert. (See Clarke, T. B., and Boothroyd.) 

Boon Mil!."!. (See Gionet, Arthur W.. assignor.) 

Borba, Antone S., and G. T. Edwards, said Edwards as- 
signor to H. J. Bias, Santa Cruz, Calif. Hear view mir- 
ror structure. 2,085,000 ; June 29. 

Borchardt, Philipp, and H. Ranke, Solln. near Munich, 
Germany, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Union 
Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Controlling the op- 
eration of heat exchange devices. 2,084,987 ; June 29. 

Borchers, Henry C, Chicago Heights, 111. I?ath mitt 
handle. 2,068,102; ,Tan. 19. 

Borcliers, William G., assignor to Autographic Register 
Company, Iloboken, N. J. Manifolding device. 
2,080,803 ; May 18. 

Borchers, William G., assignor to Autographic Register 
Company, Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding device. 
2,082,729 ; June 1. 

Borchert, Fred L. (See Anderson, Swan F., assignor.) 

Borchcrt, Fred L. (See Bolon. Emerson A., assignor.) 

Borchert, Fred L. (See Borchert, William, and F. L.) 

Borchert, William, assignor to Tlio Tagit (Company, Koch- 
ford, 111. Tag package. 2,098,611 ; Nov. 9. 

Borchert, William, and F. L. Borchert, assignors to The 
Taglt Company, Roekford, 111. Tag package. 
2,085,783 ; July 6. 

Borck, John A., Nulloy, assignor to Eastwood-Ncalloy 
Corporation, Bellvllle, N. J. Resurfacing machine for 
paper making machine suction boxes. 2,088,402 ; July 

Borda, William F. (See GrlsoUa, Lucy, assignor.) 
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Borde, Raoul, Paris, France, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Fluid 
pressure brake. 2,088,185 ; July 27. 

Bordeaux, Claude G. (See White. F. S., and Bordeaux.) 

Bordeaux, Claude G., Albany, N. Y. Heating system. 
2,084,571 : June 22. 

Bordeaux, Claude G., Albany, N. Y. Heating system. 
2,087,613 ; July 20. 

Borden, Arthur G., Washington, D. C. Medicament holder 
for nasal inhalers. 2,084,299 ; June 15. 

Rorden, Arthur G., Washington, D. C. Hair waving appa- 
ratus. 2,089,727 ; Aug. 10. 

Borden, Arthur G., assignor to Borden Industries, Inc., 
Washington, D. C. Hair waving apparatus. 2,092,692 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Borden Company, The. (See McClatchie, John M., as- 
signor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Nair, John H., assignor.) 

Borden Company, The. (See Nair, J. H., and Mook, as- 
signors.) 

Borden Industries, Inc. (See Borden, Arthur G., as- 
signor.) 

Borden, Moro M., assignor to Simplex Valve and Meter 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Multiple totalizing regis- 
ter. 2.076,442 : Apr. 6. 

Borden, Perry A., assignor to The Bristol Company, 
Waterbury, Conn. Telemetering system. 2,100,467 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Border, Lawson E. (See Von Fuchs, G. H., and Border.) 

Bordonaro, Benedict C. (See Johnson, L. E., and 
Bordonaro.) 

Borell, Raleigh A., Berkeley, Calif. Carburetor screen, 
2,078,558 ; Apr. 27. 

Borenstein, Walter, Brooklyn, and F, Basteni, New York, 
N. Y. ; said Basteni assignor to said Borenstein. 
Clutch device. 2.090,934 ; Aug. 24. 

Borer, William J., Tekamah. Nebr. Internal combustion 
engine. 2,091,091 ; Aug. 24. 

Borg- Warner Corporation. (See Anderson, Milton, as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Brock, Denis T., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Carlson. Raymond A., 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Emerson, John R., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Fawick, Thomas L,, as- 
si.gnor. ) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Firth, David, assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Fishburn, O. E., and 
Orr, assignors.) 

Dorg- Warner Cororation. (See Gamble, David E,, as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Wavner Corporation. (See Herz, Ferdinand B,, as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Ingersoll, Stephen L., 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation, (See Keilholtz, Lester S., as- 
.signor. ) 

Eorg-Warnf^r Corporation. (See Keilholtz, L. S., and 
Volhfrding, assignors,) 

Borg-AVarner Corporation. (See Kilpela, Ano E., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Kirby, Charles H., ea- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Lyman, Kenneth E., as- 
signor, ) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Lyman, K. E., and Gar- 
coau, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See May, Edward M,, as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Murray, Howard J., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Nutt, Harold, assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Nutt, H., and Reed, as- 
signors,) 

noig-Wariirr Corporation. (See Oldberg, Oscar, as- 
signor,! 

Borg-Wiii-nor Corporation. (See Osborne, William B., 
assignor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Rauen, Carl F., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warnor Corporation. (See Ranen, Carl F., and J. T., 
and Condon, assignors.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Reed, Harold V., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Rehnberg, Axel F., as- 
signor.) 

Borg-Warner Corporation. (See Swennos, Benjamin A., 
assignor.) 

Horg-Warnor Corporation. (See Swonncs, B. A., and 
Miller, assignors.) 

Borg-Warnor Corporation. (See Wliltc, S. C, and Fish- 
burn, assignors.) 

Borgord, William F., Riverside, 111,, assignor to Inter- 
n.Mflonal Harvester Company. Oil separator for com- 
pressors. 2,074 323 : Mar. 23. 

ISorgerd, William F., Riverside, and F. Ij. IMcCuno and 
C. A. llherek, Chicago, 111., assignors to Tnteri\atlonal 
Harvcslor Company. Milk refrigerating cablnot. 
2.077,871 : Apr. 20. 

norgcsoii. Sidney E., Rome, a.sslgnor to (ienernl Cable 
Corpor.allon, N<'w York, N. Y. M(>t1iod and apparatus 
for slu'Mtliiiig cores. 2.078,228; Apr. 27. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



BorRlin, Joseph N. (See Humphrey, I. W., and Borglin.) 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Refining rosin. 2,069,992 ; Feb. 9. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Noncrystallizing rosin compo- 
sition and method of producing. 2,081,889 ; May 25. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Refining rosin. 2,081,890 ; 
May 25. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Refining of rosin esters. 
2.10.3,445 ; Dec. 28. 

Borglin, Joseph N., Wilmington, and E. Ott, Elsmere, 
assignors to Hercules Powder Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Sulphur-containing terpenes and producing. 
2,076,875 ; Apr. 13. 

Borgwardt, Erich. (See Schoeller, W., and Borgwardt.) 

Borias, Paul. (See Chireix, H. and Borins.) 

Boriski, Martin J., assignor to Miller Brothers, Houston, 
Tex. Fabric slitting machine. 2,087,728 ; July 20. 

Boric, George H., Holyoke, assignor to Harvey-Whipple, 
Inc., Springfield, Mass. Fuel delivering device. 
2,068,593 ; Jan. 19. 

Borkland, Ernest W., Jr., et al. (See Brown, William J., 
assisnor.) 

Borland, Carl A. (See Froth, H. P., and Borland.) 

Borloz, Leopold C. (See Schultz, R. H., Siebert, and 
Borloz.) 

Bormann, Elisabeth, Berlin-Charlottenbnrg, assignor to 
Siemens-Schuckertwerke Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin-Sie- 
mensstadt, Germany. High tension rubber insulated 
cable. 2,096,840 ; Oct. 26. 

Borne Scrymser Company. (See Siever, Hughes L., as- 
signor.) 

Borner, Christian, Bomlitz near Walsrode, Germany, as- 
signor to Sylvania Industrial Corporation, Fredericks- 
burg, Va. Process and apparatus for drying tubing. 
2.070,252 : Feb. 9. 

Bornfieith, Edward A., et al. (See Hester, John C, 
assignor.) 

Bornfriend, Louis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Self-winding time- 
piece. 2,098.737 ; Nov. 9. 

Bornkossel, Bruno, deceased, by M. Kornkessel, ad- 
ministratrix, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, E. Breitling, W. 
Brauer, and K. A. Lehmann, Essen, Germany, assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to The National Cash Register 
Co., Dayton, Ohio. Bookkeeping machine. 2,070,419 ; 
Feb. 9. 

tJornkessel, Martha, executrix. (See Bornkessel, B., 
Breitling, Brauer, and Lehmann.) 

Borough, W. L., et al. (See Lorraine, David G., assignor.) 

Borovicka, John, Hubbard Woods, 111. Lawn rake. 
2,087,499 ; July 20. 

Borroughs, Joseph N. (See Trewhitt. J. E., and Old, 
assignors.) 

Borrowman, George, Evanston, 111. Water purifying ma- 
terial and preparing and using the same. 2,090,467 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Borrowman, James. (See McElhany, R. D., and Borrow- 
man.) 

Borton, Alwyn E., South Orange, assignor to Associated 
Patentees, Inc., Ampere, N. J. Reel. 2,097,142 ; Oct. 
20. 

Borvisk Syndicate Ltd. (See Borzykowski, Benno, as- 
signor.) 

Borzykowski, Benno, Paris, France. as.«iignor to Borvisk 
Syndicate Ltd., London, England. Direct production 
of artificial silk in wound form suitable for the textile 
industry. 2,101,361 ; Dec. 7. 

Bosch, Charles H. (See Montgomery, L. J., and Bosch.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Callsen, Albert, 
assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Dobler, E., and 
Holin, assignors.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Heinrich, II., and 
Volt, assignors.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Heinrich, H., 
Hurst, and Voit, assignors.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Holm, Ludwig, 
assignor.) 

Bosch. Robert. Aktiengesellschaft. (See Hurst, M., and 
Book, assignors.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Klein, Hermann, 
assignor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Koch, Fritz, as- 
signor.) 

Bosch, Robert, Aktiengesellschaft. (See Schweizer, Alfred, 
assignor.) 

Bose, Theodore W., Santa Ana, Calif. Orchard heating' 
system. 2,102,989 ; Dec. 21. 

Bosl;et. Shelbv D.. (Tleevland, Ohio. Bumper attachment. 
2.09:;,951 ; Sept. 21. 

Boslaiul. Ileniian S., Paterson, N. J., assignor to Stein, 
Hall & Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Weighting 
textile materials. 2,083,982 ; June 15. 

Boss, John W., assignor to Chromium Products Corpora- 
tion, Livingston, Mont. Electrolytic process and ap- 
paratus for the production of chromic acid and caustic 
alkali. 2,081,787 : May 25. 

Boss. Tyre G., Alton Park, Tenn. Display and storage 
refrigerator. 2,082,377 ; June 1. 

Bossart. Paul N. (See Place, W. P.. and Bossart.) 

Bossart, Paul N. (See Whitclo<:k, L. D., and Bossart.) 



Bossart, Paul N., Cheswick, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Electric signaling 
system. 2,082,143; June 1. 

Bossart, Paul N., Cheswick, assignor to The Union Switch 

& Signal Company. Swissvale, Pa. Apparatus for rail- 

. way train communication systems. 2,089,824 : Aug. 10. 

Bosserman, Walter H., Winchester, Va. Rug display 
rack. 2,081,216 ; May 25. 

Bossert, Christian, Pforzheim, Germany. Slide pencil. 
2,099,999 ; Nov. 23. 

Bossert Company, The. (See Holland, Taylor G., as- 
signor.) 

BosBler, Robert B. (See Brundred, W. J., Crowley, and 
Bossier.) 

Bost, David E., Galesburg, 111. Dental instrument. 
2,086,462 : July 6. 

Bostock, Raymond N. (See Rue, H. E., and Bostock.) 

Boston, Charles W., Kenmore, N. Y. Display cabinet. 
2,088,149 ; July 27. 

Boston, Charles W., Kenmore, N. Y. Display cover struc- 
ture. 2,099,046 ; Nov. 16. 

Boston Envelope Company. (See Sebell, Harry, assignor.) 

Boston Royal Petticoat Company, The. (See Fine, David 
L., assignor.) 

Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Allen, Howard G., 

assignor.) 
Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Allen, H. G., and 

Bickford, assignors.) 
Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Cavanagh, John F., 

assignor.) 
Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Davis, E. W., and 

Maynard, assignors.) 
Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See McClure, Harry 

T., assignor.) 
Boston Wire Stitcher Company. (See Shanks, C. E., and 

Smitli, assignors.) 
Boslcn \Aoven Hose & Rubber Company. (See Bierer, 

John M., assignor.) 
Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Corporation. (See Duritza. 

Stephen J., assignor.) 
Boston Woven Hose & Rubber Company. (See Knowland, 

Thomas M., assignor.) 
Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Company. (See McKay, 

Hunter, assignor.) 
Bostonia Products Co. (See Smith, Herbert W., assignor.) 
Bostwick, Henry C, Coventry Township, assignor to The 

Akron Standard Mold Company, Akron, Ohio. Col- 
lapsible form. 2,073,729 ; Mar. 16. 
Bostwick, Henry C, Coventry Township, Summit County, 

assignor to The Akron Standard Mold Company, Akron, 

Ohio. Tire building form. 2,083,289 : June 8. 
Bostwick, Lee G., Chatham, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Sound translating device. 2,085,073 ; June 29. 
Bostwick. Myron A., North Arlington, N. J., assignor to 

Westinghouse Electric & INIanufacturing Company, 

East Pittsburgh, Pa. Automatic network protector. 

2,094,346: Sept. 28. 
Bostwick Steel Lath Company, The. (See Hurlbert, 

William G., Jr., assignor.) 
Boswau, Hans P., assignor to The North Electric Manu- 
facturing Company, Gallon, Ohio. Supervisory control 

s.vstem. 2,091,301 ; Aug. 31. 
Boswau, Hans P., Lorain, Ohio, and R. M. Hicks, Plain- 
field, N. J., said Boswau assignor to The North Electric 

Manufacturing Company, Gallon, Ohio, and said Hicks 

assignor to The Teleregister Corporation, New York, 

N. Y. Quotation system. 2,088,942 ; Aug. 3. 
Bosworth, Thomas E., Cranston, .assignor to Universal 

Optical Corporation, Providence. R. I. Ophthalmic 

mounting "oxford". 2,071.058: Feb. 16. 
Bott, Francis J., Seattle, Wash. Viner. 2,084,935: 

June 22. 
Botta, Alboino. (See Romano, A., and Botta.) 
Bolting, Percy B.. Sr., Troup, Tex. Center punch. 

2,081,217 ; May 25. 
Bottle, Edward K., Elmira, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to American Sales Book Companv, Inc. 

Manifolding device. 2,070,707 ; Feb. 16. 
BBttler, Theodor. (See Schrauth, W., and BOttler.) 
Botnen, Karl O., Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. Internal 

expansion brake. 2,093,996 : Sept. 28. 
Bottomley, Samuel. (See Owens, H., and Bottomley.) 
Bottoms, Robert R., assignor to The Girdler Corporation, 

Lousville, Ky. Purifying aminated compounds. 

2,085,784 ; July 6. 
Bottoms, Robert R., assignor to The Girdler Corporation, 

Louisville, Ky. Production of alkylamines. 2,083,785 ; 

July 6. 
Bottoms, Robert R., Birmingham, Ala., assignor to The 

Girdler Corporation. Louisville, Ky. Separating lower 

alkylamines. 2,085,786 ; July 6. 
Bottoms, Robert R.. Birmingham, Ala., assignor to The 

Girdler Corporation, Louisville, ivy. Separating lower 

alklamines. 2,085.787 ; July G. 
Botts, John M., Jenkintown, Pa. Stocking. 2,088,943 ; 

Aug. 3. 
Bottum, Edward W.. Detroit, Mich. Refrigerator cabinet. 

2,081,788; May 25. 
Bouchard, Samuel E., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optica) 

Company, Rochester, N. Y. Ophthalmic mounting. 

2,080,847 ; May 18. 



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Bouchard, Samuel E., assignor to Bausch & Lomb Optical 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Ophthalic mounting. 
2,083,772 ; June 15. 

Boucher, Marcel, Eltingville, N. Y. Brooch assemblage. 
2,072,080 ; Mar. 2. 

Bouget, Yves A., West Orange, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Gauging device. 2,080,456 ; May 18. 

Boughton, Earl. (See Miller, W. C, and Boughton.) 

Boughton, Roger C, San Gabriel, Calif. Pipe joint and 
sealing the same. 2,076,876 ; Apr. 13. 

Boughton, Roger C, San Francisco, Calif. Pipe joint. 
2,101,894; Dec. 14. 

Boughton, Willis A., Cambridge, and W. R. Mansfield, 
Boston, assignors to New England Mica Co., Waltham, 
Mass. Resinous and wax-like reaction products from 
polyhydric alcohols and boric acid compounds. 
2,084,261 ; June 15. 

Boughton, Willis A., Cambridge, and W. R. Mansfield, 
Boston, assignors to New England Mica Co., Waltham, 
Mass. Products bonded with the resinous reaction prod- 
ucts from polyhydric alcohols and boric acid compounds. 
2,084,262 ; June 15. 

Boughton, Willis A., Cambridge, and W. R. Mansfield, 
Boston, assignors to New England Mica Co., Waltham, 
Mass. Products bonded with the resinous reaction prod- 
ucts from polyhydric alcohols and phosphoric acid com- 
pounds. 2,084,263 ; June 15. 

Bouhuys, Aleidus G., assignor to American Enka Cor- 
poration, Enka, N. C. Apparatus for testing yarns, 
threads, filaments and the like. 2,092,439 ; Sept. 7. 

Bouligny, R. H., Inc. (See Lewis, J. F., and Moseley, 
assignors.) 

Boulogne, Edgar, Lambersart, assignor to Societe Indus- 
trielle des Derives du Soufre, Nord, France and himself. 
Preparation of stable colloidal sulphur. 2,094,939 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Boulton, Berthoud C. (See Klemm, H. G., and Boulton.) 

Boulton, Harold S., Chicago, 111. Machine for troweling. 
2,101,895 ; Dec. 14. 

Boulton Paul Aircraft Limited. (See Townend, Hubert 
C. H., assignor.) 

Bouma, Wikke, assignor to J. Van Nuland, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Umbrella. 2,076,525 ; Apr. 13. 

Bouman, Johannes A. J. (See Tellegen, B. D. H., Bou- 
man, and Rinia.) 

Boumeester, Huibert G., assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloei- 
lampenfabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. Electric dis- 
charge tube. 2,075,165 ; Mar. 30. 

Bound, Harry H., Lakewood, assignor to The Cleveland 
Welding Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Method of and 
apparatus for striping wheels. 2,078,366 ; Apr. 27. 

Bounds, Overton M., Oklahoma City, Okla. Brake for 
airplanes. 2,074,360 ; Mar. 23. 

Boundy, Ray H., and W. E. Roush, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Making olefine 
bromides. 2,088,159 ; July 27. 

Bour, John W., Los Angeles, Calif. Garment. 2,074,012 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Bourdic, Jack P., St. Clair Shores, assignor of one-half 
to L. E. Zink, Detroit, Mich. Spring holder and 
support. 2,095,689 ; Oct. 12. 

Bourdon, Pierre M., Paris, assignor to Mlchelin et Cie, 
Clermont - Forrand, France. Vehicle suspension. 
2,069,911 : Feb. 9. 

Bourdon, Russell G. (See Hunter, D. E., and Bourdon.) 

Bourdon, Russell G., assignor of one-third to L. H. Rietdyk, 
and one-third to R. H. McGowan, Muskegon, Mich. 
Signal and brake testing device for motor cars and the 
like. 2,082,535 ; June 1. 

Bourdon, Russell G., assignor to The Shaw-Wall^er Com- 
pany, Muskegon, Mich. Guide card with index-insert 
pocket. 2,0S9,333 ; Aug. 10. 

Bourland, Eddie M., Puyallup, Wash., assignor to Fibre- 
board Products Inc., San Francisco, Calif. Container. 
2,085,292 ; June 29. 

Bourne, Clilford A., Portland, Oreg. Typist's device. 
2,089,595 ; Aug. 10. 

Bourne, Roland P.., a.ssignor to The Blaxim Silencer Com- 
pany, Hartford, Conn. Sound attenuating device. 
2,07.5,263 ; Mar. 30. 

Bourne, Roland B., assignor to The Maxim Silencer Com- 
pany, Harlford, Conn. Sound attenuating device. 
2,07.5,265 ; Mar. 30. 

Bourne, Roland B., assignor to The Maxim Silencer Com- 
pany, Hartford, Conn. Sound attenuating device. 
2,100,655 ; Nov. 30. 

Bourne, Roland I'.., iuid 11. II. Maxim, assignors to The 
Maxim Silencer 0)mpany, Hartford, Conn. Spark ar- 
rester and silencer. 2,075,264 ; Mar. 30. 

Bourne, Stanley E. (See Collins, R. D., Reld, and 
Hournc. ) 

Bour<|uln, Edgar, Framlngham, Mass., assignor to AVnrren 
Telechron Company. Advertising clock. 2,082,612 ; 
June 1. 

BouHlicld, Alfred, assignor to 10. and T. Fairbanks and 
Company, St. Joliiisbury, Vt. Sasli for dial scales. 
2,083,825 ; June 15. 

BouHiiiun, Henry W., Scotia, N. Y., nsslgnor to Goneriil 
lOlcclrlc ('onipany. Protecllve .•irriiiigement for olcclrl- 
ciil InslriiiiienlH. 2,079, '1.S5 ; May 4. 

Bousquet, lOuclld W. (See Amend, "W. J., and Bousquet.) 

Bousquet, lOuclid W. (See Sul/.berg, P. L., and l!ouH<iue(.) 



Bousquet, Euclid W., Wilmington, and W. A. Lazier, Mar- 
shallton, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Hydrogenating substituted 
aromatic alcohols. 2,078,230 ; Apr. 27. 

Bousquet, Euclid W., Wilmington, and W. A. Lazier, New 
Castle County, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparing hydroaro- 
matic lactones. 2,088,633 ; Aug. 3. 

Bousquet, L'Roche G., Baltimore, Md., H. W. Richter, 
Rahway, N. J., and B. W. Allan, assignors to American 
Zirconium Corporation, St. Helena, Baltimore, Md. 
Production of titanium dioxide. 2,089,180 ; Aug. 10. 

Boussel, Lucien A., Courbevoie, assignor to Societe 
Anonyme des Anciens Etablissements Hotchkiss & Cie., 
Levallois-Perret, Seine, France. Pneumatic recocking 
device for macliine guns. 2,071,020 : Feb. 16. 

Boussel, Lucien A., Courbevoie, assignor to Societe 
Anonyme des Anciens Etablissements Hotchkiss & Cie, 
Seine, France. Remote control for machine guns. 
2,097,962 : Nov. 2. 

Boutet, Rene E., Paris, France. Electric calculating ma- 
chine. 2,070,824 ; Feb. 16. 

Bouthillier, Emile, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Garage 
door. 2,069,665 ; Feb. 2. 

Bouton, Edgar M., assignor to Westinghouse Electric Ele- 
vator Company, Chicago, 111. Moving stairway. 
2,088,460 ; July 27. 

Bouton, Edgar M., Park Ridge, and W. F. Eames^ Edge- 
wood, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric Ele- 
vator Company, Chicago, 111. Signal and control sys- 
tem for elevators. 2.066,906 ; Jan. 5. 

Bouton, Edgar M., and H. W. AVilliams, assignors to West- 
inghouse Electric Elevator Company, Chicago, 111. Sig- 
nal and control system for elevators. 2,066,907 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Bouton, Edgar M., and H. W. Williams, assignors to West- 
inghouse Electric Elevator Companv, Chicago, 111. Ele- 
vator system. 2,066,908; Jan. 5. 

Bouton, Edgar M., Chicago, 111., and W. F. Fames, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric Ele- 
vator Company, Chicago, 111. Elevator system. 
2,066,909 ; Jan. 5. 

Bouton, Edgar M., Chicago, 111., and G. C. Saltzman, 
Edgewood, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Electric Ele- 
vator Company, Chicago, 111. Moving stairway. 
2,071,813; Feb. 23. 

Bouton, Edgar M., and H. W. Williams, assignors to West- 
inghouse Electric Elevator Company, Chicago, 111. Ele- 
vator control system. 2,081,980 ; June 1. 

Boutte, Aline M., New Iberia, La. Built-in ventilator. 
2,087,833 ; July 20. 

Boutwell, Clarence E., Birmingham, Ala. Making level 
faced matrices. 2,103,764 ; Dec. 28. 

Bouveng, Nils, Elgo, Sweden, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Eastman Kodak Companv, Jersey City, 
N. J. Film magazine. Re. 20,595 ; Dec. 21. 

Bouvier, George A., Chicago, and H. W. Larson. Downers 
Grove, 111., assignors to Western Electric Company, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Securing device. 
2,008,368 ; Jan. 19. 

Bouvier, Paul, and R. Villen, Paris, France, assignors to 
Compagnie Generale de Telegraphie Sans Fil. Antenna 
arrangement. 2,082,820 ; June 8. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor, by mesne assignments, to N. V. 
Philips' Gloeilampenfabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. 
High voltage discharge tube. 2,075,697 ; Mar. 30. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor, by mesne assignments, to N. V. 
Philips' Gloeilampenfabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. 
X-ray tube having a rotary anode. 2,081,789 ; May 25. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor to N. V. Philips Gloeilampen- 
fabrisken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. X-ray tube. 
2,090,722 ; Aug. 24. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloeilampen- 
fabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. X-ray installation 
comprising a movable anode X-ray tube. 2,092,618 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloeilampen- 
fabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. X-Ray tube. 
2,094,.395 ; Sept. 2S. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor to N. V. Philips' Gloeilampen- 
fabrieken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. Device for charg- 
ing condensers. 2,102,883 ; Dec. 21. 

Bouwers, Albert, and J. II. van der Tuuk. assignors to 
N. V. Philips' Gloellampenrabrieken, I'^lndhoven, Nether- 
lands. Electric discharge tube. 2,093,002 ; Sept. 14. 

Bov, Raphael F. (See Schrader, II. J., and l?ov.) 

Bovatrd and Company. (See Gibson, Jesse O., as- 
signor.) 

liovard, I'^loyd G., Altrou, Oliio, assignor lo The Oltlo Brass 
Comp.uiy," Manslield, Ohio. Process and .ipiK'n-aliis lor 
manuracturliig insulalors. 2,()liS,9ll; .Ian. 2ii. 

IJovny, Norman 10., Naugatuck, Conn,, assignor lo llnlted 
States Kulihcr Producl.'^, Inc., New York, N. Y. Kub- 
hrv .soled I'oolwear. 2,0'.)S,irj; Nov. 9. 

Hovello, .Vngi'lo B. (See Harris, JelT(>rson D,, assignor.) 
liowdcM, lOilward, Konclon. .Mnd 1). (VDuirv, Miildlesex. 
assignors In 'I'he lOnlleld Cable Works, I.lnilled, Lon- 
don, IOiigl:ind. I'roleclive coaling and sheathing for 
ciihle.^i, pipes, and the like. 2,09.3,-in ; Sept. 21. 

Bowdrn (lOngineeis) LiinltiHl. (See Tondour, Rene, ns- 

signoi-, ) 
Howdcn, Frederick S., and It. 11. Bowden. Kansas City, 
Knns., assigiiois lo White Springs DlsllUerv. Inc. 
riudiii'lng dislillcd alcdholle spirits. 2,097.5-l,^ ; "Nov. '_'. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Bowden, James J., Warren, Ohio. Heat-treating metal. 
2,085,948 ; July 6. 

Bowden, Richard B. (See Bowden, Frederick S. and 
R. B.) 

Bowden, Robert, Robstown, assignor to V. W. Payton, 
Bell County, Tex. Apparatus for spraying a center 
stripe on highways. 2,076,172 ; Apr. G. 

Bowden, William H., assignor to The Maytag Company, 
Newton, Iowa. Clutch mechanism. 2,092,104 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Bowdil Company, The. (See Bowman, Charles L., as- 
signor. ) 

Bowe, Charles F., assignor of twenty-two and one-half 
per cent to E. G. Baird, Canton, and twenty-two and 
one-half per cent to C. W. Traynor, Massillon, Ohio. 
Ash remover. 2,100,937; Nov. 30. 

Bowen, Albert H., and T. W. Dike, assignors to I. F. 
Laucks, Inc., Seattle, Wash. Potentially reactive syn- 
thetic resin film. 2,068,479 ; Jan. 19. 

Bowen. Albert H., and T. W. Dike, assignors to I. F. 
Laucks, Inc., Seattle. Wash. Reaction product of cel- 
lulosic material. 2,098,082 ; Nov. 2. 

Bowen, Albert H., and T. W. Dike, assignors to I. F. 
Laucks, Inc., Seattle, Wash. Synthetic resin adhesive. 
2,098,083 ; Nov. 2. 

Bowen, Alice S., assignor to S. & G. Gump Company, 
Honolulu, Hawaii. Liquid container. 2,093,905 : Sept. 
21. 

Bowen, Arnold E., Red Bank, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Shielding system. 
2.075,927; Apr. 6. 

Boweu, Arnold E., Red Bank, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Electrical meas- 
uring system. 2,093,512 ; Sept. 21. 

Bowen, Arnold E., Red Bank, N. J., assignor to American 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Earth resistivity 
measurement. 2,094,116 ; Sept. 28. 

Bowen, Charles R., and J. M. Southwell, Los Angeles, 
Calif., assignors of fifteen percent to H. Scheiner, New 
York, N. Y. Radio tune-in control device. 2,070,779 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Bowen, E.Trl M. (See Oberhoffken, A., and Bowen.) 

Bowen, Ceorge W., Houston, Tex. Line wiper. 
2,097,016 ; Oct. 26. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Jlich. Compensating master cylinder. 
2,071,0.59 ; Feb. 16. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Equalized hvdraulic brake. 

2.074.361 ; Mar. 23. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Fluid pressure actuated motor. 

2.074.362 ; Mar. 23. 

Bowen, Herbert C. assignor to Hvdraulic Brake Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Brake. 2,084,184 ; June 15. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Fluid compression device. 
2,093,543 : Sept. 21. 

Bowen, Herbert C, assignor to Hydraulic Brake Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Ironing machine. 2,103,141 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Bowen, Joel, assignor to Blodel Specialty Sales Company, 
Miami, Fla. Flush valve silencer. 2,066,554 ; Jan. 5. 

Bowen, Joseph M., West Quincy, assignor to Gillette Safety 
Razor Company. Boston, Mass. Shaving implement. 
2,075,698 ; Mar. 30. 

Bowen, Kenneth H. (See Metcalf, H. G., and Bowen.) 

Bowen, Kenneth H., assignor to Columbian Rope Com- 
pany, Auburn, N. Y. Polishing wheel. 2,085,142 ; 
June 29. 

Boweu, Lester W., Larchmont, assignor to Trans-Lux Day- 
light Picture Screen Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Projection system. 2,066,436 ; Jan. 5. 

Bowen, Max E., Grand Rapids, Mich. Dual master cyl- 
inder hydraulic brake. 2,080,687 ; May 18. 

Bowen, Myron W., assignor to Hydraulic Brake Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Braking mechanism. 2,080,196 ; May 
11. 

Bowen, Richard W., Jerseyville, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signinonls, to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Pat- 
erson, N. J. Shoe and making same. 2,068,651 ; Jan. 
26. 

Bowen, Thomas B., Huntington, W. Va. Windshield 
wiper. 2.101.773 : Dec. 7. 

Bowen, Wilfrid W., Washington, D. C. Binder. 2,072,494 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Bowen, William F., assignor to Evans Case Company, 
North Attleboro, Mass. Bag. 2,081,085 ; May 18. 

Bowen, William F., assignor to Evans Case Company, 
North Attleboro, Mass. Receptacle. 2,087,055 ; July 
13. 

Bowen, William F., assignor to Evans Case Company, 
North Attleboro, Mass. Receptacle. 2,087,056 ; July 
13. 

Bowen, William S., Westfleld, N. J. Apparatus for spray 
drying. 2,081,909 ; June 1. 

Bowen, William S., Westfield, N. J. Dust collector. 
2,082,242 ; June 1. 

Bowen, William S., AVestfield, N. J. Homogenizing appa- 
ratus. 2.103,888; Dec. 28. 

Bowen, William S., and J. Freeman, Westfield, N. .T, 
Belt delivery spray drier. 2.068,841 ; Jan. 26. 

Bowen, William S., and J. Freeman, Westfield, N. J. 
Homogenizing mechanism. 2,103,887 ; Dec. 28. 



Bower, Byron F., assignor to The Howell Company, St. 
Charles, 111. Closure for refuse receivers. 2,072,706 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Bower, George W., Wesley^•ille, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Hydraulic operating mechanism. 
2,082,613 ; June 1. 

Bower, Harold F., Rome, assignor to General Cable Cor- 
poration, New York, IS'. Y. Electrical conductor and 
manufacture. 2.090.510: Aug. 17. 

Bower, Raymond G., Bloomfield Hills, assignor to Bur- 
roughs Adding Machine Company, Detroit, Mich. Key- 
board for typewriters. 2,080,457 ; May 18. 

Bower Roller Hearing Company. (See Houimel, Charles 
L., assignor.) 

Bower, William M., Romford, assignor to Linotjre and 
Machinery Limited, London, England. Distributing 
mechanism of typographical composing machines. 
2.079,198 ; May 4. 

Bowerman, Frank C, Lake Williams, N. Dak. Con- 
vertible automobile accessory. 2,077,736 ; Apr. 20. 

Bowers, Cecelia E. (See Schaeffer. Edward G., assignor.) 

Bowers, Claude E., Los Angeles, Calif. Automatic leveling 
ladder. 2.071,608 ; Feb. 23. 

Bowers, Don S., Tulsa, Okla. Thread protector. 
2,082,144 ; June 1. 

Bowers, Frank. (See Howse, C. L., Thomas, and Bowers.) 

Bowers, Frank, assignor to Diamond Power Specialty 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Fluid heater cleaner. 
2,069,574; Feb. 2. 

Bower.s, Frank E., Drexel Hill, assignor to Doyle & 
Bowers. Philadelphia, Pa. Ophthalmic mounting. 
2.091,583; Aug. 31. 

Bowers, Frederick M., Chester, Pa. Electrode holder. 
2,067,230 ; Jan. 12. 

Bowers, Helen S. (See Fritts, Howard S., assignor.) 

Bowers, Thomas A., Boston, Mass. Compacting appa- 
ratus. 2.103,142 ; Dec. 21. 

Bowers, Thomas A., assignor to Flexion, Inc., Boston, 
Mass. Piston ring material. 2,076,539 ; Aps. 13. 

Bowers, Thomas A., assignor to Flexion, Inc., Boston, 
Mass. Continuous rotary forging die. 2,076,541 ; Apr. 
13. 

Bowers, Thomas A., assignor to Flexion, Inc., Boston, 
Mass. Piston ring. 2,076,542 ; Apr. 13. 

Bowers, Thomas A., assignor to Flexion, Inc., Boston, 
Mass. Making piston rings. 2,076,543 ; Apr. 13. 

Bowers, Thomas A., assignor to Flexion, Inc., Boston, 
Mass. Piston ring. 2,076,544; Apr. 13. 

Bowersock, Wilber E., and F. J. Spiess, assignors to The 
Rochester Folding Box Co., Rochester. N. Y. Method 
of and apparatus for making containers. 2,068,163 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Bowersox, Jo-seph W., Kansas City, Mo., assignor to 
Superior Felt and Bedding Company. Spring filled mat- 
tress or cushion. 2,083,555 ; June 15. 

Bowersox, Joseph W., Chicago, 111., assignor to Superior 
Felt and Bedding Company. Mattress handle. 
2,086,489 ; July 6. 

Bowes, David M., I'ath. N. Y. Molding form for struc- 
tural material. 2,101,019 ; Dec. 7. 

Bowes "Seal Fast" Corporation. (See Mullen, Thomas W., 
assignor. ) 

Bowes, William L. (See Gaus, G. E., and Bowes.) 

Bowie, Augustus J., San Francisco, Calif. Switch. 
2,092,829 ; Sept. 14. 

Bowie, Frank W., and A. S. Lieb, Binghamton, N. Y. Die. 
2,097,363 ; Oct. 26. 

Bowker, Emmett W.. Inwood, Long Island, N. Y. Safety- 
pin. 2,093.630 ; Sent. 21. 

Bowland, Ruth A., Tulsa, Okla. Adjustable head size 
form. 2,06^.713; Jan. 5. 

Bowlden. Earl T. (See Strutz. E. H., and Bowlden.1 

Bowles. Edward L., Wellesley Farms, Mass. Police com- 
munication system. 2,070,112 ; Feb. 9. • 

Bowles. 1-dward L., Wellesley Farms. Mass. Slide rule. 
2,071,105 ; Feb. 16, 

Bowles, Edward L., Wellesley Farms, Mass. Measuring 
dynamic characteristics. 2.099,923 ; Nov. 23. 

Bowley, Raymond E., San Anselmo, Calif. Method and 
apparatus for tone compensation in sound reproducing 
apparatus. Re. 20,395 ; June 8. 

Bowley. Raymond E., San Anselmo. Calif. Sound repro- 
ducing apparatus. Re. 20,467; Aug. 17. 

Bowlus, Harold G., Penns Grove, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
dn Pont do Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Improvement in the manufacture of polynaphthyl alkyl- 
ene ethers. 2.093,990 ; Sept. 28. 

Bowman, Arthur ]\[.. and J. I. Bowman, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
said A. JL Bowman assignor to said J. I. Bowman. 
Reenforced concrete slab and core therefor. 2.070,577 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Bowman, Charles L.. Bowdil. assignor to The Bowdil Com- 
pany, Canton, Ohio. Mining machine. 2,103,509; Dec. 
28. 

Bowman, Clarence B. (See Harris, J. B., Jr., and 
Bowman.) 

Bowman, Earle L., Attleboro, Mass. Disinfecting dis- 
pensing apparatus. 2,075,266 ; Mar. 30. 

Bowman, Frederic C, Los Angeles, and H. Stougaard, 
Walnut Park, assignors to A. R. Maas Chemical Co., 
Los Angeles, Calif. Manufacturing anhydrous sodium 
sulphite. 2,080,528; May 18. 



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Bowman, George, Cricklewood, London, and G. C. Burgess, 
Wembley, assignors to S. Smith & Sons (Motor Acces- 
sories) Limited, London, England. Hydraulic jack. 
2,087,661 ; July 20. 

Bowman, George, London, and G. C. Burgess, Wembley, 
assignors to S. Smith & Sons (Motor Accessories) 
Limited, London, England. Valve device. 2,093,003; 
Sept. 14. 

Bowman, Hyman D., Pittsburgh, Pa. Flatiron. 
2,076,614; Apr. 13. 

Bowman, James H., Honolulu, Hawaii. Coin tray. 
2,094,834 ; Oct. 5. , 

Bowman, James I. (See Bowman, Arthur M. and J. I., 
assignors.) 

Bowman, John E., Buchanan, Mich. Device for supplying 
moisture to motors. 2.083,683 ; June 15. 

Bowman, Joseph S., El Paso, Tex., assignor to Westing- 
liouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Flour sifter. 2,074,162 ; Mar. 16. 

Bowman, Louis G., assignor to Lewis Invisible Stitch 
Machine Company, St. Louis, Mo. Sewing machine 
main shaft bearing. 2,093,030 ; Sept. 14. 

Bowman-Manifold, Michael, Worplesdon, England. Tele- 
vision. 2,090,801 ; Aug. 24. 

Bowman-Manifold, Michael, Heathcot, England, assignor 
to Electric & Musical Industries, Ltd. Control circuits 
for cathode ray devices. 2,097,334 ; Oct. 26. 

Bowman-Manifold, Michael, Worplesdon Station and W. S. 
Percival, Hanwell, assignors to Electric and Musical In- 
dustries Limited, Hayes, England. Television and like 
system. 2,096,877 ; Oct. 26. 

Bowman, Reginald G., Gary, Ind., assignor to The Traugh- 
ber Engineering Co. Apparatus and method for re- 
moving particles from gases. 2,070,578 ; Feb. 16. 

Bowman, Vern A., Thornloe, Ontario, Canada. Motor 
vehicle. 2,093,229 ; Sept. 14. 

Bowman, William A. (See Jones, G. B., Jr., and Bowman.) 

Bowman, William J., Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. Auto- 
matic station selector for radio receivers. 2,098,331 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Bowne, Langford J., Howard Beach, assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Inc., New York, N. Y. Tele- 
phone system. 2,072,940 ; Mar. 9. 

Bowron, Charles E., Birmingham, and A. G. Delanv, 
Alabama City, Ala., assignors to Gulf States Steel 
Company. Catcher table for rolling mills. 2,071,609 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Bowser, Percy L. (See Flammang, J., Bowser, and Ernst.) 

Bowser, S. F.. & Company. (See Carlson, Carl E., as- 
signor.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Carroll, William M., 
assignor.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Farwell, Joseph as- 
signor.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Foley, Charles B., as- 
signor.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Lanser, Alfred, assignor.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Marvel, Harvey K., 
assignor.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Renfrew, Paul B., 
assignor.) 

Bowser, S. F., & Company. (See Renfrew, P. B., and 
Bond, assignors.) 

Box. Ernest R. (See Powell, A. R.. and Box.) 

Boyce, John A., deceased, by J. F. Thomas, administrator, 
assignor to J. Boyce, Berkeley, Calif. Multicolor print- 
ing machine. 2,082.145 ; June 1. 

Boyce, Josie. (See Boyce, John A., assignor.) 

Boyce. Leonard D., Mapiewood, Mo. Ignition timer con- 
trolling device. 2,103,348 ; Dec. 28. 

Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, Inc. (See 
Denny, Frnnk E., assignor.) 

Boyd, -Andrew J., Clayton, N. Mex. Inflating valve. 
2,095.912 : Oct. 12. 

Boyd, Chester V., assignor to Noo Tooth Brush, Inc., 
Rockford, 111. Tooth brush. 2,077,392 ; Apr. 20. 

Boyd, Eleanor L., Scottsboro, Ala. Toilet or water- 
closet seat, protector or cover. 2,084,890; June 22. 

Boyd, Fisher L., Haverford, assignor to National Foam 
System, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Cartridge valve. 
2,077,872 ; Apr. 20. 

Boyd, fJuy H. and S. II., York, Pa. Exterminating device 
for bugs iind insects. 2,098,027; Nov. 2. 

Boyd. Howard M. (See Ruth, J. P., and Boyd.) 

Boyd, James H., Jr. (See Malisoff, W. M., and Boyd.) 

Boyd, Jesse, Sudan, Tex. Cotton gin rib. 2,089,108 1 
Aug. 3. 

Boyd, Robert C. (See Brain, G., and Boyd.) 

Boyd, Stephen II. (See Boyd, Guy S. and S. H.) 

Boy(5, Alfred. Pnris, France. .\u1()nialic teloplione appa- 
rntiiH. 2,075,(134; Mar. 30. 

Boyo Needle Company, The. (See Carlson, GOstav A., as- 
signor.) 

Boye Needle Company, The. (See Davis, Edward D., ns- 
Rtgnor. ) 

Boycr, lOnrle G., I'hilndelplila, Pa., assignor to Ilaiinlfln 
M.Tinil'acturing Co., Chicago, 111. Slotlhig, p(>rl'()ratlng, 
and flpllntng of tubes and the like. 2,070.780 ; Vvh. 16. 

Boyer, Earle G., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Hannifin 
Mannfncturlng Co., Chicago, 111. Pipe aligning tool. 
2,080,906 ; May 18. 

Boyor, lOiirle G., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Ilnnnlfln 
Miinufacturlng (^o., Chicago, 111. Well strainer. 
2,084,185 ; June 16. 



Boyer, F. Walter. (See Taylor, Don A., assignor.) 

Boyer, Harold H., Canton, assignor to The Hoover Com- 
pany, North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 2,093,991 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Boyer, Lewis P., Butte, Mont. Ledger plate anvil. 
2,072,021 ; Feb. 23. 

Boyer, Orren B., Fargo, N. Dak. Hydraulic steering ap- 
paratus. 2.093,801 ; Sept. 21. 

Boyer, Warren L., Longmeadow, Mass. Garden imple- 
ment. 2,093,304; Sept. 14. 

Boyes, William H., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor of one-half 
to M. Kopita and J. Wasserstein. Air veliicle. 
2,070,854; Feb. 16. 

Boyett, Jesse B., Nashville, Ga. Self-propelled spraying 
machine. 2,090,929 ; Aug. 24. 

Boyett, Jesse B.. Nashville, Ga. Combined oscillatory re- 
ciprocatory self-centering pump. 2,103,967 ; Dec. 28. 

Boyle, Eugene G., San Francisco, Calif. Cu.shioned stock- 
ing supporter guard. 2,103,446 ; Dee. 28. 

Boyle, Horace H., Swansea, Wales. Dental apparatus. 
2,091,092 ; Aug. 24. 

Boyle Manufacturing Company. (See Anderson, Frank B., 
assignor.) 

Boyle, Peter J. (See Canetta, J., and Boyle.) 

Boyles, Ralph R., assignor to Waterous Company, St. 
Paul, Minn. Hydrant and deformable or breakable 
valve stem therefor. 2,085,074 ; June 29. 

Boynton, Arthur J., Winnetka, assignor to Brassert-Tide- 
water Development Corporation, Chicago, 111. Coking 
hydrocarbon material. 2,069,815 ; Feb. 9. 

Boynton, Bemice L. (See Grey, R. E., and Boynton.) 

Boys, Charles V., London, England. Water flow gas 
calorimeter. 2,068,791 ; Jan. 26. 

Boysen, John A., Rutherford, N. J., and V. E. Raddatz, 
Woodhaven, assignors to Robert Reis & Co., New York, 
N. Y. Garment. 2,074,119 ; Mar. 16. 

Bozeman, John F., Lake Charles, La., assignor to Ace 
Wire Line Core Drilling Company. Core drill. 
2,071,916 ; Feb. 23. 

Bozin, Zorn L., Gary, Ind. Roller screen structure or the 
like. 2,094,444 ; Sept. 28. 

Braam, Harold S., assignor of one-half to D. H. White- 
head, Chicago, and one-half to J. R. Nalbach, Oak Park, 
111. Sheet segregating mechanism. 2,093.992 ; Sept. 
28. 

Braasch, Arnold, Neumunster, Germany, assignor to 
Standard Brands Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Fine- 
bubble aeration of diaphragm fermenting vats. 
2,092,151 ; Sept. 7. 

Braaten, Arthur M., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Crystal oscillator circuits. 
2,070,647 ; Feb. 16. 

Braband, Carl. (See Barz, F., and Braband.) 

Brabender, George J. (See Abrams, A., Forcey, and 
Brabender.) 

Bracewell, James A., Tulsa, Okla. Game apparatus for 
amusement purposes. 2,074,207 ; Mar. 16. 

Brach, E. J., & Sons. (See Llewellyn, L. K., and Barton, 
assignors.) 

Brach, Leon S., East Orange, N. J. Lightning arrester. 
Re. 20,465 ; Aug. 10. 

Brack, John D., Sulphur, La., assignor to The Union 
Sulphur Company. Pump pressure operated core bar- 
rel. 2,084,988; June 29. 

Bracke, Robert F., Chicago, 111. Carburetor. 2,089,248 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Braekett, Clare L. (See Stoll, Albert, assignor.) 

Brackett, Edward M., D. Daneke, and L. C. Williams, 
Topoka, Kans., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Dexter Folder Company, New York, N. Y. Gauge 
and gauge stop mcch.nnism for trimming and cutting 
machines. 2,095,309 ; Oct. 12. 

Brackett, Fred IM. (See Daneke, Dietrich, assignor.) 

Brackett, Tracy F., Detroit, Mich. Making wheels. 
2,074,453; Mar. 23. 

Braekett, Tracy F., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Paint spraying machine. 
2,083,633 ; June 15. 

Brackett. Tracy F., assignor to General Jlotors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Spraying machine. 2,083,634 ; 
June 15. 

Brndburn, Curtis E., assignor to II. L. Divine, Garden City, 
Kans. Car odorlzer. 2,103,609 ; Dec. 28. 

Bradburn, George W. (See Townscnd, D. W., and Brad- 
burn.) 

Bradbury, Joseph W., Blanchcstor, N. H. Watch pro- 
tector. 2,076.221 ; Apr. 6. 

Bradbury, Walter W.. St. Louis, Mo., assignor to Vtnltpd 
Sho(> M;ichlnory Corporalion, Patorson, N. J. Wood 
lu'ol turning niiiclilne. 2. 000, 021 ; .\iig. 17. 

Braddon, Fred D., Babylon, nsslgnor to Sporry Products, 
Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. IiKllciillng di'vice for Haw 
detector mechanism. 2,071,7.">!) ; Mar. 23. 

Braden, Mnrsliall II.. Kock Islaiul. HI., iisslgnor, by mesne 
assignments, to Oil Biniior lliillilcrs. Inc.. DMVonport, 
Iowa. Oil hnrnor dr.ifl conlnil, 2.075,;?;il ; Mnr, 30. 

Brndcn. llene A,. Mprchant vllle, N. .1., assignor to Radio 
Corponitlon of .Ainorlca. Band pass an\p1it\c>r cou- 
pling. 2.006,875 ; Jan. B. 

Briiil<'ii, Rone A., CoUlngswood, N. .T., assignor to Radio 
Corponitlon of .\merloa. Photocoll ninpUfler. 

2,0H1,1S0 ; June 15. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Braden, Rene A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Automatic fidelity control 
circuit. 2,084,379 ; June 22. 

Braden, Rene A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. High frequency amplifier. 
2,084,475 ; June 22. 

Braden, Rene A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Automatic fidelity control cir- 
cuit. 2,088,229 ; July 27. 

Briiclen, Rene A., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Convertible band pass re- 
ceiver. 2,093,544 ; Sept. 21. 

Braden, William C, assignor of one-half to T. S. Pates, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Fluid power transmission. 2,071,493 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Brader, Gwynne B. (See Newport, A. J., and Brader.) 

Bradfield, George K., Jr., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to 
American Car and Foundry Company, New York, N. Y. 
Venetian blind. 2,100,G25 ; Nov. 30. 

Bradford, Bennie H., Oxford, N. C. Stake. 2,084,239 : 
June 15. 

Bradford, Elmer D., assignor to Kramlich-Bradford Mfg. 
Co., Denver, Colo. Oil reclaiming device. 2,086,762 ; 
July 13. 

Bradford, Elmer D., assignor to Kramlich-Bradford Man- 
ufacturing Company, Denver, Colo. Oil reclaiming ap- 
paratus. 2,086,763 ; July 13. 

Bradford. Leslie C, Centerliue, Mich. Trailer coupler. 
2.091,068 ; Aug. 31. 

Bradford, Otto B. (See Dick, Wade W., assignor.) 

Bradford, William W., Jr., Bel Air, assignor to H. R. Hyle, 
CatonsvJlle, E. H. Young. Baltimore, and S. T. Holmes, 
Harford County, Md. Aircraft propeller. 2,103,242 ; 
Dec. 28. ^ 

Bradford, William W., Jr., Bel Air, assignor to H. R. 
Hyle, Catonsville, E. H. Young, Baltimore, and S. T. 
Holmes, Harford County, Md. Aircraft propeller. 
2,103,243 ; Dec. 28. 

Bradford, Zerbe C. (See Mapes, C. W., Bradford, and 
Sleeter.) 

Bradley, Agnes C, executrix. (See Bradley, Wilson.) 

Bradley, Albert F., assignor to Northwestern Barb Wire 
Company, Sterling, 111. Galvanizing process. 

2,068,904 ; Jan. 26. 

Bradley, Albert F., assignor to Northwestern Barb Wire 
Company, Sterling, 111. Bale tie. 2,091,626 ; Aug. 31. 

Bradley. Ausbora M., and G. E. Watson, Detroit, Mich., 
assignors to Bakeries Service Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Baking. 2,080.162 ; May 11. 

Bradley, Charles E. (See Cunningham, M. M., and Brad- 
ley.) 

Bradley, Charles E., and K. L. Keene, assignors to Misha- 
walca Rubber and Woolen Manufacturing Company, 
Mishawaka, Ind. Waterproof bathing sandal. 
2,099,418; Nov. 16. 

Bradley, Dan T., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Harris Prod- 
ucts Company, Akron, Ohio. Coupling. 2,084,761 ; 
June 22. 

Bradley, Edward E. (See Rowe, I. R., and Bradley.) 

Bradley, Erich H., assignor to National Pumps Corpora- 
tion, Dayton, Ohio. Liquid dispensing apparatus. 
2.070,560 ; Feb. 16. 

Bradley, Fred J. (See Bradley, Richard C, assignor.) 

Bradley, Harry L., River Hills, assignor to Alley-Bradley 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Insulated resistance unit. 
2,079,869 ; May 4. 

Bradley, Harry L., and F. J. Haas, assignors to Allen- 
Bradlev Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Rheostat. 
2.098.273 ; Nov. 9. 

Bradley, Harry S. (See Gathmann, E., and Bradley.) 

Bradley, Isaac F., Dallas, Tex. Cover for wells and 
cisterns. 2,079,835 ; May 11. 

Bradley, Ivan H., Stratford, Conn. Woodworking ma- 
chine. 2,087,897 ; July 27. 

Bradley, James A., Pittsburgh, Pa. Method and appa- 
ratus for the treatment of ores and the generation of 
gas. 2,008,842; Jan. 26. 

Bradley, Milton, Company. (See Ford, William H., as- 
signor.) 

Bradley, Milton, Company. (See Roberts, George D., as- 
signor.)^ 

Bradley Process Corporation. (See Bradley, Wilson, as- 
signor.) 

Bradley, Ralph A., Minneapolis. Minn., assignor of one- 
half to E. I!. Young, Chicago, 111. Tank truck construc- 
tion. 2,097,113; Oct. 26. 

Bradley, Ralph S. (See Kronquist, David F., assignor.) 

Bradley. Richard C, Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to 
F. J. Bradley, St. Albans, N. Y. Register. 2,099,463; 
Nov. 16. 

Bradley, Theodore F., Westfiold, assignor to Ellis-Foster 
Company, Montclair, N. .T. Synthetic resins and balsams 
prepared from glycol. 2.089,181; Aug. 10. 

Bradley Waslifountain Company. (See MuUett, Howard 
A., .assignor.) 

Bradlev, William, Addingham, England. Brake controlled 
mechanism. 2,082,378 ; June 1. 

Bradley, Wilson, deceased, Doerwood, by A. C. Bradley, 
executrix, Dnlutli, Minn., assignor to Bradley Proress 
Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Treating ores and similar 
materials. 2.074,013; Mar. 16. 

Bradsliaw, Charles E.. nsKignor of one-half to C. Martin, 
Wellville, Va. Eyeshicld. 2,095,517 ; Oct. 12. 



Bradshaw, George B., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington. Del. Process and composition 
of matter. 2,092,749 ; Sept. 14. 

Bradshaw, George B., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Stencil sheet. 
2,097,754 ; Nov. 2. 

Bradshaw, George B., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Ne- 
mours & Company. Wilmington, Del. Flexible articles. 
2,099,047 : Nov. 16. 

Bradshaw, Hamilton, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Cellulosic prodyct and making same. 2,079,395 ; May 4. 

Bradshaw, Lawrence, Bainbridge, N. Y. Abating foami- 
ness in glues. 2,097,239 ; Oct. 26. 

Bradshaw, William H., Buffalo, and G. P. Hoff, Kenmore, 
N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Rotat- 
ing guide. 2,083,251 ; June 8. 

Bradshaw, William H., Buffalo, and G. P. Hoff, Kenmore, 
N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Pro- 
ducing artificial thread. 2,083,252 ; June 8. 

Bradshaw, William H., Buffalo, N. Y., and E. R. McKee, 
Hermitage, Tenn., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Viscose process and apparatus. 2,087,016 ; July 13. 

Bradshaw, William H., Buffalo, and J. S. Fonda. Kenmore, 
N. Y., and G. W. Filson, Richmond, Va., assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Artificial thread and preparing 
same. 2,094,579 ; Oct. 5. 

Bradshaw, William M. (See Allen, A. J., and Bradshaw.) 

Bradshaw, William M., Summit, N. J., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Detachable polyphase watthour meter. 
2,081,981 ; June 1. 

Bradshaw, William M., Summit, N. J., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitti- 
burgh. Pa. Polyphase meter casing. 2,100,731 ; Not. 
30. 

Bradshaw, William M., and W. G. Mylius, Summit, N. J., 
assignors to Westinghouse Electric & JIanufacturing 
Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric-circuit ter- 
minal arrangement. 2,096.479 ; Oct. 19. 

Bradshaw, AVilliam T., and E. J. Raehn, Oakland, Calif. 
Sign. 2,093,412 ; Sept. 21. 

Bradt, Charles H., Groton, assignor to L. C. Smith & 
Corona Typewriters, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Duplicat- 
ing machine. 2,088,572 ; Aug. 3. 

Brady, Charles V., Webster Groves, assignor to Bemis Bro. 
Bag Co., St. Louis. Mo. Bag. 2.075.166 : Mar. 30. 

Brady, David R. (See Hack, M., and Brady.) 

Brady, Geo. W., & Co. (See Erlandsen, Alfred C. S., as- 
signor. ) 

Brady, James A., Ramsey, N. J. Container. 2,077,208; 
Apr. 13. 

Brady, John B. (See Lebherz, William B. and H. J., 
assignors.) 

Brady, John B. (See Mueller, Richard P., assignor.) 

Brady, Raymond F., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporationof America. Projection printer. 2,068,480; 
Jan. 19. 

Brady, Richard M. (See Gallagher, G. R., and Brady.) 

Braga, Armand, Kearny, N. J. Motor boat. 2,091,958 : 
Sept. 7. 

Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Clutch operat- 
ing mechanism. 2,087,370 ; July 20. 

Bragg, Caleb S., Palm Beach, Fla., and V. W. Kliesrath, 
Port Washington, assignors to I5ragg-Kliesrath Corpo- 
ration, Long Island City, N. Y. Clutch release mecha- 
nism. 2,084,380 ; June 22. 

Bragg, Gilbert A^ Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignmens, to Koppers Company. Manufacture of am- 
monium sulphate. 2,067,899 ; Jan. 19. 

Bragg-Klicsrath Corporation. (See Bragg, C. S., and 
Kliesrath, assignors.) 

Biagg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Cohen, Albert, as- 
signor.) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Ertel, John C, as- 
signor.) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Fawick, Thomas L., 
assignor.) 

Bragg-Kliosrath Corporation. (See Freeman, Walter R., 
assignor.) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Kliesrath, Victor W., 
assignor.) 

Bragg-Kliesrath Corporation. (See Sanford, Roy S., as- 
signor.) 

Bragg. Russell L., Chicago, 111. Window cleaner. 
2,082,821 ; June 8. 

Brahnier, Leland F. (See Wahlberg, N. A., and Brahmer.) 

Brahs. George, Hawthorne, N. J. Picker. 2,091,302 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Brain, George, Tiffin, Ohio, and R. C. Boyd, Louisville, Ky., 
assignors to Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Built-in evacuator. 2,097,174; Oct. 26. 

Brake E-|uipment & Supply Company. (See Pratt, B., and 
Weinrich, assignors.) 

Braley, Silas A., assignor to Pittsburgh Steel Company, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Wire drawing method and lubricant 
therefor. 2,080,599 ; May 18. 



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Braley, William L., and C. A. Brown, Springfield, Ohio, 
assignors to Oliver Farm Equipment Company. Vari- 
able speed mechanism for grain drills and the like. 
2,085,182 ; June 29. 

Braly, Walter M., Louisburg, Kans. Fluid motor for a 
power transmission mechanism. 2,072,356 ; Mar. 2. 

Bram, Andrew, Hancock, Mich. Folding table. 2,086,463 ; 
July 6. 

Bramall, John A., Upper Darby, Pa. Practice bird for 
badminton. 2,088,573 ; Aug. 3. 

Brambrut, Louis. (See Vanderhoof, Frank E., assignor.) 

Bramigk, Fritz W., Detroit, Mich. Complex compounds 
of oinchophen and its derivatives. 2,098,448 ; Nov. 9. 

Bramminc, Carl, assignor to The Anderson Company, 
Gary, Ind. Stud. 2,098,997 : Nov. 16. 

Bramsen, Svend, assignor to Binks Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Chicago, III. Spraying adhesive-coated mate- 
rial. 2,073,779 ; Mar. 16. 

Bramsen, Svend, and P. W. Wahlin, assignors to Binks 
Blanufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Jlaterial-dis- 
charge control valve for spray guns. 2.068,161 ; Jan. 19. 

Bramsen, Svend, and F. Wahlin, assignors to Binks 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Spray gun with 
pneumatic needle valve control. 2,101,164 : Dec. 7. 

Bramsen, Svend, and F. Wahlin, assignors to Binks Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Spray gun valve. 
2,102,303 ; Dec. 14. 

Branaman, Billy B., Sr., Marysville, Calif. Watch clean- 
ing machine. 2,081,142 ; May 25. 

Brancati, Hector C., New York, N. Y. Signaling device 
for use in connection with closed motor vehicles. 
2,093,230; Sept. 14. 

Branch, Ida L. (See Tate, Otto C, Sr., assignor.) 

Branch, Nelson T., Toledo, and F. R. Bichowsky, Ottawa 
Hills, assignors to Surface Combustion Corporation, 
Toledo, Ohio. Air conditioning system. 2,083,002 ; 
June 8. 

Branch, Samuel G., assignor of one-third to C. F. Peter- 
son, Middletown, Conn. Hair clipper. 2,083,359 ; 
June 8. 

Brand, Carl W. (See Rosenberry, Homer R. and R. P., 
assignors.) 

Brand, Harry R., New York, N. Y., and C. A. Fausel, 
Glenridge, N. J. ; said Fausel assignor to said Brand. 
Multiple control system. 2.085.949 ; July 6. 

Brand, Jean J., assignor of one-half to G. A. Chritton and 
one-half to T. J. Sullivan, Chicago, 111. Radio receiving 
circuit. 2,070,354 ; Feb. 9. 

Brand, Robert A., assignor of one-half to J. A. Perley, 
Washington, D. C. Air conditioning system and ajj- 
paratus. 2,102,507 : Dec. 14. 

Brand, Samuel. (See Fuller, F. L., and Brand.) 

Brandel, Simon, Phoenixville, Pa., assignor of one-half to 
J. Castonova, West Conshohocken, Pa. Brush and mop 
holder. 2,086,312 ; July 6. 

Brandenberg, Walter, Passaic, N. J., assignor to Heyden 
Chemical Corporation, New York, N. Y. Water-re- 
sistant molding mixture and making the same. 
2,068,974; Jan. 20. 

Brandenburg, Harrv J., Glendora, assignor of fifty-five 
per cent to F. E. Wood, W. G. Cartter, J. B. Seem, and 
W. J. Bailev, Monrovia, Calif. Fruit brusher. 

2.080.197 ; May 11. 

Brandenburg, Harrv J., Glendora, assignor of fifty-five 
per cent to P. E. Wood, W. G. Cartter, J. B. Seem, and 
W. J. Bailey, Monrovia, Calif. Fruit brusher. 

2.080.198 ; May 11. 

Brandenlmrg, Joseph P., et al. (See Matthews, Percy W., 

assignor.) 
Brandenburger, Herbert J., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to 

Crouse-Hinds Company, Syracuse, N. Y. Traffic sign.al- 

ing system. 2.071,494; Feb. 23. 
Brandenburger, Herbert J., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to 

Crou.se-IIindR Company, Syracuse, N. Y. Cycle timer. 

2.073,828; Mar. 10. 
Brander, Bertil J., Stockholm, Sweden. Electric relay. 

2,077,091 ; Apr. 13. 
P.rander, Oscar. (See Eskilson, N., and Brander.) 
Hiandcs, Otto W., Milwaukee, Wis. Gas purifying appa- 

r:itn,s. 2,090,994; Aug. 24. 
Brandcs, Rudolf, Chomnitz, Germany. Preliminary matur- 
ing of :iIlciili-cellulose. 2,077,104; Apr. 13. 
Briiiul.iord. Iver M., Helena, Mont. House roof construc- 

lioti. 2,00R,R55 ; Nov. 0. 
BrJlndli, Wilhelm W., and H. G. Reltmoler, Habana, Cuba. 

Silk winding machine. 2,088,150; July 27. 
Br.'indHlciii, Siimnel J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Shampoo garment. 

2,080.107 ; M;iy. 11. 
Brandstcin, S;iiiinol .T., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cover for con- 

talncpH of dincrent sizes. 2,080,108; May 11. 
Briiiulslrom, Charles IC, Seattle, Wash. Api)aratus for 

«l.'il)ili7,ing and covering garljnge cans. 2,096,506; Oct. 

19. 
BnindKlrom, Polke. (See Barrett, H. L., and Brnnd- 

stroin.) 
P.niiult, Allen D. (See Shindel, H. V., and Bnindt.) 
Bnuidl. AuguHl, BMllenHtedt/Ilnrz, Germany. Torpedo. 

2,067,821 : Jan, 12. 
Braiidl, Carl A., Gr(>at Necit, nsslgnnr 1o Tlie SiiperlienliT 

CoiniKHiy, New York, N. Y. Superheater. 2,070,104; 

May 4. 



Brandt, David G., Westfleld, N. J., assignor to Doherty 
Research Company, New York, N. Y. Process and 
apparatus for refining mineral oils. 2,073,622 ; Mar. 
16. 

Brandt, David G., Westfleld, N. J., assignor to Doherty 
Research Company, New York, N. Y. Process and 
apparatus for pressure distillation. 2,074,120 ; Mar. 16. 

Brandt, David G., Westfleld, N. J., assignor to Doherty 
Research Company, New York, N. Y. Recovery and 
stabilization of gasoline. 2,074,978 ; Mar. 23. 

Brandt, David G., Westfleld, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Power Patents Company, Jersey City, N. J. 
Distillation of oil. 2,102,234 ; Dec. 14. 

Brandt, Ernest H. (See Schmitt, C. T., and Brandt.) 

Brandt, Francis L., Wakefield, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine 
for operating upon the heel-portions of shoes. 
2,097,.558 ; Nov. 2. 

Brandt, Henry E., North St. Paul, Minn. Dust distribut- 
ing device. 2,086,696 ; July 13. 

Brandt, Henry E., St. Paul, assignor to The Dobbins 
Manufacturing (Company, North St. Paul, Minn. Dis- 
pensing device. 2,082,146 ; June 1. 

Br.Tudt, John W., assignor to The Troxel Manufacturing 
Company, Elyria. Ohio. Saddle. 2,093,906 ; Sept. 21. 

Brandt, Leo L., Savannah, Mo. Mirror for vehicles. 
2,100,938 ; Nov. 30. 

Brandt, Matthew C, Washington, D. C. Key holder. 
2,071,021 ; Feb. 16. 

Brandt, Oscar A., and D. Dalenlus, Bellingham, Wash. 
Plastic heat insulating composition. 2,072,081 ; Mar. 2. 

Brandt, Thomas P., Barberton, assignor to The Ohio 
Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. Cable joint. 
2,077,737 ; Apr. 20. 

Brandt, Thomas P., Barberton, assignor to The Ohio Brass 
Company, Mansfield, Ohio. Bushing insulator. 
2,082,046 ; June 1. 

Brandt, Thomas P., Barberton, assignor to The Ohio 
Brass Company, Mansfield, Ohio. Forming apparatus. 
2,095,310 ; Oct. 12. 

Brandt, Walter. (See Cauer, W., and Brandt.) 

Brandt jen and Kluge, Inc. (See Kluge, Abel and E., as- 
signors. ) 

Brandwood, John, Birkdale, Southport, England. Form 
of spool for textile yarns. 2,079,277 ; May 4. 

Brandwood, Joseph, Southport, England. Production of 
textile yarns hnving rubber or the like incorporated 
therein. 2,093,880; Sept. 21. 

Brandys, .John. (See Zychewicz, Walter, assignor.) 

Branegan, James A., Philadelphia, Pa. Pile fabric con- 
struction. 2,089,182; Aug. 10. 

Brangs, Julius, Solingen, Germany. Manufacturing scis- 
sors. Re. 20,525 ; Oct. 5. 

Branham, Martin. (See Sparks, Jay G., assignor.) 

Brankman, Louis H., deceased, Glen Ridge, N. J. ; L. 
Brinkman, administratrix, assignor of one-third to L. 
Brinkman and one-third to B. Moriarty, White Plains, 
N. Y., and one-third to N. B. Cocke, Birmingham, Ala. 
Method and machine for corrugating tubes. 2,092,873 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Brannan, Eldred B., assignor of twenty-five per cent to 
D. H. Dunham, and twenty-five per cent to G. L. 
Niles, Alcova, Wyo. Compensating volume control 
safety device. 2,074,889 ; Mar. 23. 

Brannan, Eldred B., Ogden, Utah, assignor of twenty- 
five per cent to D. H. Dunham, and twenty-five per cent 
to G. L. Niles, Alcova, Wyo. C^ompen.^iating volume con- 
trol safety device. 2,085,628 ; June 29. 

Brannon, Robert D., Sulphur, La., and H. G. Moore, Beau- 
mont, Tex. Inside pipe cutter. 2,084,006 ; June 22. 

Branson, David E., River Edge, N. J., W. H. T. Holden, 
New York, N. Y., and J. A. Eystcr, I{i(igewood, N. J., as- 
signors to American Telephone and Telegraph Company. 
Telegraph svslem. 2,075.-122 ; Mar. 30. 

Branson, David E., River lOdge, N. J., \Y. H. T. HoUlon. 
New York, and .T. A. Eyster. Lisle, N. Y., assignors to 
American Telcplione and Telegraph Company. Tele- 
graph system. 2,096,841 ; Oct. 26. 

Rranson, Edward IT., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Coiupanv. Rooliester, N. Y. Light roflertinii .^icn. 
2,071,294; Feb. IC. 

Bran.son, lOdward II., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Insulated electromagnet 
and making the s.'inie. 2.091.234 ; Aug. 24. 

Branson, Harry, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Amplifier. 2,092,496 ; 
S<>pt. 7. 

Branson, James V)., assignor to Dry Cleaning Equipment 
Company, Cincinnati. Ohio. RtlU. 2,007,364; Oct. 20. 

Biant, Frank O,, Piedmont, Calif. Ensel construction. 
2,090.192 ; Nov. 16. 

Branlingson, Sigurd, Palisades Park, N. J., assignor to 
I'^rancis Kdl & Son, Inc. Lntch and striker construc- 
tion. 2.074,079 : Mar. 23. 

Brnntlngson, Sigurd, Palisades Park, N. J., assignor to 
Pnuicls K(>il & Son, Inc. Door lock construction. 
2,077,110; Apr. 13. 

Brant IngsoB, Sigurd, PalIsa(k'S Park, N. .T., assignor to 
Francis Ki-il i^ Son, Inc. Illnge const met Ion. 
2,0S3,110; June 8. 

Itniiilly, John IC, Avonnl, Cnllf. Welt pipe and tool 
Joint. 2,()7:!,00:! : Mar. 0. 

I'.i.Miillv, .loliii ]•;., .Vvenal, Cnllf. Comontlng wells. 
2,075,882 ; Apr. 6. 



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Brantly, John E., Avenal, Calif. Well drilling control 
system. 2,080,804 ; Jlay 18. 

Brantlv. Xewby O., assignor to Penn Elastic Company, 
Inc.," Pliiladelpliia, Pa. Knitting macliine for manufac- 
ure of elastic strips or pieces. 2.067,900 ; Jan. 19. 

Braren, Cornelius I. (See Kimball. W. D.. and Braren.) 

Brasch, Arno, and F. Lange. Berlin, Germany. Appara- 
tus for producing extremely fast corpuscular rays. 
2,099.327 : Xov. 16. 

Braselton, Chester H. (See Donle, Harold P., assignor.) 

Braselton, Chester H., New York. X. Y.. assignor to !<lrian 
Lamp Company, Newark, X. J. Electric lamp for pro- 
ducing short wave length radiation. 2,069,713 ; Feb. 2. 

Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
Sirian Wire and Contact Company, Newark, N. J. 
Tungsten metal and making the same. 2,077,873 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Sirian 
Lamp Company, Newark, N. J. Electric radiation de- 
vice. 2,088,544 ; July 27. 

Braselton. Chester H., New York, N. Y., assignor to Na- 
tional Television Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Elec- 
tric discharge lamp. 2,088,545 ; July 27. 

Brastield. Evan \s ., tjhelheld, Ala. Reversible reduction 
gear. 2,101,774; Dec. 7. 

Brashares. Harry E., St. Paul, Minn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Union Switch & Signal Company, 
Swissvale, Pa. Protected switch operating system. 
2.066,455 ; Jan. 5. 

Brass Products Company. (See Haldane, David H., as- 
signor.) 

Brassell, Alvy E., Hazlehurst, Miss. Time actuated mech- 
anism. 2,067,472 ; Jan. 12. 

Brassert, H. A., & Company. (See Andrews, Charles W., 
assignor.) 

Brassert, H. A., & Co. (See Paschke, M., and Peetz, 
assignors.) 

Brassert, Herman A., Chicago, 111., assignor to A. JI. 
Bvers Companv, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacture of 
wrousht iron. 2,095.965 ; Oct. 19. 

Brassert, H. A., & Company. (See Seaver, J. J., Kinney, 
Kirk, and Andrews, assignors.) 

Brassert-Tidewater Development Corporation. (See Boyn- 
tou, Arthur J., assignor.) 

Brassert-Tidewater Development Corporation. (See Cur- 
ran, M. D., and Sloss, assignors.) 

Erasseur, Ernest J., Winnetka. assignor to A. B. Dick 
Company, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for preparing sten- 
cils. 2,087,082 ; July 13. 

Brasseur, Ernest J., Winnetka, assignor to A. B. Dick 
Company, Chicago, 111. Power transmission. 

2.092.241 ; Sept. 7. 

Brasseur, Ernest J., Winnetka, assignor to A. B. Dick 
Companv, Chicago, 111. Duplicating machine. 

2.092.242 ; Sept. 7. 

Brasted, Clair H., East Cleveland, Ohio. Lawn edger. 
2.093,413 ; Sept. 21. 

Brasty, .Joseph. (See Morgenstern, J., and Brasty.) 

Bratkowski, Joseph, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Rat 
trap. 2,087,137 ; July 13. 

Bratring, Kurt, Berlln-Charlottenburg, Germany. Mold 
for making hollow articles from plastic materials. 
2.100.832 ; Xov. 30. 

Bratschie, Amiel, East Palestine, Ohio. Air turbine. 
2,075,423 : Mar. 30. 

Braude, Felix. (See Bennett, H., and Braude.) 

Braude, Simon, Paris, France. Wrapping device. 
2,071,610 ; Feb. 23. 

Brauer, Walter, Houston. Tex. Sidetracking tool. 
2.102.05.- : Dec. 14. 

Brauer, Wilhelm. (See Bornkessel, B., Breltling, Brauer, 
and Lehmann.) 

Braun, August W., Vienna, Austria. Arrangement for 
the automatic steering of motor vehicles. 2,074.251 ; 
Mar. IB. 

Braun, Carl L. (See Lodge, Alfred L., assignor.) 

Braun, Constantine A., Pottsville, Pa. Collector ring and 
distributor. 2,069,129 : Jan. 26. 

Braun. Constantine A., Pottsville, Pa. Turn indicating 
system and apparatus. 2,081,790; May 25. 

Braun, Ernest J., Stamford, Conn., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Xemours & Companv, Wilmington, Del. Din- 
ing table equipment. 2,074,769: Mar. 23. 

Braun. Frank C, X»?w York, N. Y. Easel sprav. 
2.07-5.006 : Mar. 30. 

Braun, Frederick W., Newark, and S. Sempliner, Hillside, 
N.J. Reflecting signal. 2.086..598 ; July 13. 

Braun, Gwilym S. (See Huffman, R. I., and Braun.) 

Braun. Herman F. (See Laughlin, S. L., Braun, and 
Smith.) 

Braun. Karl, Berlin-Frohnau, and H. Plauson, Berlin, 
Germany. Manufacturing soap. 2,100,047 : Nov. 23. 

Braun, Sylvan, assignor to The Enterprise Manufactur- 
ing Company of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Pa. Food 
handling apparatus. 2.077.30G ; Apr. 13. 

Braun. William .\. (See Bf^sel. A., and P.rann.) 

Braund, John J.. Washington. D. C. Relief map dupli- 
cating inaobine. 2.066.55.-> ; J:in. n. 

Brauner. Pincus, Haverhill, Sfass. Shoe press. 2,076,696 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Brauner. Pincu.s. Haverhill. Mass. Machine for cement- 
ing soIps to shoes. 2,076,697 ; Apr. 13. 



Brauning, Karl A., assignor to The Yale & Towne Manu- 
facturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Lock. 2,079,583 ; 
May 4. 

Braunschweig. Frederick W.. South Gate, Calif. In- 
flatable luminair shade. 2,078,707 ; Apr. 27. 
Braunschweiger Huttenwerk G. m. b. H. (See Meier. 
Ernst, assignor.) 

Braunsdort", Otto. (See Eckert, W., Braunsdorf, and 
Fischer.) 

Braus, Karl. (See Baehr, H., and Braus.) 

Bravi, Giuseppe, Varose, Italy. Chain machine for the 
production of wood chips or shavings. 2,080,557 ; 
May 18. 

Crawu, Guv F., South Portland. Maine. Cover construc- 
tion for containers. 2.070.S81 : Feb. 16. 

Bray. Artliur. (See Bray. Thomas, assignor.) 

Brav, Lawrence L., Waukesha, Wis. Illuminated signal. 
2,092,664 ; Sept. 7. 

Brar, Nelson H., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to Al 
Espinosa, Akron, Ohio. Ventilated handle. 2,086,062 ; 
July 6. 

Bray, Stuart E., Chula Vista, Calif. Calculating ap- 
paratus. 2,093,124 ; Sept. 14. 

Bray, Thomas, assignor to Arthur Bray. Arlington Heights, 
111. Draft regulating system. 2,067.872 : Jan. 12. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Bitumi- 
nous cement. 2,080,688 ; May IS. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Sep- 
arating wax from asphalt-wax mixtures. 2,081,733 ; 
May 25. 

Bray. Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Treat- 
ing oils. 2.081,734 ; May 25. 

Bray, Ulric B., assignor to Union Oil Company of Cali- 
fornia. Los Angeles, Calif. Producing lubricating oil. 
2,081,731 ; May 25. 

Bray, Ulric B.. and L. B. Beelcwith, Palos Verdes Estates, 
assignors to Union Oil Company of California, Los 
Angeles. Calif. Producing a bituminous emulsion. 
2,080,689 : May 18. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, and L. B. Beckwith, 
San Pedro, assignors to Union Oil Company of Cali- 
fornia, Los Angeles. Calif. Filled asphalt and produc- 
ing same. 2.080.690 ; May 18. 

Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, and C. E. Swift, 
Glendale, assignors to Union Oil Company of Cali- 
fornia. Los Angeles, Calif. Treating oils. 2,081,473 ; 
May 25. 

Bray, Ulric B.. Palos Verdes Estates, and D. E. Carr, 
Naples, assignors to Union Oil Company of California, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Dewaxing oils. 2,081,732 ; May 25. 

Bray. Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Solvent 
extraction of oils. 2,100,429 ; Nov. 30. 

Bray, Ulric B.. Palos Verdes Estates, and C. E. Swift, 
Glendale. assignors to Union Oil Company of California. 
Los .\ngeles. Calif. Producing lubricating oils. 
2.101. r;Os : Der. 7. 

Bray. William N. (See Elliott. H. E.. and Br.ay.) 

Bray, William N.. Leicester, and A. H. Cousins, Kettering, 
England, assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corpora- 
tion, Paterson, N. J. Sole edge wetting device. 
2,085.846 : July 6. 

Bra.ver Brothers Construction Corporation. (See Brayer, 
Edward H., assignor.) 

Brayer, Edward H., assignor to Braver Brothers Con- 
struction Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. "Meter. 2,082,788 ; 
June 8. 

Brayer, Edward H., assignor to Brayer Brothers Con- 
struction Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Meter. 2,084,317 ; 
June 22. 

Brayton. Pearl A., Washington. D. C. Visually segre- 
gating columned entries. 2.090,102; Aug. 17. 

Braz, Manuel F., Sr.. Hilo, Hawaii. Egg slicer. 2,095,913 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Brazel. Frank W. (See Williams, P., and BrazeL) 

Brazell, James E., .toinerville, assignor of forty-five per 
cent to C. E. Laffertv and ten per cent to G. Edgar, 
Rush County. Tex. Sand pump. 2.087,590 ; July 20. 

Breaker, Ernest R., San Antonio, Tex. Apparatus for 
loading rails and ties. 2,077,738 ; Apr. 20. 

Brecht, William F.. Toledo, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Plaskon Companv, Incorporated. In- 
strument case. 2,095,787 ; Oct. 12. 

Brecht, Winston A., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Flexible gear drive. 2,070,329 ; Feb. 9. 

Brockenridge. Robert W.. Ridcewood. N, J., assignor to 
Reynolds Metals Company, New York, N. Y. Tear tab 
closure. 2.068,444 ; Jan. 19. 

Bredehoft, Harold A., Millington, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Ringer. 2,082,095 ; June 1. 

Bredehoft, Harold A., Millington. N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Electromagnetic device. 2.089,334; Aue. 10. 

Bredeson, Albert O., assignor to Super Radiator Corp., 
Minneapolis. Minn. Pipe coupling. 2,077.035 ; Apr. 
13. 

Breed. Charles W.. Western Springs, and G. R. Burkhardt, 
Chicago, 111. Shimmed rail ioint. 2,067.375 ; Jan. 12. 



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Breeden, Samuel G., Memphis, Tenn. Parking meter. 
2,096,155 ; Oct. 19. 

Breedlove, Harry B., Memphis, Tenn. Radio transmission 
and roception. 2,101,520 ; Dec. 7. 

Breer, Carl, assignor to Chrysler Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Automotive vehicle. 2,084,572 ; June 22. 

Breer, Carl, Grosse Pointe Park, G. C. Goode, Birming- 
ham, and V. W. Sherman, assignors to Chrysler Corpo- 
ration, Detroit, Mich. Electric speedometer. 2,091.025 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Breese, James L., Santa Fe, N. Mex., assignor to Oil 
Devices Corporation, Columbus, Ohio. Svsfitch actuat- 
ing attachment for motor vehicle clutch pedals. 
2,077,511 ; Apr. 20. 

Breese, James L., Jr., Santa Fe, N. Mex., assignor to 
Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. 
Means for heating engines. 2,092,497 ; Sept. 7. 

Breese, James L., «anla Fe, N. Mex. Draft regulator. 
2,102,884 ; Dec. 21. 

Breese, Merrill D., et al. (See Highsmith, Gale V., as- 
signor.) 

Breese, Paula A. M., Woodbury, N. Y. Hygienic device. 
2,095,377 ; Oct. 12. 

Breese, Robert P., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpo- 
ration, South Bend, Ind. Power operator control mech- 
anism. 2,068,942 ; Jan. 26. 

Breese, Robert P., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion, South Bend, Ind. Gear shifting mechanism. 
2,081,527 ; May 25. 

Breese, Robert P., assignor to Bendix Products Corpora- 
tion, South Bend, Ind. Coupling. 2,092,243 ; Sept. 7. 

Breeze Corporations, Inc. (tiee Begg, Koss H., assignor.) 

Breeze Corporations, Inc. (See Mascuch, J. J., Gardner, 
and Flynt, assignors.) 

Breeze Corporation, Inc. (See Mascuch, J. J., Rodman, 
and Lampton, assignors.) 

Brehob, Frederick H., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Cooling system for internal combustion 
engine arrangements. 2,084,187 ; June 15. 

Breidenbaugh, Christian P. (See Turner, J. F., and 
Breidonbaugh.) 

Breisch, Edgar W. (See Graves, Clarence J., Rupp, and 
Breisch.) 

BreiKch, Edgar W., Lancaster, N. Y. Battery charging 
and testing apparatus. 2,101,571 ; Dec. 7. 

Breitenstein, Albert F., assignor to The Geometric Tool 
Company, New Haven, Conn. Thread cutting chaser. 
2,099,721 : Nov. 23. 

Breitenstein, Albert F., assignor to The Geometric Tool 
Company, New Haven, Conn. Taper-thread-cutting tool. 
2,100,376; Nov. 30. 

Breitenstein, Charles J. (See Nicolaus, F. G., and Breiten- 
stein.) 

Breitenstein, Charles J., and D. E. Hooker, assignors to 
R. T. Moloney, Chicago, 111. Clieck handling apparatus. 
2.081,1 0:^ ; May 25. 

Breitenstein, Harold L., assignor to All-Steel-Equip Com- 
pany, Aurora, 111. Outlet box. 2,092,367 ; Sept. 7. 

Breitenstein, Herbert G., assignor to Raymond T. Moloney, 
Chicago, 111. Game. 2,088,258 ; July 27. 

Breitenstein, Herbert G., assignor to R. T. Moloney, 
Chicago, 111. Game of skill. 2,090,613; Aug. 24. 

Breitenstein, Herbert G., assignor to R. T. Moloney, Chi- 
cago, 111. Gnme of skill. 2,093,162 ; Sept. 14. 

Breitenstein, Herbert G., assignor to R. T. Moloney, Chi- 
cago, 111. Game of skill. 2,093,163 ; Sept. 14. 

Breitenstein, Herbert G., assignor to R. T. Moloney, 
Chicago, 111. Game of skill. 2,094,633 ; Oct. 5. 

Breitenstein, Herbert G., assignor to R. T. Moloney, Chi- 
cago, HI. Game apparatu.s. 2,094.634 ; Oct. 5. 

Brcicling, Ernst. (See Bornkessel, B., Breitling, Brauer, 
and Lehniann.) 

Breitling, Ernst, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany, assignor to 
The National Cash Reginter Company, Daylon, Ohio. 
Accounting macliine. 2,071,387 ; Feb. 23. 

Breitling, Ernst, Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany, assignor to 
The National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Accounting machine. 2,071,388; Feb. 23. 

Breitling, Ernst, Essen, Germany, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The National Cash Register Co., Dayton, 
Ohio. Recording machine. 2,080,049 ; May 18. 

Breitling, Ernst, iSerlin-Tenipelliof, and J. I'at'/.elt, Ber- 
lin, Germany, assignors to the National Cash Register 
Company, Dayton, Ohio. Cash register, accounting and 
the like machine. 2,075,635 ; Mar. 30. 
Breitling, Ernst, Berlln-Templehof, and J. Patzelt, Ber- 
lin, Germany, assignors to The National Cash Register 
Company, Dayton, Ohio. DilTcrontial device for cash 
registers, accounting and the like machines. 2,088,634 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Breitling, lOrnst, Berlin-Tempelhof, and It. Scluvonk, 
Berlin, Germany, assignor.s to The National Cash Reg- 
ister Comi)any, Davlon, Ohio. Cash register, account- 
ing, and the like ninchine. 2,101 ,():U1 ; Dee. 7. 
Brekelhaum, Erwin C, Hamburg, Germany. Helmet for 

electric-arc welders. 2,086.208; July 6. 
Breil, Jules J., assignor of one-half to H. Radzlnsky, 
and one-half to K. Dembar, New York, N. Y. Mop. 
2,092,560; Sept. 7. 
Broil, Jules J.. asBlgnor of one-half to H. Radzlnsky, and 
one-half to R. Dembar, New York, N. Y. Mop Blmklng 
device. 2,002,570; Sept. 7. 
Brclsford, Harry Ifl. (See Howse, C. L., and Brelsford.) 



Brelsford, Harry E., assignor to Diamond Power Specialty 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Indicating and control 
mechanism. 2,091,303 ; Aug. 31. 

Brelsford, James B. (See Couch, H. H., Watkins, and 
Brelsford.) 

Brembeck, Howard S., North Manchester, assignor to 
The Cyclone Manufacturing Co., Urbana, Ind. Float 
controlled drinking fountain. 2,097,719 ; Nov. 2. 

Bremer, Edmund W., Weehawkeu Township, Hudson 
County, N. J., assignor to Electroloy Company, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Resistance welding electrode. 2,094,784 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Bremer, Norman C, Ithaca, N. Y. Cooling system for 
internal combustion motors. 2,080,600 ; May 18. 

Bremer, William S., New Washington, Ohio. Cooking 
utensil. 2,071,318 ; Feb. 23. 

Bremser, Albert T. (See Anderson, G. V., and Bremser.) 

Bren, Bozetech C, Cedar Grove, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Preparing N-alkoxyalkyl aryl sulphon- 
amides. 2,971,917 ; Feb. 23. 

Brendt; Henry, Chicago, 111. Heater. 2.073,674 ; Mar. 16. 

Brenholm, Nels, assignor of one-third to R. M. Wright, 
Stevenson, and one-third to G. Guyette, Cook, Wash. 
Jack hammer bit. Re. 20,468 ; Aug. 17. 

Brenizer, Mae F., executors, et al. (See Brenizer, 
Orson W.) 

Brenizer, Orson W., deceased, by M. F. Brenizer, Philadel- 
phia, and R. C. Brenizer, Upper Darby, Pa., and S. B. 
Brenizer, Dundalk, Md., executors, assignors of one- 
fourth to A. V. Groupe, Philadelphia, Pa. Tool for 
compressing sleeves upon wires. 2,086,400 ; July 6. 

Brenizer, R. Courtland, executors, et al. (See Brenizer, 
Orson W.) 

Brenizer, Stuart B., executors, et al. (See Brenizer, 
Orson W.) 

Brenkert Light Pro.iection Company. (See Brenkert, 
Wayne D., assignor.) 

Brenkert, Wayne D., assignor to Brenkert Light Projec- 
tion Company. Detroit, Mich. Ventilating system for 
arc lamps. 2.101,038; Dec. 7. 

Brenn, Carl W., Montclair, assignor to Autographic Reg- 
ister Company, Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding. 2,067,376 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Brenn, Carl W., Montclair, N. J. News and advertisement 
exhibiting. 2,081,264 ; May 25. 

Brenn, Carl W., Montclair, N. J. News and advertisement 
exhibiting. 2,081,265 ; May 25. 

Brenn, Carl W., Jlontclair, assignor to Autographic Regis- 
ter Co., Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding device. 2,082,730 ; 
June 1. 

Brennan, Daniel A., Chicago, 111. Fastener. Re. 20,233 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Brennan, Edward A., Savannah, Ga., S. E. Cairncross, 
Palisades Park, N. J., T. Hasselstrom, New York, N. Y., 
and W. Hull, Savannah, Ga. Rosin acid and producing 
the same. 2,072,628 ; Mar. 2. 

Brennan, Edward J. (See Heany, J. A., and Brennan.) 

1-srennan, Edward J. (See 'S'alcntine, T. G., and Brennan.) 

Brennan, Edward .7., Springtield, 111. Radio scrip control 
device. 2.078,834; Apr. 27. 

Brennan, James G., Baltimore, Md. Duplicator. 
2,101,000; Nov. 30. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Fort Wayne, Ind. Sound reproduc- 
ing device. 2,000,025; Aug. 17. 

Brennan, Joseph B., and E. L. Marsh, Fort Wayne, Ind., 
said Marsh assignor to said Brennan. Electrolyte and 
making same. 2,095,960; Oct. 19. 

Brennan, Martin J., Milwaukee, Wis. Camp stove. 
2,080,109 ; May 11. 

Brennan, Patrick J., assignor of one-half to Edw. Fox 
Baking Co., Inc., York, Pa. Forming rolls and pastries. 
2,072,793 ; Mar. 2. 

Brennan, Patrick J., assignor of one-lialf to Edw. Fox 
Baking Co., Inc., York, I'a. Making bakers' products in 
various shapes. 2,075,600 ; Mar. 30. 

Brennan, Robert, Auckland, New Zealand. Telephonic 
time announcer. 2,078,312 ; Apr. 27. 

Brennecke, Walter, Wolfen Kreis Bltterfeld, K. Broder- 
sen, Dessau, and E. Hubert, Dessau-ZIebigk, assignors 
to I. G. Farbenlndustrie Aktlengi-sellschnft, Frankfort- 
on-the-Main, Germany. Desulphurlzatlon and after- 
treatment of viscose artinclal silk. 2,092,203 ; Sept. 7. 

Brenner, .Alijlioiise, Sluoveport, La. Ueclining chair. 
2.093,510; Sept. 21. 

Brenner, Bernard W., Croydon, assignor of one-half to 
P. Shefras, London, England. Coin-, token-, or check- 
freed apparatus for playing a game of skill. 2,070,000 ; 
May 4. 

Brenner, Bert, Union, N. J., a-sslgnor to S. Cohn, New York, 
N. Y. Bridge wire. 2.080,110; May It. 

Brenner, Charles M., Shreveport, La. Hand tool for 
m.iklng joints on tubular members. 2,100,0."i!) ; Nov. 

I!r(Miiier, George P., Milwaukee, Wis. Denture. 2,005,432 ; 

Oct. 12. 
llicimer, Jack L., Utlcn, asslcnor to Sluiron ("hitlcnl 

("oiiipaiiv, Inc., Geneva, N. Y. I<ena marker. 2,007,832 ; 

Nov. 2. 
HreniKM', SMinuel L. (See De Vortor. Walton, nsulgnor.) 
Itn-niii'r, William F., Tdalla, Colo. Dust seal for auto- 

motive engines. 2.083,083; Juno 15. 



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Brent, George F., and J. M. Guthi-ie, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
said Outlirie assignor to said Brent. Venetian blind. 
2,0()9,0S4 ; Jan. 26. 

Brent, John T., New York, N. Y. Protective awning. 
2,082,777 ; June 8. 

Brenzinger, Julius, Fairfield, Conn. Sheet-material con- 
tainer and making same. 2,101,530 : Dec. 7. 

Bresducli, Inc. (See Perlson, David, assignor.) 

Breslove, Abel H., assignor to Van Cleef Bros., Chicago, 
111. Clamp for use in vulcanizing. 2,088,129 ; July 27. 

Bressler, Albert M., New York, N. Y. Handbag. 
2,099,924 ; Nov. 23. 

Bresson, Charles, Villeurbanne, assignor to Ateliers de 
Constructions Electriques de Delle, Paris, France. Elec- 
tric circuit breaker. 2,084,936 ; June 22. 

Bretli, Ferdinand W., Petrolia, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Lubricating oil. 2,088,898 ; Aug. 3. 

Brethen, Charles A., assignor to All Metal Products Com- 
pany, Wvaudotte, Mich. Electric lighting system for 
toys. 2,083,594 ; June 15. 

Bretuey, Carl E., Cleveland, Ohio. Kitchen utensil. 
2,081,105 ; May 25. 

Breton, Paul. (See Gu(5rin, M., and Breton.) 

Bretschger, Max E., Buffalo, assignor to Buffalo Electro- 
Chemical Company, Inc., Tonawanda, N. Y. Vending 
container. 2,071,679 : Feb. 23. 

Brett, George F. (See Rust, N. M., and Brett.) 

Brett, Henry E., Los Angeles, Calif. Continuous pressure 
coolver and sterilizer. 2.081,440 ; May 25. 

Brett, Roy C. (See O'Brien, W. J., and Brett.) 

Brett, Sereno E., Portland, Oreg., and G. H. Rarey, Fort 
Benning, Ga., U. S. Army. Turret gun mount. 
2,066,326 ; Jan. 5. 

Bretton, Georges, Saint-Etlenne, France. Sporting gun. 
2,087,661 : July 20. 

Breucr Electric Mfg. Co. (See Jonn, Tage G., assignor.) 

Breuer, Karl, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Curtain rail. 
2,093,708 ; Sept. 21. 

Breuer, Marcel, Zurich, Switzerland. Frame for spring 
seats. 2,084,310; June 22. 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, Conn., assignor of 
one-half to P. J. Kury, Arverne, N. Y. Control means 
for motor vehicles. 2,072,999 ; Mar. 9. 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, Conn., assignor of 
one-half to P. J. Kury, Arverne, N. Y. Clutch control 
system. 2,078,173 ; Apr. 20. 

Brewer, Charles A., Noroton Heights, Conn., assignor of 
one-half to P. J. Kury, Arverne, N. Y. Valve. 
2,078,174 ; Apr. 20. 

Brewer, Frederick C, and F. W. Johanet, assignors to 
Footsure Company, Incorporated, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Suction cup. 2,084,126 ; June 15. 

Brewer, Nathaniel. (See Ayres, A. U., and Brewer.) 

Brewer, Nicholas L., Agawam, Mass., assignor to Savage 
Arms Corporation, New York, N. Y. Firearm. 
2.094,577 ; Oct. 5. 

Brewer, Robert B. (See Roe, William C, assignor.) 

Brewer Titchener Corporation, The. (See Johannsen, 
Udo K., assignor.) 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation, The. (See Wenn, Floyd D., 
assignor.) 

Brewster-Ideal Chocolate Company. (See Paton, Alex 
W., assignor.) 

Brewster, Oswald C, M. G. Paulus, and A. E. Thompson, 
C^asper, Wyo., assignors to Standard Oil Company, 
Wliiting, Ind. Continuous pressure distillation process. 
2,098,772 : Nov. 9. 

Brewster, Percy D., Rumson, N. J. Photography. 
2,070,222 ; Feb. 9. 

Brey, Clarence F., New York, N. Y. Necktie rack. 
2,080,805 ; May 18. 

Breyer, Felix, assignor to Telefunken Gesollschaft fiir 
Drahtlose Tolcgraphie m. b. II., Berlin, Germany. Elec- 
tric discharge tube. 2,096,156; Oct. 19. 

Breyer. Frank G., et al. (See Daniel, Friedrich K., as- 
signor.) 

Breyfogpl, Albert W., Howard Beach, N. Y., assignor to 
The Western Union Tolesrraph Company. New Y'ork, 
N. Y. Printing telegraph system. Re. 2(5,236 ; Jan. 12. 

Brian, William S. (See Bain, G. W., and Brian.) 

Brice, Leonard J., Monongahela, Pa. Fuel saving device 
for internal combustion engines. 2,080,302 ; May 11. 

Bricher, Harold D. (See Schmidt, C. A., and Bricher.) 

Brick, Irving L., 'Now York, N. Y., assignor to I'. Sorensen 
Manufacturing Compnny, Incorporated. Apparatus for 
testing Ignition coils and condensers. 2,071,279 ; Feb. 
16. 

Brick, Perry A., assignor to Perfection Steel Body Com- 
pany, Gallon, Ohio. Dump body hoist mechanism. 
2,087,138; July 13. 

Brick Trust Limited. (See Pechin, Louis C. F., as- 
signor.) 

Brickett, Edward M. (See Brown, R. L., Walters, Cole- 
man, and Brickett.) 

Brickett, Edward M., North Clielmsford, Mass., and S. A. 
Coleman, Pelham, N. H., assignors to California Proc- 
ess Company, Los Angeles, C^alif. Dusting machine. 
2,092,693 ; Sept. 7. 

Brickett, Edward M., North Chelmsford, Mass., S. A. Cole- 
man, Polham, N. H., and A. W. Benolt, Maiden, IMass.. 
assignors to California Process Company, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Apparalus for removing extraneous matters 
from wool. 2,095,160 ; Oct. 6. 



Brickman, Alan E., and G. A. Gleason, Worcester, Mass., 
assignors to The American Steel and Wire Company 
of New Jersey. Flexible conduit with end fittings. 
2,074,770 ; Mar. 23. 

Brickman, Alan E., and G. A. Gleason, Worcester, JIass., 
assignors to The American Steel and Wire Company 
of New Jersey. Road guard. 2,074,771 ; Mar. 23. 

Brickman, Alan E., and G. A. Gleason, Worcester, Mass., 
assignors to The American Steel and Wire Company 
of New Jersey. Guardrail. 2,089,929 ; Aug. 10. 

Brickman, Alan E., and G. A. Gleason, Worcester, Mass., 
assignors to The American Steel and Wire Company of 
New Jersey. Manufacture of brake controls. 2,092,830 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Brickman, Alan E., and G. A. Gleason, Worcester, Mass., 
'assignors to The American Steel and Wire Company 
of New Jersey. Rail bond terminal. 2,095,592 ; Oct. 
12. 

Brickman, Alan E., and G. A. Gleason, Worcester, Mass., 
assignors to Tlie American Steel and Wire Company of 
New Jersey. Bar mat clip. 2,102,566 ; Dec. 14. 

Brickner, Arthur J., Muskegon Heights, Mich. Feeler 
gauge. 2,000,178 ; Aug. 17. 

Brick-V-Neer Sales Company. (See Willson, Lester E., 
assignor. ) 

Bridenbaugh, Elmer H. (See Steckel, E. A., Jr., and 
Bridenbaugh. ) 

Bridenbaugh, Elmer H., Denver, Colo., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Power Bed Company. Wall 
bed. 2,067,136 ; Jan. 5. 

Bridge, Lawrence D., Blairsville, Pa. Automobile running 
board. 2,081,899 ; June 1. 

Bridgens, Walter R., Northenden, Manchester, England. 
Lifting jack and jacking system for vehicles. 2,079,149 ; 
May 4. 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Broecker, Lewis C, as- 
signor.) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Broecker, L. C, and 
Ferguson, assignors. ) 

Bridgeport Brass Company. (See Morris, Alan, assignor.) 

Bridgeport Bronze Company, The. (See Marsllius, New- 
man M., assignor.) 

Bridgeport Metal (Joods Manufacturing Company, The. 
(See Abbotts, Leonard, assignor.) 

Bridgeport Metal Goods Manufacturing Company, The. 
(See Fullmer, Giles C, assignor.) 

Bridgeport Metal Goods Manufacturing Company, The. 
(See Houlilian, Rudolph N., assignor.) 

Bridgeport Thermostat Company. (See Mantle, Joseph 
G. C, assignor.) 

Bridgeport Thermostat Company. (See Ward, Marshall 
H., assignor.) 

Bridges, Edward G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Lynch Corporation, Anderson, Ind. Glass blowing ma- 
chine. 2,069,130 ; Jan. 26. 

Bridges, Edward G., Anderson, Ind., assignor to Lynch 
Corporation. Method and apparatus for tlie manufac- 
ture of hollow glass articles. 2.071,295 : Feb. 16. 

Bridges, Frank R., Needham, assignor to The Ganiewell 
Company, Newton Upper Falls, Mass. Multiple signal- 
ing system. 2.071,060 ; Feb. 16. 

Bridges, Joseph E., Independence, Mo. Meat tenderer. 
2,098,856 ; Nov. 9. 

Bridges, Kenneth C, assignor to W. H. Tail, Toronto, 
Ontario, Canada. Aerial lead for radio reception. 
2,090,026 : Aug. 17. 

Bridges, Kenneth L., assignor to Socony- Vacuum Oil Com- 
pany, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Making a wear 
indicating tire. 2,102.784 ; Dec. 21. 

Bridges. Stanley R., Bush Hill Park, Enfield, England, 
assignor to Hardman, Peck & Company, New York, 
N. Y. Miniature piano. 2,073,361 ; Mar. 9. 

Brrd^ham, Arthur L., dece.ased, Boston, Mass. ; E. R. 
Bridgham, administratrix. Device for controlling the 
discharge of gaseous fluids or material. 2,091,939 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Bridgham, Edna R., administratrix. (See Bridgham, 
Arthur L., assignor.) 

Brieehle, Ambrosius, Brooklyn, N. Y". Signal apparatus. 
2,097,050 ; Oct. 26. 

Brieehle, Henry N. (See Larsen, G., and Brieehle.) 

Brierley, Claude E., Utica, N. Y. Automatic-loom shuttle. 
2,082,678 ; June 1. 

P.rietzckp, Edmund H. (See Peate, George A., assignor.) 

Brigp, Tulio A., Caracas, Venezuela. Collapsible tnbe 
cap. 2,085,629 ; June 29. 

Briggs, Andra L. (See Briggs, Earle C, assignor.) 

Briggs, Arthur J., assignor to Sicuro Corporation, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Milk bottle capping machine. 2,069,351 ; 
Feb. 2. 

Briggs, Earle C, Brockton, assignor of one-tenth to A. 
L. Briggs, Brockton, Mass. Variable speed transmis- 
sion device. 2,088,834 ; Aug. 3. 

Briggs, George L., Oneida, N. Y. Skid chain. 2,074,534 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Briggs. Howland F., assignor to Consolidated Packaging 
Machinery Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Sewing machine 
feed-dog mechanism. 2,075.973 ; Apr. 6. 

Briggs, Howland F., Buffalo, assignor to Bagpak, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Bag filling machine. 2,078,313 ; Apr. 
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Briggs, Howland F., Buffalo, and R. N. Cundall, Lacka- 
wanna, assignors to Consolidated Packaging Machinery 
Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Sewing machine. 2,079,062 ; 
May 4. 

Briggs, John E., Detroit, Mich. Water control for boilers. 
2,078,479 ; Apr. 27. 

Briggs, Joseph A., Erlton, N. J., assignor to Philco Radio 
& Television Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Tuning in- 
dicator for radio receivers. 2,0G9,131 ; Jan. 26. 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Ball, Albert P., 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Budds, H. H., and 
Gorzelany, assignors.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Graf, Vincent J., 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Marshall, William, 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Marshall, W., and 
Fryer, assignors.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Platz, Henry T., 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Prance, Alvin W., 
assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Richardson, Fred- 
erick G., assignor ) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Tjaarda, John, 
assignor. ) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Wexelberg, Clar- 
ence E., assignor.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Wexelberg, C. E., 
and Hobbs. assignors.) 

Briggs Manufacturing Company. (See Zablocki, Eugene 
C, assignor.) 

Briggs, Maynard R., Chicopee Falls, Mass., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Frequency stabilizing circuit. 
2,088,461 ; July 27. 

Briggs, Robert E., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The 
Jeffrey Manufacturing Company. Material treating 
apparatus. 2,102,990 ; Dec. 21. 

Briggs, Robert E., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The 
Jeffrey Manufacturing Company. Sewage disposal ap- 
paratus. 2,102,991 ; Dec. 21. 

Briggs, Robert S., Upland, Calif. Clothes drying ap- 
paratus. 2,08,0,788 ; July 6. 

Briggs, Southwick W., Glenmont, Md. Pressure filter. 
2,072,393 ; Mar. 2. 

Briggs, Southwick W., Washington, D. C. Purifying lu- 
bricating oil. 2,073,442 ; Mar. 9. 

Briggs, Southwick W., Washington, D. C. Oil filter and 
cartridge therefor. 2,092,548; Sept. 7. 

Briggs, Stephen F., Chenequa, assignor to Briggs & Strat- 
ton Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Carburetor. 
2,069,642 ; Feb. 2. 

Briggs, Stephen F., Chenequa, assignor to Briggs & 
Stratton Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Filter. 
2,070,039 ; Feb. 9. 

Briggs, Stephen F., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Briggs & 
Stratton Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Spare wheel 
lode. 2,085,725; July 6. 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Briggs, Stephen F., 
assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Brown, Jerome, as- 
signor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Coughlin, Charles 
L., assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Fitz Gerald, John 
W., assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Jacobi, Edward N., 
assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Liss, Samuel A., 
assignor.) 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation. (See Mack, Perry E., 
assignor.) 

Brighten, Frank, London, England. Bathing cap. 
2,074,208 ; Mar. 16. 

Brightwell, Curtis F., Pasadena, Calif. Motor or pump. 
2,009,193; No-s . 16. 

Brightwcll, Tliaddeus S., Rankin, 'assignor of one-fourth 
to W. E, Scholt'/., Braddock, Pa. Cutting machine. 
2,008,445 ; Jan. 19. 

Brill. Almiliarn K., and W. A. Wake, assignors to The 
lti'i>ul)lic l£iil)ber Conii)any, Youngstown, N. Y. Treat- 
iiicnl of rubber articles. 2,302,456: Dec. M. 

Brill, J. G., Company, The. (See Browne, A. T., and 
Guernsey, assignors.) 

Brill, John L., Newark, assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Comp.nny, Wilminglon, Del. Fertilizer man- 
ufacture. 2,102,836; Dec. 21. 

Brill, John \j., Newark, assignor to E. I. dn Pont do 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Fertilizer man- 
ufacture. 2,102,831 ; Dec. 21. 

Brill, John Ia, and R. W. Plummor, Newark, N. J., as- 
signors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wil- 
mington, Del. Preparation of acid amides. 2,002,723; 
Sept. 7. 

Brill, Kiiiloir. (See Sclienennimn, A., Brill, and Wletzel.) 

Brill, William E., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. IMslon. 2,092,509; 
Kepi. 7. 

Brink, Wlnfield S., assignor to The Fircslonp Sleel Prod- 
uclH Conipiiny, Akron, Ohio. Spacer. 2,100,620; Nov. 
30. 



Brinckerhoff, James E., Orange, N. J., J. D. McCullough, 
West New Brighton, N. Y., and R. E. Swift, Chatham, 
N. J., assignors to The Babcock & Wilcox Company, 
Newark, N. J. Furnace construction. 2,091,224 ; Aug. 
24. 

Brinkerhoff, Harry M. (See Mulhare, Andrew F., as- 
signor.) 

Brinkert, Carroll A., assignor to The Timken Silent Auto- 
matic Company, Detroit, Blich. Motor suspension. 
2,069,694 ; Feb. 2. 

Brinkman, Laura, et al. (See Brinkman, Louis H., as- 
signor.) 

Brinkman, William C, Chicago, 111. Mixing valve. 
2,083,360 ; June 8. 

Brinkmann, Heinricli, Dortmund, Germany. Ladle for 
casting fluid metal. 2,098,937 ; Nov. 16. 

Brinton, Cecil C, Kidderminster, England. Machine for 
making carpets and other tufted or piled products. 
2,069,912 ; Feb. 9. 

Brinton, Christian H. (See Tevander, O. N., and Brin- 
ton.) 

Brinton, Christian H., Oak Park, assignor to Standard 
Cap and Seal Corporation, Chicago, 111. Bottle cap- 
ping mechanism. 2,076,116 ; Apr. 6. 

Brinton, H., Company. (See Aaronson, Harry B., as- 
signor.) 

Brinton, H., Company. (See Ames, Elmer U., assignor.) 

Brinton, H., Company. (See Holmes. Heui-y H., as- 
signor.) 

Brinton, H., Company. (See Horrocks, Harry S., as- 
signor.) 

Brinton, H., Company, et al. (See Vaughan, Andrew E., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Brinton, H., Company, et al. (See Vaughan, A. E., Jr., 
and Diener, assignors.) 

Brinton, William H., near Coatesville, Pa. Ration. 
2,098,998; Nov. 16. 

Brion, Georg, Freiberg, and A. J. Krutzsch, Munich, Ger- 
many, assignors to International Precipitation Co., Los 
Angeles, Calif. Apparatus for effecting ionization in 
gases. 2,085,735 ; July 6. 

Brion, Georg, Frieberg, and A. J. Krutzsch, Munich, Ger- 
many, assignors to International Precipitation Co., Los 
Angeles, Calif. Arrancement for the electric cleaning 
of gases. 2,086,063 ; July 6. 

Brisbane, Eugene C, assignor to S. Morgan Smith Com- 
pany, York, Pa. Valve. 2,071,814 ; Feb. 23. 

Brisbane, Eugene C, assignor to S. Morgan Smith Com- 
pany, York, Pa. V.nlve. 2,078,231 ; .Apr. 27. 

Brisbane, Eugene C, Denver, Colo., and R. Bischoff, as- 
signors to S. Morgan Smith Company, Y^ork, Pa. Fluid 
control means. 2,082,940 ; June 8. 

Brisbane Machinery Co. (Pty.) Ltd. (See Flather, Harry, 
assignor.) 

Briscoe, Frederick Y., Newton, Mass. Mattress protector. 

2,103,244; Dec. 28. 
Brisick, Joseph C, Irvington, N. J., assignor to The 

Kroydon Company. Golf club handle. 2,103,889 ; Dec. 

28. 
Brisson, Louis C, Neuilly-sur-Seine, assignor to Soci^tS 

Anonyme ; Society des Freins Hydrauliqucs S. De 

Lavaud, Paris, France. Resilient wall. 2,078,835 : 

Apr. 27. 
Brisson, Louis C, Neuilly-sur-Seine, assignor to Soci6t6 

Anonyme Soci^t6 des Freins Hydrauliques S. de Lavaud, 

Paris, France. Braking device for rotating machine 

parts. 2,101,425 ; Dec. 7. 
Bristol Aeroplane Company, The. (See Ball, Charles 

A. W., assignor.) 
Bristol Aeroplane Company, The. (See Fedden, A. H. R., 

and Owner, assignors.) 
Bristol Aeroplane Company, The. (See Frise, Leslie G., 

assignor.) 
Bristol Aeroplane Company Limited, The. (See Fedden, 

A. H. R., and Copley, assignors.) 
Bristol Company, The. (See Bcecher, John W., as- 
signor.) 
Bristol Company, The. (See Borden, Perry A., assignor.) 
Bristol Company, The. (See Faust, Frod A., assignor.) 
Bristol Company, The. (See Hubbard, Walter N., as- 
signor.) 
Bristol Company, The. (See Hunt, Ozro H., assignor.) 
Bristol Coinjiany, The. (See Hunt, O. H., and I'ititjean, 

assignors.) 
Bristol Company, The. (See Kerr, William J., assignor.) 
r.rislol Company, The. (See Kerr, W. J., and Webber, 

assignors.) 
Bristol Company, Tiie. (See Logan, 1<., and Webber, 

MSsignorK.) 
Bristol Company, The. (See NoMo. Al|)honso. assignor.) 
Bristol, (\iii.s ,1., nssigiioi' to (Ilnlie Hoist Coinpaiiy, Dos 

Mciiues, l(>\v:i. Autonioliili- lilt. 2,(1!)7,S,")3 ; Nov. 2. 
BriHiol, Cyrus J., ami E. I!. Tlionipson. .'i.-Jslgnors to Globe 

Miiclilnery & Supply ("'omi)aiiv. Dos Molnos, Iowa. Auto- 

nuil.lli' Iiri. L'.0!».'i.051 ; Ocl. ,^. 
Bristol, Harold I!., St. Louis, Mo. Hose stnud. 

2,077.668; Apr. 20. 
ItrlslolMyors ("ompaiiy. (Sw Horrlok, G. Tj., llardlo, and 

('ol)I), assignors. ) 
lirlstow, J. J. R., Safety Harbor, Fla., assignor to Coii- 

Hurner Package <'iir|)oratlon, Dunedln, Fin. C.ilnrlnij 

frnll.s .'iiul vegotaMes. 2,072,022; Feb. 2.S. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



■ Bristow, James J. R., Safety Harbor, Fla. Cleaning 
fruit. 2,079,278 ; May 4. 

Britisli Aluminum Company Limited, The. (See Pullen, 
Alfred N. D., assignor.) 

British Cotton Industry Research Corporation, The. (See 
Sliorter, S. A., Williams, and Locke, assignors.) 

British Drug Houses, Limited, The. (See Ha worth, W. N., 
Hirst, Jones, and Smith, assignors.) 

Brilsch. Otto C. Woodhaven, assiiinor to H. Hyman, 
Brooklvn, N. Y. Combined electric and flame light. 
2.075 RS3 ; Apr. 6. 

Britt, George Q., Memphis, Tenn. Piston. 2,084,834 ; 
June 22. 

Britt, Hugh A., Warrensburg, Mo. Dust cloth broom 
holder. 2.074,209 ; Mar. 16. 

Brittain, Richard J., Jr.. Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to 
General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Press fit- 
ting. 2,082,379 ; June 1. 

Britten, Edwin F., Jr., Short Hills, assignor to Gardner 
Company, Orange, N. J. Calculating machine. 
2,085,630; June 29. 

Britten, Edwin F., Jr., Short Hills, assignor to Monroe 
Calculating Machine Company, Orange, N. J. Calcu- 
lating machine. 2,088,049 ; July 27. 

Britton, Edgar C. (See Nutting, H. S., Britton, and 
Croope.) 

Britton, Edgar C, G. H. Coleman, and G. V. Moore, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Hvdrolvsis of isobutyl chloride. 2,067,473 ; Jan. 12. 

Britton, Edgar C, and R. P. Perkins, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company. Midland. Mich. Alkali metal 
salts of chloroethane sulphonic acid. 2,067,873 ; Jan. 
12 

Britton, Edgar C, G. H. Coleman, and J. W. Zemba, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Purification of tetrachloroethylene. 2,084,937 ; June 22. 

Britton, Edgar C, G. H. Coleman, and L. E. Mills, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Alkvl-chloro-hydro.xy-diphenyls. 2,092,724; Sept. 7. 

Britton Edgar C, G. H. Coleman, and L. E. Mills, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Alkyl-bromo-hydroxy-diphenyls. 2,092,725 ; Sept. 7. 

Britton, Glenn B., Hannibal, assignor to International 
Shoe Companv, St. Louis, Mo. Attaching shoe heels. 
2,085,894 ; July 6. 

Britton, Karl B., Cleveland, Ohio. Filter. 2,101,211 ; 
Dec. 7. ^ . ^ 

Brixey, Austin D., Greenwich, Conn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, New 
York, N. Y. Remote controlled sound producing appa- 
ratus. 2,102,672 ; Dec. 21. „„.,„• 

Brixner, Frederick W. (See Bushnell. C. S., and Bnxner.) 

Brixner, Frederick W. (See De Long, D. F., and Brix- 
ner.) 

Brizzolara, Alfred A., New York, N. Y., and A. Siegel, 
Carney's Point, N. J., assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to E "I du Pont de Nemours and Company. Making 
green pigment. 2,092,750 ; Sept. 14. 

Brizzolara, Robert T., New Dorp, Staten Island, N. Y. 
Air conditioning apparatus. 2.080,998 ; May 18. 

Broadbent, Rav O.. Des Jloinos. Iowa. Coin solector for 
pay telephones and lilM. . 2,090,383 ; Aug. 17. 

Broadmeyer, Albert, assignor to W. O. Hickok Manufac- 
turing Company, Harrisburg, Pa. Sheet piling mecha- 
nism. 2,101,328 : Dec. 7. 

Broadwell, Azure W., and A. JI. Cox. assignors to Lynch- 
burg Hosiery Mills, Inc., Lynchburg, Va. Knitting 
machino. 2,'096,667 : Oct. 19. 

Broadwell, Howard, Bidgewood, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Cutting device. 2,085,079 ; June 29. 

Broadwell, William C, Palo Alto, CaUf. Clasp. 
2,093,231 ; Sept. 14. 

Broatch, John, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Mineral sejiarator. 2,101,572; Dec. 7. 

Brobson, John F., assignor of one-half to G. A. Le Blanc, 
Detroit, Mich. Internal combustion engine. 2,094,290; 
Sept. 28. 

Brocat, ^Irs. Leola C, Jr. (See McCarty, Clayton E., 
assignor.) . „ . ,.., 

Brock. Clarence A., assignor to Rexair Corporation, De- 
troit, Mich. Vacuum cleaner. 2,102,353; Dec. 14. 

Brock. Denis T., London. England, assignor to Borg 
Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Friction clutch 
2.070.425 ; Apr. 6. 

Brock, Margaret B., Muncy, Pa. Garment stretcher 
2,097,809 ; Nov. 2. 

Brock, Norman H., Philadelphia. Pa. Stereoscopic pho- 
tography. 2.101,979; Dec. 14. 

Brock, Tliomas J., assignor of thirty per cent to J. L 
Lean, San Jose, Calif. Illuminating device. 2,099,952 , 
Nov. 23. 

Brockel, Ernst, assignor to Maschinenfabrik Augsburg- 
Niirnberg A. G., Augsburg, Germany. Casting machine 
for the casting of plane stereotype plates. 2,073,675 
Mar. 16. 

Brocketon National Bank, trustee. (See Plunimer, Lloyd 
F., assignor.) 

Brockhursr. James B.. Red Bank, N. J. Method and 
appamtua for building sea walls. 2,102,254; Dec. 14. 

Brocklebank, Arthur P., Elizabeth. N. J., assignor to 
Ingersoll-Rand Company, Jersey City, N. J. Centrifu- 
gal pump. 2,086,975 ; July 13. 



Brockway Motor Company. (See Cross, Lester L., as- 
signor.) 

Brode, Johannes. (See SchariT, M., Brode, Johannsen, 
and Reichart.) 

Brode, Kathe, administratrix. (See ScharfE, M., Brode, 
Johannsen, and Reichart.) 

Broder, Simon, Washington, D. C. Ophthalmic lens. 
2,077,092 ; Apr. 13. 

Broderick, Frederick C, Winnetka, 111. Control device 
and circuits for hot water heating systems. 2,073,676 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Broderick, Frederick C, Winnetka, HI. Temperature reg- 
ulating system. 2,073,677 ; Mar. 16. 

Broderick, Sylvester J. (See Brown, E. H., and Broder- 
ick.) 

Broderick, Sylvester J. (See Kittredge, H. G., and Brod- 
erick.) 

Brodersen, Karl. (See Brennecke, W., Brodersen, and 
Hubert.) 

Brodersen, Karl. Dessau in Anhalt, assignor to I. G. Far- 
benindustrie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
Germany. Wetting agents for the use in mercerizing 
lyes. 2,081,528: Jrov 25. 

Brodersen, Max M., Alhambra. assignor to L. O. Bird, 
Glendale, Calif. Rooter. 2,091,427 ; Aug. 31. 

Broderson, Neil O., assignor to Rochester Button Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Making buttons. 2,084,427 ; June 22. 

Brodewitz, Olga, Essen, Germany. Clothes hanger. 
2,068,446 ; Jan. 19. 

Brodhead, Stuyvesant H„ and W. O. Tait, Jr., Mamaro- 
neck, N. Y. Brake equalizer. 2.075.974 : Apr. c-., 

Brodie, Ralph N,, Company. (See Berck, William F., as- 
signor. ) 

Brodie, Ralph N., Company. (See Burnett, G. F., and 
Ward, assignors.) 

Brodie, Ralph N., Company. (See Granberg, Albert J., as- 
signor. ) 

Brodie, Ralph N., Company. (See Ward, H. E., and 
P.rown, assignors.) 

Brodkorb, Fritz. (See Gluud, W.. Klempt, and Brodkorb.) 

Brodrick, Leo H., New York, N. Y. Sealed container. 
2,082,614 ; June 1. 

Brodv. Samuel C, Brighton, Mass. Automatic blast torch. 
2.094,2.")9 : Sept. 28. 

Brodv, Samuel C, Brighton, Mass. Cutting device. 
2,004.260 : Sept. 28. 

Brody. Samuel C, Brighton, Mass. Automatic blast torch. 
2,102,404 ; Dec. 14. 

Broecker, Lewis C, assignor to Bridgeport Brass Company, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Pneumatic valve inside construction. 
2,075,167 ; Mar. 30. 

Broecker, Lewis C, Bridgeport, and J. Ferguson, South- 
bury, assignors to Bridgeport Brass Company, Bridge- 
port, Conn. Pneumatic valve. 2.103,108 ; Doc. 21. 

Broeren, Frank L., Menasha, assignor to Marathon Paper 
■ Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. Napkin dispenser. 
2,080,691 ; May 18. 

Broeren, Frank L., Menasha, assignor to Marathon Paper 
Mills Company, Rothschild, Wis. Folded napkin. 
2,082,731 ; June 1. 

Broering, Lawrence B., and F. E. Kite, Los Angeles, 
Calif., assignor to Kite Mold Company. Tire retreading 
mold. 2,088,130 ; July 27. 

Brogden, Ernest M., New Haven, Conn. Package and 
packaging container. 2,089,728 ; Aug. 10. 

Brogden, Jonh. (See Shaw, H. E., and Brogden.) 

Brogdex Company. (See Trowbridge, Miles L., assignor.) 

Broich, Franz. (See Schuster, C, and Broich.) 

Brokaw, James I., New York, N. Y. Spark plug. 
2,070,708; Feb. 16. 

Brokering, Gertrude E., Dayton, Ohio. Necktie retainer. 
2,074,535 ; Mar. 23. 

Broil v, Archibald H. (See Gardner, B. C, and Broll.v.) 

Broma.geni, Irl R., Union City, Ind. Chair. 2.081,791 ; 
May 25. 

Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J., assignor to 
The Safety Car Heating & Lighting Company, New 
Haven, Conn. Internal combustion engine. 2,077,457 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Bronson, Adelbert E.. assignor to The Dill Manufactur- 
ing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Valve insldes. 
2,097,614 ; Nov. 2. 

Bronson, Budd, assignor to The Ohio Rubber Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Floor covering. 2,082,047 ; June 1. 

Bronson, Budd. Cleveland, assignor to The Ohio Rubber 
Company, Willoughby, Ohio. Flexible covering for auto- 
mobile running boards. 2.084,014 ; June 15. 

Bronson, Budd, Cleveland, assignor to The Ohio Rubber 
Company, Willougliby, Ohio. Automobile running board 
cover securing device. 2,084,015 ; June 15. 

Brnn.«on, Franklin F.. Richmond, Va. Floating piston 
structure. 2.098,612 ; Nov. 9. 

Bronson Reel Company. (See McMahon, Edward J., as- 
signor.) 

Bronson Reel Company. (See Schafer, John V., as- 
signor.) 

Bronstlen, Edward L., assignor to J[. Bechik, St. Paul, 
Minn. Mattress handle. 2,083,361 ; June 8. 

Brook, David IT.. Brooklyn. N. Y. Coin controlled postage 
affixing device for letters. 2.075,092 ; Mar. 30. 

Brooke, Edward B., Birmingham, Ala. Plumber's ping. 
2.070,579; Feb. 16. 



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iSrooke Engineering Company. (See Brooke, George A., 
Jr., assignor.) 

Broolce, Francis M., assignor to Nanna S. Brooke, Bryn 
Mawr, Pii. Rotary or sleeve valve used in combustion 
cliambers. 2,069,938 ; Feb. 9. 

Brooke, George A., Jr., assignor to Brooke Engineering 
Company, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Compensated control 
system. 2,073,332 : Mar. 9. 

Brooke, Nanna S. (See Brooke, Francis M., assignor.) 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Eastman Kodak Company, Jersey City. 
N. .T. Photographic emulsion. 2.078,23.S : Apr. 27. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Eastman Kodak Company, Jersey City, 
N. J. Photographic emulsion. 2,089,729 ; Aug. 10. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Eastman Kodak Company, Jersey City, 
N. J. Tricarbocyanines and preparing them. 2,094,580 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Jersey City, N. J. Photographic emulsion containing 
tricarbocyanines. 2,095,854 ; Oct. 12. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Jersey City, N. J. Photographic emulsion containing 
pyridocyanines. 2,095,855 ; Oct. 12. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Jersey City, N. J. Photographic emulsion containing 
4,4'-tricarbocyanine dyes. 2,095,856 ; Oct. 12. 

Brooker, Oliver O. (See Allen, Sherman T., assignor.) 

Brooks, Alfred J., Jamaica Plain, Mass. Package for dry 
goods, and method and apparatus for making the same. 
2.102,508 ; Dec. 14. 

Brooks, Arthur M., Andover, Mass., assignor to Raflfold 
Process Corporation. Paper manufacture. 2,077,393 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Brooks, Arthur W. (See Wright, Harold A., assignor.) 

Brooks, Benjamin T. (See Lebo, R. B., and Brooks.) 

Brooks, Benjamin T., Old Greenwich. Conn., assignor to 
Standard Alcohol Company. Making alcohols by use of 
ethyl sulphuric acid. 2,081,166 : May 25. 

Brooks, Benjamin T., Old Greenwich, Conn., assignor to 
Standard Alcohol Co. Manufacture of aliphatic alco- 
hols. 2,096,878 ; Oct. 26. 

Brooks, Benjamin T., Old Greenwich, Conn., assignor to 
Standard .\)crvliol Co. JIanufacture of aliphatic alco- 
hols. 2,096,879 : Oct. 26. 

Brooks, Charles W., et al. (See Berhman, J. W., and 
Robiolio, assignors.) 

Brooks, Clyde, Xew Orleans, La. Method of and appa- 
ratus for .'sedimentation testing of blood. 2,102,785 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Brooks, Donald B., Chevy Chase, Md., and H. H. Allen, 
Washington, D. C, assignors to Government of the 
United States, represented by the Secretary of Com- 
mevee. Continuous ventilating psychrometer. 

2,095,237; Oct. 12. 

Brooks, E. J., Company. (See Brooks, Winfred M., as- 
signor.) 

Brooks, Elbert J., Sparta, Wis. Root cutter for con- 
duits. 2,093,827 ; Sept. 21. 

Brooks, Frank E. (See Hayenga, J. A., and Brooks. > 

Brooks, Frank E., Batavia, assignor to R. D. Brooks, 
Jamestown, N. Y. Machine for applying foil to paper. 
2,073,780 : Mar. 16. 

Brooks, Frank S. (See Parker, W. H., Seibert, and 
Brooks.) 

Brooks, Frank S. (See Seibert, N. J., and Brooks.) 

Brooks Fred A., Lyndhurst, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Ijaboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Transmission regulation. 2,075.975 ; Apr. 6. 

Brooks, George W., La Grange, assignor to The S. O. S. 
Company, Chicago, 111. Cleansing article. 2,079,600 ; 
May 11. 

Brooks, Harry E. (See Reeves, P. B., and Brooks.) 

Brooks, Harry E., assignor to Reeves Pulley Company, 
Columbus, Ind. Adjusting means for variable speed 
transmission. 2,084,723 ; June 22. 

Brooks, ]l(-rl)ert IJ. (See Kitticdge, T., and Brooks.) 

Brooks, Irene G., Cleveland. Oliio. Supplemental catch 
mechanism for locks. 2,079,295; May 11. 

Brooks, John II., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
Ludowlcl-Celadon CompM)iv. Chicago, 111. Insulating 
wall construction. 2,094,635 ; Oct. 5. 

Brooks, I'aul J., Lakewood, assignor to The Hanklns 
Container Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Paperboard 
basket. 2,080,209 ; July 6. 

Brooks, Kay D. (See Brooks, Frank B., assignor.) 

Brooks, Thomas R. (See Bedford, J. P., and Hnywood, 
assignors.) 

Brooks. William H. (See Anderson, William C, as- 
signor.) 

BroolcH. Winfred M., West Orange, N. J. Sealing means. 
2,077.209; Apr. 13. 

Brooks. Winfn'd M., West Orange, assignor to E. J. 
Brooks Company, Newark, N. J. Seal. 2,08 1,008 ; 
June 22. 

Brookoliiic, Tliomas W., and S. McDulTee, Flora, III. 
Appnralns for applying germicide and InsccMcIdo. 
2,009,352: Feb. 2. 

Broome, Clin'ord 10., Euclid, Ohio. Speed reduction power 
unit. 2.070,015 ; Apr. 0. 



Broome. Richard S., et al. (See Broome, Woody E., as- 
signor.) 

Broome, Woody E., Myton, Utah, assignor of one-third to 
R. S. Broome, and one-third to E. M. Jakeman. Gravity 
sand and gravel spreader. 2,085,895 ; July 6. 

Broquinda, Inc. (See Quinn, Clara E., assignor.) 

Bros, Chester W., assignor to Wm. Bros Boiler & Manu- 
facturing Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Water tube 
boiler. 2,086,599 ; July 13. 

Bros, Wm., Boiler & Manufacturing Company. (See Bros, 
Chester W., assignor.) 

Brosius, Albert M., White Plains, N. Y. Liquid flow con- 
trol. 2,079,063; May 4. 

Brosius, Edgar E. (See Edgar, L. C, and Brosius.) 

Brosius, Edgar E., Pittsburgh, Pa. Valve. 2,079,896; 
May 11. 

Brossman, Charles, Indianapolis, Ind. Sewage sludge 
treatment plant. 2,077,545 ; Apr. 20. 

Brossman, Jacob R., Yeadon, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Insulated copper wire. 2,092,636 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Brossman, Philip D., Kearny, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilriiington, Del. Pigment and preparing same. 
2,097,269 ; Oct. 26. 

Brostrom, Charles G., Peabody, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine 
for treating shoe welts. 2,069,748 ; Feb. 9. 

Brostrom, Charles G., South Peabody, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. 
Lip turning machine. 2,076,098 ; Apr. 13. 

Brostrom, Charles G., Peabody, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery (Ilorporation, Paterson, N. J. Abrading 
machine. 2,087,238 ; July 20. 

Brothers, Abe R. (See Brothers, Edwin I. and A. R.) 

Brothers, Edwin I. and A. R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Prophy- 
lactic device for the oral cavity. 2,083,217 ; June 8. 

Brothers, Eli, Lynn, Mass., assignor to United Shoe Ma- 
chinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine for 
operating on soles and shoes. 2,091,351 ; Aug. 31. 

Brjughton, Wilham W., New Brighton, assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Cutting tool. 2,073,678 ; Mar. 16. 

Broughton, Winn E. (See McLaughlin, G. E., and 
Broughton.) 

Broulhiet, (Jeorges, Paris. France. Fitting of front 
tenders, lamps, and radiator upon a carriage body. 
2,071,328 ; Feb. 23. 

Broune, Abel U., Brooklyn, N. Y. Multiple fuse control 
mechanism in combination with thermoprotective signal 
system. 2,074,141 ; Mar. 16. 

Broussard, Nolan, Abbeville, La. Cannon. 2,088,503; 
July 27. 

Brouwer, Benjamin W., Auburn, assignor to Crompton & 
Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Shuttle box 
construction for looms. 2.102,832: Dec. 21. 

Brouwer, Rodger D. (See Murden, W. T., and Brouwer.) 

Brouwer, Rodger D., Bristol, Conn., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, INIich. Bearing mounting. 
2,073,957 ; Mar. 16. 

Browall, Bert H., assignor to Svenska Aktiebolaget Broms- 
regulator, Malmo, Sweden. Brake rigging of the vari- 
able leverage type. 2,080,529 ; May 18. 

Browall, Bert H., assignor to Svenska Aktiebolaget Broms- 
regulator, Malmo, Sweden. Automatic slack adjuster, 
especially for railway car brakes. 2,084,989 ; June 29. 

Brower, Elbert O., I'hiladclphia, Pa. Cigarette holder. 
2,103,602; Dec. 28. 

Brower, Paul V., Maywood, assignor to Ditto, Incor- 
porated, Chicago, 111. Solvent. 2,077,874; Apr. 20. 

Brown, Albert E., assignor to Truscon Stool Company, 
Young.stown, Ohio. Joint for railroad crossings. 
2,081.352 ; Jlay 25. 

Brown, Aldrich M.. assignor of one-third to F. E. West, 
one-third to L. Ijcrio, and one-third to L. Lerio, Jr., 
Mobile. Ala. Pump. 2.091,499 ; Aug. 31. 

Brown, Alexander C, Mount Healthy, assignor to Emery 
Industries, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio. Making a detergent. 
2,085,091 ; June 29. 

Brown, Alexander H., Jr., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Transit Research Corporation, New York, N. Y. In- 
ductive control circuits. 2,078,232 ; Apr. 27. 

Brown. Alfred B., Es.son Fells, and C. T. Siehs. Fanwood, 
N. J., .-issignors to Western lOlectric Company, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Keel. 2.099,102 : Nov. 10. 

Brown, Arthur 1!. (See Sullivan, F. W., Jr., Bahlke, 
Brown, and Diwoky.) 

Brown, Arlluir, Cranston, It. I. ^Ilcrometer caliper. 
2,090.950 ; Oct . 20. 

Brown, Arthur C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cord wire nnohor. 
2,072,579: Mar. 2. 

Brown, Arlliur 10., and AV. Vaughnn, London, Ontario, 
<?ana(!a, assignors 1o Loon Bonoit, New York, N. Y. 
Carton erecting machine. 2,072.005; Fob. 23. 

Brown & Bailey Company. (See (^ostlgan, Ilnrry V., as- 
signor.) 

Brown i>t lialley Company. (See Kepplor, Albert K., as- 
signor.) 

Brown & Bailey Company. (See Roltor, llonry J., ns- 
Hlgnor.) 

Ilrowii, Itanks 11.. assignor to Capstan Glass Company, 
Coiincllsvllle, I'a. Sealed packiigo. 2,099,110; Nov. 
10. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Brown, Barrett F. (See Karcher, A. A., and Brown, 
assignors.) 

Brown, Benjamin W. (See Chapman, J., and Brown.) 

Brown, Bernis B., Portland, Oreg. Material handling 
apparalu.s. 2,066,4.56 ; Jan. 5. 

Brown & BiRelow. (See Trollen. Martin E., assignor.) 

Brown & Bigelow. (See Winford, Orion P., assignor.) 

Brown Brothers & Company Limited, et al. (See Wallace, 
William, assignor.) 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Loom. 2,079,544 ; May 4. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Loom shuttle. 2.081,393 ; May 25. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Jlass. Thread cutting temple. 2,083,496 ; June 8. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, 
Mass. Shuttle. 2,084,549 ; June 22. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, Mass. Loom stopping mechanism. 2,084,550 ; 
June 22. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, 
Mass. Loom shuttle. 2,087,871 : July 20. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, 
Mass. Yielding reed mechanism. 2,087,872 ; July 20. 

Brown, Carl D., assignor to Draper Corporation, Hope- 
dale, JIass. Constant tension let-off mechanism. 
2,103,200 ; Dec. 21. 

Brown, Cecil R.. Verona, N. J., assignor to Burroughs 
Wellcome & Co. (U. S. A.) Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Container. 2,095,227 ; Oct. 12. 

Brown, Charles F., Beaver, Pa. Pie crimper and sealer. 
2,086,464 ; July 6. 

Brown, Charles H., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electron discharge device 
and circuit. 2,084,476 ; June 22. 

Brown, Charles J., St. Paul, Minn. Faucet. 2,068,369 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Brown, Charles L., Jr., Old Greenwich, Conn., assignor 
to Electrolux Corporation, Dover, Del. Vacuum cleaner. 
2,076,699; Apr. 13. 

Brown, Charle.<= R. (See Bold, R. E., Brown, and Hob- 
son.) 

Brown, Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Air-cooled V-type 
internal combustion engine. 2,082,869 ; June 8. 

Brown. Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Conduit outlet box. 
2,095,914; Oct. 12. 

Brown. Charles S., Syracuse, N. Y. Motor snow plow. 
2,103,510; Dec. 28. 

Brown, Charles W., Norwich, Conn., assignor to The 
United States Finishing Company, Providence, R. I. 
Pantograph. 2.082,615 ; June 1. 

Brown, Charley C, Ponca City, S. N. Van Wert, and 
Anitunoffi, assignors to Reda Pump Company, Bartles- 
ville, Okla. Submergible pump and transmission unit. 
2,073,623 ; Mar. 16. 

Brown, Chester W., Milkaukee, assignor to Line Material 
Company, South Milwaukee, Wis. Lighting fixture. 
2,071,108 ; Feb. 16. 

Brown, Chester W., IMilwaukee, assignor to Line Material 
Company, South Milwaukee, Wis. Housing for cut-out 
switches. 2,075.170: Mar. 30. 

Brown, Chester W., and E. F. Dosie, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Fluid impeller and turbine. 2,087,834 ; July 20. 

Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Setting tools for packers 
and the like. 2,067,885 ; Jan. 19. 

Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Packer setting device. 
2,092,048; Sept. 7. 

Brown. Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Liner setting tool. 
2.097,7.55 ; Nov. 2. 

Brown, Clarence B. (See Karcher, A. A., and Brown.) 

Brown, Clarence B., Fostoria, Ohio. Flare support. 
2,070,882 ; Feb. 16. 

Brown. Clnronce S., & Co. (See Knight, Harold E. H. 
assignor.) 

Brown, Clyde A. (See Bralev, W. L., and Brown.) 

Brown, Colin, Rochester, N. Y. Pump valve. 2,068,481 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Brown, Collins, et al. (See Ditto, John, assignor.) 

Brown Company. (See Beardsloy, Norman T., assignor.) 

Brown Company. (See Burke, Edmuu(], assignor.) 

Brown Company. (See Moore, Hngh K., assignor.) 

Brown Company. (See Richter, George A., assignor.) 

Brown Cninpany. (See Richter, G. A., and Schur, as- 
signors. ) 

Brown Company. (See Schur, ^Milton O., assignor.) 

Brown, Craig L., et al. (See Holscher, Herman A., 
assignor.) 

Brown, Cuthbert J. (See Wilson, C. H., and Brown.) 

Brown, David L., Summit, N. J., assignor to Trussell Man- 
ufacturing Company, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Wire forming 
machine. 2,075.168 ; Mar. 30. 

Brown. David S., assignor to The Parsons Machine Ste.im 
Turbine Company, Limited, Wallsend-on-Tyne, England. 
Turbine blade. 2,090,468 ; Aug. 17. 

Brown, Davis, Los Angeles, Calif. Automatic propor- 
tioning device. 2,102,5,84; Dec. 21. 

Brown, Dudley B. W., Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. Airplane. 
2,079,077 ; May 11. 

Brown, Earl H., Palo Alto, Calif., assignor to Minerals 
Separation North American Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Separation of nioylbdenite from copper sul- 
phides. 2,070,076 ; Feb. 9. 



Brown, Earl H., Palo Alto, Calif., assignor to Minerals 
Separation North American Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Separation of molybdenite from copper sul- 
phides. 2,095,967 : Oct. 19. 

Brown, Edward G., Wilson, Wyo. Lariat holder. 
2.100,023 ; Nov. 23. 

Brown, Edward I., Bruce Crossing, Mich. Combined heat- 
ing and cooking unit. 2,095,052 ; Oct. 5. 

Brown, Earl H., and S. J. Broderick, Yellow Springs, Ohio, 
assignors to Bethlehem Mines Corporation. Treatment 
of iron ores containing nickel. 2.067,874 ; Jan. 12. 

Brown, Earle C, Canastota, N. Y. Support for slat crates 
while being repaired. 2,087,083; July 13. 

Brown, Edwin C, Chicago, and L. S. Burns, Harvey, 
assignors to Western-Austin Company, Aurora, Ilh 
Road grading machine. 2,089,730 ; Aug. 10. 

Brown. Edwin J., New York, N. Y. Slot mechanism. 
2,066,820 ; Jan. 5. 

Brown, Egbert P., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Cnrtls 
Publishing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Advertising 
apparatus. 2,070,542 ; Feb. 9.' 

Brown, Eitel P., Little Rock, assignor of one-half to R. 
Wood, Bordeaux, Wash. Spar-tree strap and adjust- 
able clamp-eye therefor. 2,075,335 ; Mar. 30. 

Brown, Elmer. (See Frey, C. N., Schultz, and Brown.) 

Brown, Elmer H., Trenton, N. J. Surgical packing. 
2,076,526 ; Apr. 13. 

Brown, Elmer H., Trenton, N. J. Packaged absorbent 
product. 2,095.788 ; Oct. 12. 

Brown, Elvers H., Gauley Bridge, W. Va., assignor to 
The Auto Hublight Company, Charlottesville, Va. 
Wheel hub light. 2,083,514; June 8. 

Brown, Eric F., Des Moines, Iowa. Apparatus for im- 
printing tax indicia on items. 2,075,169 ; Mar. 30. 

Brown, Felix T., assignor to Packard Motor Car Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Motor vehicle. 2,091,748 ; Aug. 
31. 

Brown, Francis V., assignor to Automotive Products 
Company Limited, London, England. Locking means 
for fluid pressure motors. 2,074,772 ; Mar. 23. 

Brown, Frank, Maiden, Mass. Bookbinding. 2,069,211 ; 
Feb. 2. 

Brown, Frank E., assignor to The Parsons Company, 
Newton, Iowa. Snow plow hoist. 2,070,153 ; Feb. 9. 

Brown, Frank K., South Dartmouth, assignor to Continen- 
tal Screw Company, New Bedford, Mass. Screw. 
Re. 20,580 : Dec. 14. 

Brown, Frank K., South Dartmouth, assignor to Contin- 
ental Screw Company, New Bedford, Mass. Combined 
socket and slotted screw. 2,082,748 ; June 1. 

Brown, Frank W., Elkridge, \V. Va. Safety reel for a 
blasting cable. 2,069,695 : Feb. 2. 

Brown, Freilorick W. (See Lorenz, H. W. F., and Brown.) 

Brown, George B. (See Seigle, W. R., and Brown.) 

Bro^^•n, George H., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Transmitting antenna. 
2,068,261 ; Jan. 19. 

Brown, George H., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio transmission system. 
2,082,096 ; June 1. 

Brown, George H., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Antenna system. 2,086,976 ; 
July 13. 

Crown, George H., Haddonfield. N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Antenna. 2,096,782 ; Oct. 26. 

Brown, George H., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Antenna circuit modulation. 
2,098,373 ; Nov. 9. 

Brown, George L., Clearwater, Fla. Combined Iiand and 
automatically controlled transmission. 2,075,798 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Brown, George L., Clearwater, Fla. Combined hand and 



controlled transmission 



2,082,679 ; 

, Preston, England. Spooling barbed 
; Aug. 10. 

Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
Noise suppression circuit. 2,096,625 ; 



Circuit closing device. 



automatically 
June 1. 

Brown, George L. 
wire. 2,089,335 

Brown, George M., 
trie Company. 
Oct. 19. 

Brown, Glendon C, assignor to Cutler-Hnnimer, Inc., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Circuit controller. 2.069.599 ; Feb. 2. 

Brown, Glendon C, and E. W. Seeger, Wauwatosa, as- 
signors to Chitler-Hammer, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Low 
voltage, phase failure, and phase reversal protective 
moans. 2,074.454 ; Mar. 23. 

Brown, Guv H., Fairmont, Minn. 
2,084,076 ; June 15. 

Brown, Harold D.. Los Angeles, Calif. Roof covering 
and roofing member. 2,097,546 ; Nov. 2. 

Brown, Harold G., Scottsville, Ky. Automatic safety de- 
vice for hydraulic brakes. 2.081.659; May 25. 

Brown, Harold H. (See Ilaughey, Theodore P., assignor.) 

Brown, Harold J., and G. E. Farrell, Dorchester, Mass. 
Dental or surgical instrument. 2,100,319 ; Nov. 30. 

Brown, Harry F., New Haven, Conn., assignor to The 
Oliio Brass Company, JIansfield, Ohio. Trolley wire 
lubricator. 2.066.761 ; Jan. 5. 

Brown, Harry W., Saxonville. assignor to E. H. Angler, 
Framingham, Mass., trustee. Wrapper. 2,103,892 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Brown, Henry B., Madison, N. J., assignor to Electrical 
Research Products, Inc., New Y'ork, N. Y. Apparatus 
for timing watches, clocks, and the like. 2,094,057 ; 
Sept. 28. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



87 



Brown, Hugh F., San Francisco, Calif. Pipe cutting ma- 
chine. 2,086,764 ; July 13. 

Brown, Hugh S., assignor to The Buda Company, Harvey, 
111. Railway car construction. 2,088,835 ; Aug. 3. 

Brown, Hugh S., Harvey, 111., assignor to Hubron Com- 
pany, Inc., Somerville, N. J. Tire remover. 2,097,430 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Brown, Ho M., Shenandoah, Iowa. Change-over appara- 
tus. 2,088,.574; Aug. 3. 

Brown, Ina M., Vancouver, Wash. Sanitary protector 
for trousers. 2,088,403 ; July 27. 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Brown, Richard 
P., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Harrison, Thomas 
R., assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company. (See Mallory, Robert Ij., 
assignor.) 

Brown Instrument Company, The. (See Moore, Coleman 
B., assignor.) 

Brown, James C, Mount Vernon, assignor to E. Frederics, 
Inc., New Yorif, N. Y. Hair rinse. 2,084,127 ; June 15. 

Brown, James F. (See Hartman, H. W., and Brown.) 

Brown, James L. (See Height, L. H., and Brown.) 

Brown, James T., Detroit, Mich. Water filtering and 
purifying device. 2,072,848 ; Mar. 9. 

Brown, James W., et al. (See Stark, Floyd J., as- 
signor.) 

Brown, Jennings C. (See Stephens. R. M., and Brown.) 

Brown, Jerome, assignor to Briggs & Stratton Corporation, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Spring cover. 2.069,666 ; Feb. 2. 

Brown, Jesse B. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
J. E. Martz, Detroit, Mich. Control for throttle, clutch, 
and brake means for automobiles. 2,076.117 : Apr. 6. 

Brown, Jesse B., and C. R. Larson, Oconomowoc, Wis., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Airdraulic Brake 
Control Corporation. Power brake means for automo- 
tive vehicles. 2,089,173 ; Aug. 10. 

BrowTi, Jesse J., Syracuse, N. Y. Dual safety device for 
oil burners. 2.098,951 : Nov. 16. 

Brown, Jimmie, Dallas, Tex. Lifting jack. 2,089,336 : 
Aug. 10. 

Brown, John C, New York, N. Y. Blade holder. 
2,086,210 ; Jul'^ 6. 

Brown, John C, New York, N. Y. Fruit pitter. 2,097,756 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Brown, John E., and A. B. Clark, assignors to Willard 
Storage Battery Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Grid paster. 
2,069,104; Jan. 26. 

Brown, John H., and T. B. Clarke, Leicester, England, 
assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Pater- 
son, N. J. Fluid-applying machine. 2,097,557 ; Nov. 2. 

Brown, Joseph D., Now York. N. Y., assignor to Hatfield 
Wire and Cable Co., Hillside. N. J. Electric connec- 
tion plug. 2,097,057 ; Oct. 26. 

Brown, Kenneth N., New York, N. Y. Collapsible refill 
jar. 2,099,595 ; Nov. 16. 

Brown, Kenneth R. (See Power, J. T.. and Brown.) 

Brown. Laverne S., Gaines, Pa. Differential gear. 
2.103.143; Deo. 21. 

Brown, Lawrence F., and P. A. Allen, assignors to Cort- 
land Line Company, Inc., Cortland, N. Y. Braiding ma- 
chine control. 2,079,836; May 11. 

Brown, Leo C. (See Newton, R. C, Bollens, and Brown.) 

Brown, Le Roy O., assignor to Justrite Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Portable electric lamp casing. 
2,074,536; Mar. 23. 

Brown, Le.slie O. (See Truex, H. C, and Brown.) 

Brown, Luther E., Greggton, Tex. Tool joint facing 
machine. 2,092,637 ; Sept. 7. 

Brown, Lutlier S., Fresno, Calif. Vehicle axle. 2,073,829 ; 
Mar. 16. 

Brown, Milo, Blackfoot, Idaho. Sack holder. 2,100,235 : 
Nov. 23. 

Brown, Morris, La Orange, 111., and S. P. O'Connor, 
Lakeview, Mont., assignors to Western Electric Com- 
pany, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Electroplating 
apparatus. 2,073,079 ; Mar. 1(5. 

Brown, Mortimer J., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Closure for 
Ice-making tubes. 2,072,518 ; Mar. 2. 

Brown, Mortimer J., Niagara Fulls, N. Y. Driploss dis- 
pensing device. 2.099.292 ; Nov. 10. 

Brown, Moilinier J., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Gasket. 
2,102.673 ; Dec. 21. 

Brown, Ned C. L., Scottsville, assignor to General Railway 
Sign.nl Compan.v, Gates, N. Y. Train control. 
2,067,110; .Tan. 5. 

Brown, Ned C. li., Scottsville, assignor to General Rail- 
way Signiil Coiiip.'inv, Rochester, N. Y. Car rctarder 
for railroads. 2,068.731 : Jan. 26. 

Brown, Ned C. L., Scottsville, assignor lo General Rail- 
way Sign.il Company, Rochester, N. Y. Car retarder 
for railfoads. 2,081,901 ; June 1. 

Brown, Ned C. L., Scottsville, assignor to General Rail- 
way Signal Company, Rocliester, N. Y. Car retarder for 
railroads. 2,083.544; June l.'j. 

Brown, Ned C. L., Scottsville, and G. M. Seidel, Rocliester, 
assignors to fJeneral Railway Signal Company, Roches- 
ter, N. y. AuloMiiilic swltclilng system for railroads. 
2,071,000; June 1. 

Brown, O.iliicy T., London, Ky. Toilet structure. 
2,088,050 ; July 27. 

Brown, Oia A., South Gate, assignor to I?n ash Ross 
Tool (Jompany, Los Angeles, (^illf. Well tool. 
2,097,547 ; Nov. 2. 



Brown, Perry W., Ridgewood, N. J. Spline connection. 

2,089,168 ; Aug. 3. 
Brown, Ralph L., Syracuse, assignor to The Solvay Process 

Company, New York, N. Y. Recovering phthalic an- 
hydride. 2,071,329 ; Feb. 23. 
Brown, Raymond W., New York, N. Y. Loose leaf book. 

2,068,262 ; Jan. 19. 
Brown, Reynolds D., Jr., assignor to Philadelphia Storage 

Battery Company. Philadelphia, Pa. Automatic volume 

control system. 2,086,465 ; July 6. 
Brown, Reynolds D., Jr., assignor to Philadelphia Storage 

Battery Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Intercarrier noise 

suppressor. 2,100,236 ; Nov. 23. 
Brown, Richard P., assignor to The Brown Instrument 

Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Control method and appa- 
ratus. Re. 20,569 ; Dec. 7. 
Brown, Robert C, Columbus, Ohio. Trestle. 2,096,668 ; 

Oct. 19. 
Brown, Robert E., Los Angeles, Calif. Water cooler. 

2,094,870 ; Oct. 5. 
Brown, Robert E., Los Angeles, assignor of one-half to J. 

B. Parker, Pasadena, Calif. Apparatus for distilling 

water. 2,079,897 ; May 11. 
Brown, Robert S., assignor to The New Britain Machine 

Company, New Britain, Conn. Safety feed knock-out. 

2.102,567 ; Dec. 14. 
Brown, Robert S., New Britain, and E. P. Smith, Har- 

winton, assignors, by mesne assignments, to The New 

Britain Machine Company, New Britain, Conn. Chuck- 
ing machine. 2,077,093 ; Apr. 13. 
Brown, Robert S., New Britain, and W. B. Retz, Plain- 

ville, assignors, by mesne assignments, to The New 

Britain Machine Company, New Britain, Conn. Metal- 
working machine. 2,083,312 ; June 8. 
Brown, Roger S., Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor of one- 
half to B. J. Sayles, Pittsburgh, Pa. Furnace. 

2,098,999 ; Nov. 16. 
Brown, Roy L., Sharon, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Transformer case structure. 2,085,080 ; June 29. 
Brown, Rudolph K., Morristown, N. J. Artificial body 

member and making the same. 2,103,511 ; Dec. 28. 
Brown, Russell L., Lowell, Mass., L. J. Walters, San 

Diego, Calif., S. A. Coleman, Pelham, N. H., and E. M. 

Brickett, North Chelmsford, Mass., assignors, by mesne 

assignments, to California Process Company, Los 

Angeles, Calif. Controlling means for batch machines. 

2,094,396; Sept. 28. 
Brown, Samuel B., Los Angeles, Calif. Gas and air 

mixing device. 2,094,978 ; Oct. 5. 
Brown. Sanford. (See Hanson, E. R., and Brown.) 
Brown, Sanford P., Beaumont, Tex. Building construc- 
tion. 2,076,877 ; Apr. 13. 
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Bennett, 

Arthur F., assignor.) 
Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Ben- 
nett. A. F., and Krause, assignors.) 
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Chafes, 

John S., assignor.) 
Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Feeney, 

William H., assinnor. ) 
Brown and Sharpe Blanufacturing Company. (See Gigger, 

Walter A., assignor.) 
Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See 

Graves, B. P., and Bennett, assignors.) 
Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Rich, 

Charles A., assignor.) 
Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company. (See Sizer, 

Harold ,S., assignor.) 
Brown, Stewart, Chicago, 111. Trap. 2,094,835 ; Oct. 5. 
Brown, Theodore B., Berwyn. 111. Sharpening device. 

2,067,594; .Tan. 12. 
Brown, Theophilus, assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 

111. Power lift means for tractors and the like. Re. 

20,415 ; June 22. 
Brown, Thoo|)IiilnR. Molino, 111., assignor to John Deere 

Tractor (^ompany, Waterloo, Iowa. Tractor. Re. 

20,532 ; Oct. 19. 
Brown, Theophilus, assignor to Deore & Company, Moline, 

111. Tractor. 2,080,692 ; May 18. 
Brown, Theophilus, assignor to Deore & Company, Moliuo, 

111. Control mechanism. 2,086,3.50 ; July G. 
Brown, TlKHiphilus. .issignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 

Til. Tractor. 2,094,871 ; Oct. 5. 
Brown, Tlieoi)hilus. nssignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 

III. Tractor. 2.099.194; Nov. 10. 
Brown, Tliooi)liiUis, and L. A. Murray, assignors to Deere 

& Company , Molino, III. Wheel. 2,087,882; July 27. 
Brown. Thomas 10.. Jr.. Tuxedo, N. Y. Counterbalancing 

mechanism for lifl bridgo.s. 2,103,661; Dec. 28. 
Brown, Victor Y., Tonhrldge, England, assignor to W. C. 

Anthony, Strenlor, III. Vehicle. Re. 20,292; Miir. 10. 
Brown. Wallace 10.. Fairdeld. Conn., assignor to 10. I. 

dii I'onI do Neinour.s & ("oinpanv. Wilmington, Del. 

Coiipling device for collapsible (ube.s. 2,089,940; Aug. 

17. 
Brown, Wallace 10., Fairfield, Conn., assignor to H. T. 

du I'ont <le Nemours & Compan.v. Wilmington, Del. 

Flexll)l<' noncnlliipsible tubing. 2.001,205 ; Aug. 31. 
Brown. Waller ().. Detroit, Mich. Box or bnslcpt. 

2,087,1) 11 ; July 27. 
Brown, Waller ()., Detroit. Mleh. Measuring container 

for granular nuiterlnl. 2.088,830 ; Aug. 3. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Brown, Walter R., assignor of fifty-one per cent to M. B. 
Smith and C. Armstrong. Pontiac, Mich. Oil burner. 
2.090.027 : Aug. 27. 

Brown, Walter W. (Spe Ward, H. E.. and Brown.) 

Brown, William, Irvington, N. J. Airplane. 2,092,204; 
Sept. 7. 

Brown, William, assignor ro IMcAdoo & Allen Welting 
Companv. Quabertown, Pa. Goodyear welt. 2,098,911 ; 
Xov. 9. 

Brown, William A., Philadelphia, Pa. Seating arrange- 
ment. 2.080.458 ; May 18. 

Brown, William A., Philadelphia, Pa. Lighting and air- 
conditionins device. 2.087.239 ; July 20. 

Brown William A., Philadelphia, Pa. Lighting and air 
conditioning device. 2.087.240 : Julv 20. 

Brown, William D.. and C. V. Foerster, Jr., Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Determining grain size of steel. 2,071,680 ; Feb. 
23. 

Brown, William H. (See Gebauer, C. L., and Brown.) 

Brown. William H., Cleveland, Ohio. Shoe holder. 
2.093.802 : Sept. 21. 

Brown, AVilliam H., assignor to Mueller Electric Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Clip connecter. 2.074,324 ; 
Mar. 23. 

Brown. William H., Bedford, Ohio. Permanent waving de- 
vice. 2,103.890 : Dec. 28. 

Brown. William H., Bedford. Ohio. Permanent waving 
device. 2,103,891 ; Dec. 28. 

Brown, William J., assignor of one-eighth to E. W. Bork- 
land, Jr., and one-eishth to T. Dillard, Jr., New York, 
N. Y. Joint. 2,090,497 ; Aug. 17. 

Brown. William L., Detroit, Mich. Cooling unit for arti- 
ficial refrigerating systems. 2,091,584 ; Aug. 31. 

Brown, William R.. Chicnso, 111. Air valve for spray 
guns. 2,068,225 ; Jan. 19. 

Brown, William S., assignor to Leggett and Piatt Spring 
Bed and Manufacturing Companv. Carthage, Mo. 
Spring structure. 2.077.036 ; Apr. 13. 

Brown. William Y., Charlotte, assignor of one-third to 
W. C. Honeycutt. Black Mountain, and one-third to 
R. H. Garland, Charlotte, N. C. Vehicular signal. 
2,082,778 ; June 8. 

Brown, William Y., Charlotte, assignor of one-third to 
W. C. Honeycutt, Black Mountain, and one-third to 
R. H. Garland. Charlotte, N. C. Wheel truck. 
2,102,674; Dec. 21. 

Brownback, Henrv L., Xorristown, Pa. Sealing composi- 
tion. 2,006,958 ; Jan. 5. 

Brownback. Henrv L., Norristown, Pa. Making bearings. 
2.096.157; Oct. 19. 

Browne, Andrew T., Drexel Hill, and C. O. Guernsev, 
Yeadon, assignors to The J. G. Brill Company, Phila- 
delphia. Pa. Passenger car construction. 2,084,835 ; 
June 22. 

Browne. Bennie O., Mnplewood, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 
Time delay relay. 2.090,995 : Aug. 24. 

Browne. Cecil O., London, assignor to The Gramophone 
Company Limited. Hayes. Middlesex, England. Repro- 
duction of sound with the aid of light. 2,085,571 ; 
June 29. 

Browne, Edwin H. (See Otting, H. E., and Browne.) 

Browne, Edwin H. (See Otting, H. E., Browne, and 
Hull.) 

Browne, Kenneth A.. Concord. Mass., W. B. Goodman, 
Paterson, and D. J. Lowman. Clifton, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to The Reed Propeller Co., Inc., 
Garden City. N. J. Dicing means. 2.067,595 : Jan. 12. 

Browne, Mary K.. Willoughbv, Ohio. Battle board tennis 
game. 2.067,071 : Jan. 5. 

Browne. Theodore C. Hinsdale, III. Molding and matrix. 
2.075.0.16 : >rar. 30. 

Browne. Vere B., assignor to Allegheny Steel Company, 
Brackenridpe. Pa. Utilizing stainless steel scrap. 
2.096.317; Oct. 19. 

Browne. Vere B.. assignor to Allegheny Steel Company, 
Brackenridge, Pa. Making chromiurn steel from chrb- 
minra steel scran. 2.000.318: Oct. 19. 

Browne. William H., et al. (See Roberts. William A., as- 
signor.) 

Brownell, Carl R., assignor to Worcester Tire Fabric Com- 
pany. Worcester, Mass. Tire carcass cord and manu- 
facture of s.Tme. 2.075.777 : Mar. .30. 

Browner. Cecil M., Beaumont, Calif. Tunnel mucking 
machine. 2,072.495 : Mar. 2. 

Browning, Edwin D.. Al.imeda. Calif. Trimming appara- 
tus. 2.086.254 : July 6. 

Browning, George. (See Jeppsson. I., .ind Browning. K 

Browning, George, assignor to Chicago Flexible Shaft 
Company, Chicago, 111. Coffee maker. 2.069.939; 
Feb. 9. 

Browning. George 31., Rutherford. X. J. Spark plug. 
2,100.320 : Xov. 30. 

Browning, J. M. & M. S., Company. (See Browning, John, 
assignor.) 

Browning, J. M. Sc M. S., Company, (See Browning, Mar- 
rlner A., assignor.) 

Browning, J. M. & M. S., Company. (See Browning, 
Val A., assignor.) 

Browning. John, assignor to J. M. & yi. S. Browning 
Company. Ogden. T"fah. Firearm. 2.098.562 : Xov. 9. 

Bro^\Tiing. John B.. Camden, X. J. Recording and repro- 
ducing s.vstem. 2,070,392 ; Feb. 9. 



Browning, John X.. Maysville, Ky., assignor to Rockwood 
Manufacturing Company. Pulley. 2,095,025 ; Oct. 5. 

Browning, JIarriner A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Brown- 
ing Company, Ogden. Utah. Automatic firearm. 
2.093.704 : Sept. 21. 

Browning. Marriner A., assignor to J. M. &. M. S. Brown- 
ing Companv, Ogden, Utah. Automatic firearm. 
2.093.705: Sept. 21. 

Browning. Marriner A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Brown- 
ing Companv. Ogden, Utah. Gas operated automatic 
firearm. 2.093.70G : Sept. 21. 

Browning, Jlarriner A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Brown- 
ing Companv, Ogden. Utah. Firing mechanism for 
automatic firearms. 2.093.707; Sept. 21. 

Browning. Marriner A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Browning 
Company. Ogden, Utah. Firearm. 2.097,782 ; Xov. 2. 

Browning. Paul, Brooklyn, X. Y. Seam ripper. 2,066,556 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Browning, Val A., Liege, Belgium, assignor to J. M. & 
M. S. Browning Companv. Ogden, Utah. Repeating fire- 
arm. 2,090.340 ; Aug. 17. 

Brownlee. Robert L., Chicago, 111. Clutch pulley. 
2.097.559 : Xov. 2. 

Brownmiller. Lorrin T.. Scarsdale, assignor to Bakelite 
Building Products Co.. Inc.. Xew York, X. T. Cemen- 
titious composition and making the same. 2,071.681 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Brownsdon. Henry W., Birmingham, England, assignor 
to Hooklpss FsKtener Company. Making slide fas- 
teners. 2.095.209 : Oct. 5. 

Brownsell, William F., Edna, Tex. Bull plug pipe con- 
nection. 2.070,855 ; Feb. 16. 

Brownson, Percv J., Hastings, Minn. Nose guard. 
2.073.511 : Mar. 9. 

Brownstein. Louis, assignor to Standard Hanger Co.. Inc., 
Brooklyn. X. Y. Garment hanger making machine. 

_, 2.081.167 : May 25. 

Brownyer, Xelson R., assignor to The Timken-Detroit 
Axle Companv. Detroit, Mich. Car wheel. 2,090.179 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Brovles, Watkins .A.. Eagleville. Mo. Instrument panel 
assembly. 2.078.121 ; Apr. 20. 

Brubaker, Jacob E., assignor to The Hubley Manufac- 
turing Company, Lancaster, Pa. Toy pistol. 
2,088.891 ; Aug. 3. 

Brubaker, Jacob Z., Manheim. Pa. Automatic dual tem- 
perature cooling system for motors. 2,069.749 ; Feb. 9. 

Brubaker, John T., Wilkinsburg, Pa. Packing for inter- 
nal combustion engine cylinders. 2.094,254 : Sept. 28. 

Brubaker, Merlin M. ~ (See Charch, W. H., Brubaker, and 
Meigs. ) 

Brubaker, Merlin M., Lindemere. assignor to E. I. dn 
Pont de Xemours & Comp.my. Wilmington. Del. Pro- 
tection of materials subject to parasitic attack. 
2,098.942 : Xov. 16. 

Brubaker. Merlin M.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
E. I. du Pont de Xemours & Company. Wilmington. Del. 
Article of manufacture and making same. 2,100,377 ; 
Xov. 30. 

Brubaker, Merlin M., and B. W. Howk. assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Xemours & Company. Wilmington, Del. 
Catalvtic hvdrogenation of alkyl substituted phenols. 
2.100.468 : X"ov. 30. 

Brubaker, Walter S.. Oakland, assignor to Granberg Meter 
Corporation. San Francisco, Calif. Siphon-breaking 
means for liquid metering systems. 2,093.952 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Brubaker. William A. (See Kline. W.. and Brubaker.) 

Bruce. Alfred W., assignor to American Locomotive Com- 
panv, Xew York, N. Y. Railway vehicle. 2,072.664 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Bruce. Donald S., Somerville. N. J., assignor to Johns- 
Manville Corporation. Xew York. X. Y. Friction mate- 
rial and making the s.ame. 2.077.669 ; Apr. 20. 

Bruce, E. L., Co. (See Lyons. Frank H., assignor.) 

Bruce, Edmond. Red Bank, X. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated. Xew York, X. Y. 
Directive radio system. 2.076 222 : Apr. 6. 

Bruce, Malcolm C. (See Peterson, Grover F.. assignor.) 

Bruce. Thnnins .\.. Western Springs. 111., assignor to 
International Patents Development Company, Wilming- 
ton, Del. Corn starch dextrine re-moistening gum. 
2,070,253 ; Feb. 9. 

Bruce. William 3f., Jlount Holly. X. J., assignor to The 
Perinutit Company, Xew York, N'. Y. Altering glau- 
conite. 2.076.443 ; Anr. 6. 

Bruce. William Mc.A.. (See Riley. R.. and Bruce.) 

Briiche, Ernst. (See Drewanz, E., and Briiche.) 

Briiche. Ernst, and W. Henneberg. Berlin-Reinickendorf- 
Ost. Germany, assignors to General Electric Company. 
Device for the deflection of electron beams. 2,101,669 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Bnick. Albert G. (See Winkler, W. G., and Bruck.) 

Briickel. Waldemar. Berlin-Wilmersdorf, and K. Haas. 
Berlin-Britz. Germany, assignors to General Electric 
Companv. Damping device for indicating instruments. 
2.100.833: Xov. 30. 

Bruckmayer, Fricdrich. (See Honigman, E., and Bmck- 
niaver.) 

Bruder, Edmund, Chicago, 111. Smoking tube. 2.099.925 ; 
Xov. 23. 

Bruder, Edmund, Chicago, 111. Smoking tube. 2,099,926 ; 
Nov. 23. 

Bnie. Thomas, et al. (See Pippig, Frederick A., as- 
signor.) 



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Bruecker, John, Chicago, 111. Electric shaver. 2,081,694 ; 
May 25. 

Brueggemann, Leo. Wuppertal-Oberbarmen, Germany, as- 
signor to American Bemberg Corporation, New York, 
N. y. Tension compensator for winding machines. 
2,102,109 : Dec. 14. 

Bruegger, Zeno A., Boise, Idaho. Adjustable truss for 
pistons. 2,070,197 ; Feb. 9. 

Bruengger, Heinrich. (See Graenacher, C, Ackermann, 
and Bruengger.) 

Bruening, Lee P., assignor of one-third to F. Goggin, 
Butte, Mont. Multiple purpose garment hanger. 
2,099,596 Nov. 16. 

Bruesewitz, Rudolph M., assignor to Allis-Chalmers Man- 
ufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Penetrating fi- 
brous material. 2.078,52.t : Apr. 27. 

Bmg'geman, Jean, Alost, Belgium, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Skenandoa Rayon Corporation, Utica, 
N. Y. Method and apparatus for spinning rayon. 
2,077,141: Apr. 13. 

Briigger, Albert, Philadelphia, Pa. Yarn swift. 
2,080,650 ; May 18. 

Brugger, Herman. West Los Aneeles. Calif. Plug re- 
tainer. 2,092,904 ; Sept. 14. 

Brugger, Ida W. (See Schlitz, John, assignor.) 

Briihl, Margarete. nee Dommick. (See Briihl, Paul.) 

Briihl, Paul, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany, Margarete 
Briihl, n6e Dommick, sole heir of the estate of said Paul 
Briihl, deceased. Two-row ball bearing. 2,086,466 ; 
July 6. 

Bruhn, George J., Great Neck, N. Y., assignor to Nu- 
Prong Fastener Corporation, Harrison, N. J. Machine 
for attaching staple fasteners to cards. 2,082,822 ; 
June 8. 

Bruijnes, Johannes. (See Uyterhoeven, W., van Dam, 
Vexburg, and Bruijnes.) 

Brui.ines, Joliniines, assignor to N. V. Philips Gloeilampen- 
fabrleken, Eindhoven, Netherlands. Cathode structure 
for discharce devices. 2.067.691 : Jan. 12. 

Bruins, Paul F., Jamaica, N. Y. Magazine and filter ciga- 
rette holder. 2.101,127 ; Dec. 7. 

Brlill, Koloman, New York, N. Y. High speed spindle 
and bearing means for the same. 2,068,652 ; Jan. 26. 

Brumbaugh, Isaac V., assignor to American Stove Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Thermostatic heat control for 
stove ovens. 2,006,821 : Jan. 5. 

Brumbaugh, Isaac V., assignor to American Stove Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Gas stove. 2,088,505 ; July 27. 

Brumbelow, Welcome E., Venice, Calif. Game apparatus. 
2,092,905 ; Sept. 14. 

Brump, Herbert L. (See Johnston, F. H., Lambert, and 
Brump.) 

Brun, Georges J. P. J. J., St. Etienne, France. Stabiliz- 
ing device for two-stroke free piston engines. 
2,097,431 ; Nov. 2. 

Brun, Georges, Saint-Etlenne, France, assignor to So- 
ci6t6 d'Etudes et d'Exploitation du G6n6rateur a. Pis- 
ton Libre. Pneumatic percussive tool. 2,089,109 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Brun, Willi. (See Woodford, W. H., and Brun.) 

Brun, Willi, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc. Chemical compound. 2,090,745 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Briin, Willi, Stratford, Conn., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc. Priming mixture. 2,097,510 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Brun, Willi, Stratford, Conn., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc. Chemical compound and use 
therefor. 2,099,29.3 : Nov. 16. 

Brunauer. Albert, Detroit, Mich. Fountain brush. 
2,095,433 : Oct. 12. 

Brundage, Alfred H., Maplewood, N. J. Water purifier 
and filter. 2,082,322 ; June 1. 

Brundin, Harold E., assignor to C. F. Schaub, Longview, 
Wash. Two-part cellular carton for eggs and similar 
fragile objects. 2,091,959 ; Sept. 7. 

Brundin, Harold E., assignor to C. F. Schaub, Longview, 
Wash. Carton for eggs. 2,091,960 ; Sept. 7. 

Bru!ulr(!d, William J., W. E. Crowley, and U. P.. Bossier, 
assignors to Rrundred OH Corporation, Oil City, Pa. 
Packer. 2,098.484 ; Nov. 9. 

Brundrod Oil Corporation. (See Brundrcd, W. J., Crow- 
ley, and Bossier, assignors.) 

Bruner, Donald L., Coral Gables, Fla., and J. II. Ilerr, 
Dayton, Ohio. Goggles. 2,099,464 ; Nov. 16. 

Bruner-Ritter, Inc. (See Greenbowe, James W., as- 
signor.) 

Brunell, Leo W., Foxboro, Mass., assignor to Interchemieal 
Corporation. Disturbance actuated valve. 2,093,144; 
Sept. 14. 

Brunlioff Miinufacturiiig Company, The. (See Karst, 
('laiciico K., assignor.) 

Brunk, Harold J., Chicago, 111., assignor to The C. F. 
I'oase Company. Applying developer to a moving 
print. 2,102,585 ; Dec. iil. 

Brunken, Johann<'s, Dessau In Anhalt, A. Sioglltz, Frjink- 
fort-on-the-Maln-Sindllngen, and M. Dabelow, Frank- 
fort-on-llu'-Miiln-Ilochst, Germany, assignors to Agfa 
Ansco (Jorporalloii, Blnglmmton. N. Y. Trlmetliino 
cyanino dyes. 2,090,842 ; Oct. 26. 

Hrunkow, Herbert E., assignor to K. M. Brunkow, DclaiiD, 
Minn. Sorting mnoblne. 2,096.572 ; Oct. 19. 

Brunkow, Katlicrinc I\(. (See Brunkow, llorbert 10., as- 
signor.) 



Brunnemer, William T. M., Monte Vista, Colo. Inde- 
pendent wheel suspension. 2,094,142 ; Sept. 28. 
Brunuer, Albert, assignor to Wagner Electric Corporation, 

St. Louis, Mo. Packing cup. 2.076,363 ; Apr. 0. 
Brunner, Albert, assignor to Wagner Electric Corporation, 

St. Louis, Mo. Burring tool. 2,083,427 ; June 8. 
Brunner, Anton J., Congress Park, 111., assignor to Vv'est- 

ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Method of and apparatus for working material. 

2,096.422 ; Oct. 19. 
Brunner, Arnold. (See Kranzlein, G., Thiess, Greune, 

and Brunner.) 
Brunner, Arnold, and K. Thiess, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 

Germany, assignor to General Aniline Works, Inc., New 

York, N. Y. Preparing dioxazine compounds and sub- 
stances so obtained. 2,092,387 ; Sept. 7. 
Brunner, Arthur, San Francisco, Calif. Temperature 

controlled container for refrigerators. 2,092,105 ; 

Sept. 7. 
Brunner, Cora M., executrix. (See Brunner, J., and 

Beers.) 
Brunner, Elmer F., Akron, Ohio, assignor to Winefoot 

Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Vehicle wheel mounting. 

2,084,077 : June 15. 
Brunner, Herman, Waterford, Wis. Sand spreader. 

2,071,495; Feb. 23. 
Brunner, John. Chicago, 111., by C. M. Brunner, executrix, 

and A. D. Beers, Gary, Ind. Treating rails. 2,101,047 ; 

Dec. 7. 
Brunner, Lillian B., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Guard attach- 
ment for mixing machines. 2,101.980 ; Dec. 14. 
Brunnhuber, Joseph, and J. Schmid, Altoona, Pa. Window 

strip. 2.101.733; Dec. T. 
BrunntrUger, Franz. (See Kranzlein, G., Greune, and 

Brunntrager.) 
Brunntrager, Franz. (See Kranzlein, G., Greune, Thiele, 

and Brunntrager.) 
Bruno, Andrew, New York, N. Y. Egg holder. 2,072,794 ; 

Mar. 2. 
Bruno, Samuel J., Jersey Citv, N. J. Reproducing mech- 
anism. 2,090,004; Aug. 24. 
Bruns, George H., Grasmere, N. Y. Device for hoisting 

beams. 2,079,240 ; May 4. 
Bruns, William H., Yonkers, assignor to Otis Elevator 

Company, New York, N. Y. Protective device for 

squirrel cage induction motors. 2,089,249 ; Aug. 10. 
Brunst, William M., Columbus, Ohio, assicnor to General 

Door Company, Reno, Nev. Door. 2,076,878; Apr. 13. 
Brunst, William M., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to General 

Door Company, Reno, Nev. Rolling door structure. 

2,095,090; Oct. 12. 
Brunstrum. Lawrence C, Chicago, 111., and E. W. Adams, 

Hammond, Ind., assignors to Standard Oil Company, 

Chicago, 111. Grease. 2,070,781; Feb. 16. 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Collier, 

Charles O., assignor.) 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Dolison, 

Dewey H., assignor.) 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Matte- 
son. Jesse O.. assignor.) 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company. (See Norris, 

Charles B., assignor.) 
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The. (See Stock, 

Anthony T., assignor.) 
Brush, Alanson P., Detroit, Mich. Aircraft. 2,073,864; 

Mar. 16. 
Brush, Alanson P., Detroit, Mich. Internal combustion 

engine. 2.083.939 ; June 15. 
Brush, Arthur R., assignor of one-half to M. Freedman, 

Hornell, N. Y. Lifting .jack. 2,080,530; May 18. 
Brush Beryllium Company, The. (See Kjellgren, B. R. 

F., and Sawyer, assignors.) 
Brush Development Company, Tlie. (See Williams, Alfred 

Ij. W.. nssicnor.) 
Brush, John B., Cincinnati, Ohio. Switching device for 

vehicle signals. 2,077,670 ; Apr. 20. 
Brush, John G. (See Davis, C. F., Brush, and Mayne.) 
Brush, Wallace P.. San Francisco, Calif. Ignition testing 

system. 2.067.256; Jan. 12. 
Brushe, Robert C, West Allls, assignor to Pressed Steel 

Tank Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Nonreflllable barrel. 

2,077,210; Apr. 13. 
Brush-On Stove Polish Company, The. (See Le Moine, 

G. D., and Gagin, assignor".) 
Bruaon, Herman A., assignor to RUluii & Unas Company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Aromatic polyether chlorideB. 

2,097,411 ; Nov. 2. 
Bruaon, llcrninn A., assignor to Riihm & Haas Company, 

I'bilndelnhlii, Pa. Aromatic polyether chloride. 

2,098,20.3 ; Nov. 2. 
Bruaon, Ifiiin.'in A., assignor to Rlihin & Haas Company, 

I'liiladelphia, Pa. Phenolic chloroethers. 2.098,204; 

Nov. 2. 
Bruaon, Ilernian A., Elklna Park, assignor to lUihm & 

Haas Company, Philadelphia. I'a. Preparing esters and 

products. 2,100,993; Nov. 30. 
Briison, Ifernian ,\., (icriuantowM, assignor to Tlie 

Resinous Products & Cliemlcal Conipiinv, Phlladelplilii, 

I'll. I'reparing ether acids. 2,068,905; Jan. 26. 
Itru.soM, lIcMiiuiii A., (Ii'rrninilown, as.sl^nor li> 'I'hc Resl- 

noiiM I'rodnclH iV ("henilciil Co. Inc.. I'liiladelphia, I'n. 

Condensation product of castor oil with half ester of 

nialelc add. i,0H1.200; May 25. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Bruson, Herman A., Germantown, Philadelphia, assignor 
to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Com- 
position of matter and process. 2,091,027 ; Aug. 31. 

Bruson, Herman A., and L. \V. Covert, Philadelphia, Pa., 
a.ssignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Reaction product and process. 2,068,634 ; Jan. 19. 

Bruson, Herman A., Philadelphia, Pa., J. D. Robinson, 
Buffalo, N. Y., and O. Stein, Philadelphia, Pa., as- 
signors to The Resinous Products & Chemical Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Higher aromatic keto fatty acids 
and producing same. 2,071,496 ; Feb. 23. 

Bruson, Herman A., Elkins Park, and O. Stein, Lansdowne, 
assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sulphonated condensation product. 2,072,153 ; Mar. 2. 

Bruson, Herman A., Elkins Park, and O. Stein, Lansdowne, 
assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Tertiary alkylaryloxy alkylols. 2,075,018 ; Mar. 30. 

Brussell, Jacob, New York, N. Y. Knife structure foi 
trimming mechanism. 2,073,920 ; Mar. 16. 

Brussell, Jacob, New York, N. Y., assignor to I. Friedman, 
Roselle. N. J. Pinking machine. 2,093,071 ; Sept. 14. 

Bruun, Otto J., Copenhagen, Denmark. Hydraulic cap- 
suling machine. 2,088,635 ; Aug. 3. 

Bruyant, Gaston V., assignor to Society a responsabilit^ 
limit^e dite : Distillation a Basse Temperature et Auto- 
Agglomeration des Combustibles, Paris, France. Appa- 
ratus for the agglomeration of powders of solid com- 
bustibles. 2,089,875 ; Aug. 10. 

Bryan, Charles S. (See Fiske, A. H., and Bryan.) 

Bryan Engineering Company, Inc. (See Dodge, Harry H., 
assignor.) 

Bryan, George A., Peru, Ind., assignor to Brvan Steam 
Corporation. Oil burner. 2.086,377 ; July 6. 

Bryan, Osborne A. (See Lansing, Edward S., assignor.) 

Bryan, John H., Moline, Kans. Pump attachment. 

2.086.467 ; July 6. 

Bryan, Ruth M., Tulsa, Okla. Key holding device. 

2.086.468 : July 6. 

Bryan Steam Corporation. (See Bryan, George A., as- 
signor.) 

Bryan, William J., Jr. (See Thomas, Richard, assignor.) 

Bryant, Blanche B., administratrix. (See Bryant, Wil- 
liam L. ) 

Bryant, Charles E., assignor to Frank Holton and Com- 
pany, Elkhorn, Wis. Valve action mechanism for wind 
instruments. 2,083,048 ; June 8. 

Bryant, Charles M., Seattle, Wash. Washing fruit. 
2,072,865 ; Mar. 9. 

Bryant Chucking Grinder Company. (See Bryant, Wil- 
liam L., assignor.) 

Bryant, Don W., assignor of one-fourth to D. B. Shapiro, 
and one-fourth to B. H. Sachar, Chicago, 111. Bicycle. 
2.082,147 ; June 1. 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Collins, James W., 
assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Cunningham, Roy 
H., assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Forstrom, Edward 
E., assignor.) 

Bryant Electric Company, The. (See Hodgkins, Charles 
H., assignor.) 

Bryant, George W., assignor to Skenandoa Rayon Cor- 
poration, Utica, N. Y. Process and apparatus for the 
manufacture of rayon. 2,068,032; Jan. 19. 

Bryant Heater Company, The. (See Fonda, Bayard P., 
assignor.) 

Bryant, Nc^wton W. (See Bjornson, B. G., and Bryant.) 

Bryant, Ozro N., Prospect Park, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Elastic fluid turbine. 2,091,660 ; Aug. 31. 

Bryant, Roy B., Dallas, Tex. Refrigerator. 2,077,739 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Bryant, Roy B., Dallas, Tex. Well screen. 2,090,180 ; 
Aug. 17. 

Bryant, Stanley C, Des Planes, 111., assignor to General 
Railway Signal Company, Rochester. N. Y. Snubbing 
means for semaphore signals. 2,073,575 ; Mar. 9. 

Bryant, Tliomas W., South Gate, Calif. Automatic igni- 
tion controller for internal combustion engines. 
2.006,158 ; Oct. 19. 

Bryant, Thomas W., Denver, Colo. Automatic ignition 
timer for internal combustion motors. 2,090,294 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Bryant, ^Vi^ard G., Miami, ijla. Receptacle holder. 
2.101,520: Dec. 7. 

Bryant, \VilIiam L., deceased, by B. B. Brvant, admin- 
istratrix, assignor to Bryant Chucking Grinder Com- 
pany, Springfield, Vt. Grinding machine. 2,076,808 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Bryco, David A. (See Aldrich, R. H., and Bryce.) 

Bryco, James W., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to lufcnia- 
tional liii.^iness Machines fJorporation, New York, N. Y. 
Scale. 2,000.762 : Jan. 5. 

Bryce, James \V., liloomfield, N. J., assignor to Interna- 
tional Business Machines Corpnrnticm, Nrw York, N. Y. 
Material conlroUing scale. 2,060,763 ; Jan. 5. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Sorting machine. 2,076,700; Apr. 33. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Recording mechanism. 
2,083,302 ; June 8. 



Bryce, James W., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Electric time system. 
2,083,363 ; June 8. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Slachines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Record controlled and 
record making accounting machine. 2,090,103 ; Aug. 
17. 

Bryce, James W., Bloomfield, N. J., and A. H. Dickinson, 
Brooklyn, assignors to International Business Machines 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Printing machine. 
2,093,545 ; Sept. 21. 

Bryce Limited. (See Ayres, John, assignor.) 

Brvnild, Lars, Boston, Mass. Wave operated pump. 
2,068,653 ; Jan. 26. 

Brynoldt, Christian, Pittsburgh, assignor to Blaw-Knox 
Company, Blawnox, Pa. Jlethod and apparatus for 
constructing concrete walls. 2,096,159; Oct. 19. 

Bryson, Tandy A., Troy, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to American Machine and Metals, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
A periodic mounting for centrifugal separators. 
2,094,058 : Sept. 28. 

Brzeziiiski, Edward, South Milwaukee, Wis. Crankless 
motor. 2,088,504 : July 27. 

Bubblestone Company. The. (See Rice, John A., assignor.) 

Bubblestone Company. (See Rice, John A. and R. B., 
assignors. ) 

Bubes, Simon, Chicago, 111. Door lock. 2.100,237 ; Nov, 
23. 

Bublitz, Otto J., Milwaukee, Wis. Apparatus for treating 
steam heating systems. 2,073,139 ; Mar. 9. 

Buc, Hyym E., Roselle, and S. C. Fulton, Elizabeth, N. J., 
assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. Con- 
tinuous process for the preparation of chlorhydrin and 
the recovery of urea. 2,087,591 ; July 20. 

Buccicone, Dario, Gary, Ind., assignor to American Sheet 
and Tin Plate Company. Apparatus for guiding and 
aligning strip material. 2,071,082 ; Feb. 23. 

Buccicone, Dario, and C. M. Shank, Gary, Ind. Safety 
latch for hooks. 2,091,093 ; Aug. 24. 

Buch, Peter E., Passaic, and A. A. Hansen, Maplewood, 
N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Switching device. 2,075,499 ; 
Slar. 30. 

Buehan, Hugh G., deceased, Drexel Hill; F. Hartzell, 
executor of said H. G. Buehan, assignor to Buehan 
Loose Leaf Records Company, Clifton Heights, Pa. 
Holder for sheets for visibly displaying- same and for 
having data entered thereon. 2,095,053 ; Oct. 5. 

Buehan. Hugh G., Drexel Hill, Pa., Frank Hartzell, execu- 
tor of said Buehan, deceased. Transferring and insert- 
ing sheets. 2,083,550 ; June 15. 

Buehan Loose Leaf Records Company. (See Buehan, 
Hugh G., assignor.) 

Buchanan, Clarence M., et al. (See Leidgen, Nicholas C, 
assignor.) 

Buchanan, David L., White ISIarsh, assignor to Edward 
G. Budd Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Water heating system. 2,102,940; Dec. 21. 

Buchanan. George T., Detroit, Mich. Reed hook. 
2,100,530 ; Nov. 30. 

Buchanan, Gordon, East Orange, N. J., assignor to Penn- 
sylvania Crusher Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Crusher 
pitman. 2,081,982 ; June 1. 

Buchanan, Gordon, East Orange, N. J., assignor to Penn- 
sylvania Crusher Company, Philadephia, Pa. Jaw 
crusher. 2,084,188 : June 15. 

Buchanan, Guy H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to American 
Cvanamid Company. New York, N. Y. Tree band ma- 
terial. 2,083.984 : June 15. 

Buchanan, James A., assignor to Vogt Manufacturing 
Corporation, Rochester, N. 1'. Textile strap construc- 
tion. 2,071,319 ; Feb. 23. 

Buclianan James .\.. assignor of fortv-nine per cent to 
J. M. Ilojiper, Los Angeles, Calif. Piston. 2,076,118 ; 
.•\or. 0. 

Buchan.TU, John C. Detroit, Mich., assignor to Norge 
Corporation. Shelf support. 2,080,907 ; May 18. 

Buchanan, William E., assignor to Appleton Wire Works, 
Inc., Appleton, Wis. Method and apparatus for join- 
ing wire cloth. 2. 078.309 : Apr. 27. 

Buchen. Joseph C, San Leandro, Calif., assignor to Leslie 
Salt Coini).uiy. Container spout. 2,009,738 ; Feb. 9. 

Buchheit, Henry F., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor of one- 
half to A. Mater. Fire fighting and rescue apparatus. 
2,100,000 ; Nov. 23. 

Buchhold, Theodor, Mannheim-Neuostheim, Germany, as- 
signor to Aktiengesellschaft Brown Boveri & Cie, Baden, 
Switzerland. Electric drive system. 2,098.177; 
Nov. 2. 

Biichholz, Erich, Berlin, assignor to H. Lindner, Berlin- 
Wittenau, Germany. Mechanism for producing accu- 
rately pitched cutting on circular work. 2,098,132 : 
Nov. 2. 

Buchholz, Ren€ F., assignor to The Atlantic Refining 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Three-point suspension for 
tank trucks. 2,071,330; Feb. 23. 

I'.uchholz, William C, assignor to Ackshand Knitting Co., 
Inc., Ballston Spa., N. Y. Knitted article ■ and pro- 
ducing same. 2,082,779 ; June 8. 

Btichi, Alfred. Wlntertbur. Switzerland. Internal Com- 
bustion engine. 2,082,780 ; June 8. 



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Buchler, Clifford C, and J. M. Page, Jr., Casper, Wyo., 
assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Re- 
fining lubricating oil with dichloroethyl ether. 
2,100,099 ; Nov. 23. 

Buchloh, Hans, Leverljusen-I. G. Werk, Germany, as- 
signor, by mesne assignments, to Pen-Chlor, Inc., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Porous body. 2,077,512 ; Apr. 20. 

Buchner, Arthur A. (See Hicks, H. A., Herreshoff, and 
Buchner.) 

Buck, B. I., Company, The. (See Blakeney, C. G., and 
Buck, assignors.) 

Buclc, Benjamin I. (See Blakeney, C. G., and Buck.) 

Buck, Fred, Wilmette, 111. Crucifix. 2,076,701 ; Apr. 13. 

Buck, Lucien, Manchester, Conn. Apparatus for condi- 
tioning sheet material. 2,083,141 ; June 8. 

Buck, Lucien, Manchester, Conn. Apparatus for condi- 
tioning sheet material. 2,083,142 ; June 8. 

Buck, Nelson E., and D. W. Roper, Cliicago, and A. P. 
Thorns, Winnetka, 111. Stop joint for electric cables. 
2,075,019; Mar. 30. 

Buck, Nelson E., and D. W. Roper, Chicago, 111., as- 
signors to General Electric Company, Schenectady, 
N. Y. Cable joint. 2,093,305 ; Sept. 14. 

Buck, Walter F., Brighton, Boston, Mass. Changeable 
exhibitor. 2,068,226 ; Jan. 19. 

Buckbee, John C, Los Angeles, Calif. Rotary pump. 
2,098,652 ; Nov. 9. 

Buckeye Aluminum Company, The. (See Porter, Kirk E., 
assignor.) 

Buckeye Portable Tool Company, The. (See Ripsch, 
Charles W., assignor.) 

Buckeye Portable Tool Company, The. (See Ripsch, C. W., 
and Wuebben, assignors.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Johnson, 
G. T., and Stertzbach, assignors.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Johnson, 
G. T., and Wolfe, assignors.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Stertzbach, 
H. W., and Orr, assignors.) 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The. (See Wolfe, H. H., 
and McPIierson, assignors.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. (See Bennett, 
Robert N., assignor.) 

Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, The. (See Bennett, 
R. N.. and George, assignors.) 

Buckingham, Earle, Belmont, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to R. Hoe & Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Inking mechanism for rotary printing machines. 
2,075,568 ; Mar. 30. 

Buckingham, Harold S., Bala-Cynwyd, assignor to Silver 
Seal Dairy Products Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Ad- 
hesive applying mechanism. 2,098,857 ; Nov. 9. 

Buckle, Francis W., Glanford Township, Ontario, Canada. 
Poultry feeder and waterer. 2,084,240 ; June 15. 

Bucklen, Herbert E., et al. (See Bear, Paul S., assignor.) 

IJncklen. Herbert E., Elkhart, Ind. Carburetor control. 
2,075,884; Apr. 6. 

Bucklen, Herbert B., Elkhart, Ind^ assignor of one-fourth 
to P. S. Bear, Dowagiac, Mich. Mercury switch. 
2,091,803 ; Aug. 31. 

Buckley, Arthur H., Chicago, 111. Power-operated mech- 
anism. 2,079,837; May 11. 

Buckley, John P., Washington, D. C. Diagnostic appa- 
ratus. 2,077,211 ; Apr. 13. 

Buckley, John P., Washington, D. C. Automatic account- 
ing and checking system. 2,080,758; May 18. 

Buckley, John 1'., Washington, D. C. Aeronautical device. 
2,081,134; May 25. 

Buckley, Swithin W., Wilmington, Del. Greasing unit. 
2,070,444 ; Apr. 6. 

Buckley, Thomas A. (See Terry, M. C, and Buckley.) 

Bucknam, James H., Cranford, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Valve assembly. 2,095,789 ; Oct. 12. 

Bucknam, James H., and L. W. Young, Buffalo, N. Y., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Union Carbide 
and Carbon Corporation. Method and apparatus for 
welding and cutting. 2,089,014 ; Aug. 3. 

Bucknam, James 11., Cranford, and L. W. Young, Scotch 
Plain.s, N. J., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Union Carbide and (Carbon Company. Control system 
for welding and cutting machines. 2,089,015; Aug. 3. 

Bucknam, Worthy C, Mechanics Falls, Maine, assignor, 
by mosiie iissignments, to Union Carbide iiiul Carbon 
Coipoiation. Fluid regulator. 2,09.'5,210 ; Oct. 5. 

Bucknaiu, Wortliy C. Mecrhanic Falls, Maine, and G. I. 
Jones, Buffalo, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Welding. 
2,085,890 ; July C. 

BuckniM-, Orcllo ,S., Northboro, Mass. Abrasive tool. 
2,090,104 ; Aug. 17. 

Buekner, William A., Fresno, Calif. Traveling sprinkler. 
2,075,336 ; Mar. 30. 

Buck waller, Tracy V. (See Scrlbner, W. L., and Buck- 
waller.) 

Buck wait or, Tracy V., assignor to Tlie Timken Roller 
IScarlng Company, Canton, Ohio. Truck. 2,100,005; 
Nov. 23. 

Bucltwnlrer, Tracy V., assignor to The Timken Roller Itcar- 
lug CoiTipiiny, Canton, Ohio. Locomotive running gear. 
2,10:i,978; Dec. 28. 

Buckwaller, 'J'racy V., and J. lleklner, usslgnorR to The 
Tlmkfiii Roller Beurlng Company, (Janton. Ohio. Driv- 
ing nxlo construction. 2,080,010; Aug. 3. 



Bucky, Gustav, assignor to Roefinag Research Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for the detection of 
minute current or voltage changes. 2,088,584 ; Aug. 3. 

Bucy, Edmond H., Waukegan, assignor to Atlas Powder 
Company, North Chicago, 111. Composition of matter 
yielding films. 2,077,875 ; Apr. 20. 

Bucy, Edmond H., Waukegan, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Atlas Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Offset process. 2,078,790; Apr. 27. 

Bucy, Edmond H., and R. Watkins, Waukegan, assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to Atlas Powder Company, North 
North Chicago, 111. Condensation products of phenol- 
phthaleln. 2,085,183 ; June 29. 

Bucy, Edmond H., and R. Watkins, Waukegan, 111., as- 
signors to Atlas Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Condensation product of phenolplithalein. 2,099,510 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Bucy, Floyd L., and V. A. La Rock, Eau Claire, Wis. 
Curing rubber articles. Re. 20,561 ; Nov. 30. 

Bucy, Floyd L., and V. A. La Rock, Eau Claire, Wis. Tire 
vulcaniing core. 2,100,627 ; Nov. 30. 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Blanchett, Luther E., as- 
signor.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Fykse, Mitchell L., as- 
signor.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Parker, Paul R., assignor.) 

Bucyrus-Erie Company. (See Stiehl, C. E., and Leliman, 
assignors.) 

Buczkowski, Edward J., Ambler, Pa., assignor by mesne 
as.signments, to Keasbey & Mattison Company. Shingle. 
2.094,059 : Sept. 28. 

Buda Company, The. (See Brown, Hugh S., assignor.) 

Budd, Clarence E., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 2,077,916 ; Apr. 20. 

Budd, Denison M., North Tarrytown, N. Y. Commercial 
automotive vehicle with animated display advertising. 
2,091,670 ; Aug. 31. 

Budd, Edward G., assignor to Edward G. Budd Manufac- 
turing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Metallic wall or 
partition. 2,069,176 ; Jan. 26. 

Budd, Edward G., assignor to Edward G. Budd Manu- 
facturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Rail car wheeL 
2,078,191 ; Apr. 20. 

Budd, Edward G., assignor to Edward G. Budd Manufac- 
turing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Pneumatic tire and 
reenforcing material therefor. 2,083,003 ; June 8. 

Budd, Edward G., assignor to Edward G. Budd Manufac- 
turing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Rubberized prod- 
uct. 2,103,245 ; Dec. 28. 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Beider- 
man, Edward G., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Birkin, 
Dimitri, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Bu- 
chanan. David L., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G. Manufacturing Company. (See Budd, 
Edward G., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward -G., Manufacturing Company. (See Dean, 
Albert G., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Co. (See Dean, Wal- 
ter B., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Led- 
winka, Joseph, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Mayer, 
William J., assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Rags- 
dale, E. J. W., and Heitman, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Schiff, 
Ludwig, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Traut- 
vetter, George, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See Tarbox, 
.John P.. assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Co. (See Van Horn, 
Duane, assignor.) 

Budd, Edward G., Manufacturing Company. (See White- 
soil, John C, Jr., assignor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Eksergian, Carolus L., as- 
signor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Farr, Warren IT., a.ssignor.) 

Budd Wheel Company. (See Hanson, Arthur F., assignor.) 

Budd \\'lu>el Company. (See Tarbox, John P., assignor.) 

r.iidden, llaiihury A. (Sr(> W'arriMi. T!ioni;is W.. asslu'nor.) 

Bndds, Ileniy II., and T. Gorzel.iny, assignor to Briggs 
MiinufMcturing Company, Detroit, Mich. (Jrlnding disk 
an<l making the s:ime. 2,085,211 ; June 29. 

Buder, Charh-s O., Webster Groves, Mo. Air condition- 
ing. 2,0!);!,(;!)I ; Sept. 21. 

Budcrns'sfho llisenwerke. (See B(>nd(>r, K., and Bunko.) 

Budlong, Lest("r G. (See Watson, I/. M., Ternos, and Bud- 
long.) 

Budlong, Simeon. (See Staulver, C. F., and Itudlong.) 

Itudlong, Simeon, Chicago, 111. Transmission mechanism. 
2,09S.7I0 : Nov. !). 

ItudowskI, Isnnr, Parl.s, France. Refining hydrocarboua. 
2, 083. 253 ; June 8. 

Iludzyna, Walter J., Rnst Douglns, nsslgnor to Draper 
('(iiimialldii. llopednle, Mass. Shuttle chnnglni: loom. 
2,08 1,551 : .luiie 22. 

Kuehli'r, .Alliin M., assignor to Eastern Steel Produots 
Lliiilli'd. I'ri'Hlon, Ontario, Canada. Kerllllxer sowing 
111 iMchiiicnl lor seeding innchlnoR. 2,009,795; Nov. 23. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Buehler, Leon, Jr., assignor to Frick Company, Waynes- 
boro, Pa. Zigzag cooler. 2.087,835 ; July 20. 

Buehn. Charles M., Philadelphia, Pa. Windshield. 
2.073,140 : Mar. 9. 

Buehner. William F. A., Miami, Fla. Automobile license 
pl.ate holder. 2,077,142; Apr. 13. 

Buehrig, Gordon M., assignor to Auburn Automobile Com- 
pany. Auburn. Ind. Clock. 2.101,235: Dec. 7. 

Buek, Tvcho, Jr., Wynnewood, Pa., assignor to C. H. 
Daniels, Wellesley Hills, Mass. Shoe. 2,068,482 ; Jan. 
19. 

Buell, Albert E., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Sweetening hydrocarbon fluids. 
2.094.485 ; Sept. 28. 

Buell, Albert E., aud W. A. Schulze, assignors to Phillips 
Petroleum Company, Bartlesville, Okla, Desulphurizing 
hydrocarbons. 2,075,171 ; Mar. 30. 

Buell, Albert E., and W. A. Schulze, assignors to Phillips 
Petroleum Companv, Bartlesville, Okla. Desulphurizing 
hydrocarbons. 2,075,172 ; Mar. 30. 

Buell, Albert E., and W. A. Schulze, assignors to Phillips 
Petroleum Company, Bartlesville, Okla. Desulphurizing 
hydrocarbons. 2,075.173 ; Mar. 30. 

Buell, Albert E. and W. A. Schulze, assignors to Phillips 
Petroleum Company, Bartlesville, Okla. Desulphurizing 
hydrocarbons. 2,075,174 ; Mar. 30. 

Buell, Albert E., and W. A. Schulze, assignors to Phillips 
Petroleum Company, Bartlesville, Okla. Desulphuriz- 
ing hydrocarbons. 2,098,943 : Nov. 16. 

Buell Combustion Company Limited, The. (See Essers, 
Jakob, assignor.) 

Buell Combustion Company, The. (See Glinka, Karl, as- 
signor.) 

Buell Combustion Company Limited, The. (See Jacobsen, 
Olaf B.. assiffnor.) 

Buell Combustion Company Limited, The. (See Sasse, W., 
and Schneider, assignors.) 

Buell, Roy C. (See Bancker, E. H., and Buell.) 

Buell, Roy C, Schenectady, N, Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company, Recording instrument, 2,074,142 ; 
Mar, 16. 

Buelna, Guadalupe. (See Nelson, L. R., and Buelna.) 

Buelna, Guadalupe, assignor of one-half to H. E. J. 
Vacher, Santa Barbara, Calif. Sprinkler. 2,071,109 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Buena Tista Iron Company. (See Fox, B., and Ericson, 
assignors. ) 

Buenger. Frederick L., assignor of one-half to A. C. John- 
son, Chicago, 111. Liquid sealed pump. 2,077,394 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Buente, Charles F. (See Biggert, F. C. Jr., and Buente.) 

Buerger, Charles B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Gulf Oil Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Cracking hydro- 
carbon oils. 2,072,394 ; Mar. 2. 

Buerke, Elsie A., administratrix. (See Buerke, Jesse C.) 

Buerke, Jesse C, deceased, Tampa, Fla., E. A. Buerke, 
administratrix. Traffic control. 2,082,479 ; June 1. 

Bueschel, Andrew E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Carton & Specialties, Inc., Chicago, 111. Carton. 
2.081.574 : May 25. 

BuPttner, Kilian H., Baltimore, Md. Extension door *or 
garages and other buildings. 2,091,065 ; Aug. 24. 

Buffalo Bolt Company. (See Jones, Harry B., assignor.) 

Buffalo Brake Eoam Company. (See Busch, Charles R.. 
assignor.) 

Buffalo Electric Furnace Corporation. (See Sell, Gilbert 
E., assignor.) 

Buffalo Electro-Chemical Company. (See Bretschger, Max 
E.. assignor.) 

Buffalo Electro-Chemical Company. (See KauEfmann, 
Hans O., assignor.) 

Buffalo Foundry & Machine Company. (See Kermer, 
Martin J., assignor.) 

Buffalo Foundry & Slachinery Co. (See Lavett, Charles 
O., assignor.) 

Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See Haas, Lucien L., 
assignor.) 

Buffalo Pressed Steel Company. (See MacKenzie, R. J., 
and Haas, assignors.) 

Buffalo Pressed Steel Company Inc. (See Heath, Laurence 
R.. assignor.) 

Buffalo-Springfield Roller Co., The. (See Aitken, Andrew 
W., assignor.) 

Buffalo-Springfield Roller Co., The. (See Grelner, Carl 
F., assignor.) 

Buffington. Dorothy J., Highland Park, Mich. Child's gar- 
ment. 2.0S1.2nO: M.ay 25. 

Bufflngton, Hildegarde M., Arlington, Va, Smoker's arti- 
cle. 2.985,293 ; June 29. 

BuHington. John R. (See Raisch, W., Woodman, Buffing- 
ton, and Morris.) 

Bnfflngton, M.nlcolm R., Millburn, N. J. Packing ring. 
2,069,212 : Feb. 2. 

Buffum, Thomas B., Providence, R. I. Reservoir cooking 
utensil. 2,088,462 : July 27. 

Bugatti, Ettore, Molsheim, France. Railway or track 
vehicle. 2,089,110 : Aug. 3. 

Bugntti, Jean, Molsheim, France. Valve. 2,072,615 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Bugbee, Alvln, Trenton, N. J. Roadway box. 2,094,523 ; 
Sept. 28. 



Bugg, Kenly C, Farmington, JIo. Package and produc- 
ing the same. 2,066.516 ; Jan. 5. 

Bugg, Kenly C, Farmington, Mo., assignor to The 
Rudolph Wuilitzer Company, North Tonawanda, N. Y. 
Coin slide device. 2.095,431 ; Oct. 12. 

Bugg, Vernon M., Binghamton, N. Y., and J .F. Milligan, 
Ridgefield Park, N. J., assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to International Business Machines Corporation. Time 
stamp and numbering machine. 2,087,315 ; July 20. 

Bugh. Dolph D., Galena, Mo. Adjustable obstetrical chair. 
2.073.094 : Mar. 9. 

Bugh, John D., San Diego, Calif. Bottle seal. 2,079,545 ; 
Jlay 4. 

Buhler, Gebruder. (See Thalmann, Emil, assignor.) 

Buhler, Henry W., Gloucester, Mass. Jlolded trimming. 
2,090.606; Oct. 19. 

Buhr, Joseph F., Ann Harbor, Mich. Drilling and tap- 
ping machine. 2,093,546 ; Sept. 21. 

Buhr, Joseph F.. assignor to Buhr Machine Tool Company, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. Bearing structure for rotatable 
spindles and the like. 2,068,594; Jan. 19. 

Buhr, Joseph F., and R. G. Ellis, assignors to Buhr 
Machine Tool Companv, Ajin Arbor, Mich. Tool hold- 
er. 2,078,192 ; Apr. 20. 

Buhr, Leo J., Lake Zurich, HI. Hluminated card holder. 
2,089..596 ; Aug. 10. 

Buhr Machine Tool Company. (See Buhr, Joseph F., as- 
signor.) 

Buhr Machine Tool Company. 
Ellis, assignors.) 

Buhrow, William, Minneapolis, Minn. Artificial palm. 
2,070,825 ; Feb. 16. 

Builders Iron Foundry. (See Kennison. Karl R., as- 
signor.) 

Builders Iron Foundry, 
assignor.) 

Builders Iron Foundry. 
Corydon. assignors.) 

Builders Iron Foundry, 
signor.) 

Bukolt, Roman B., Stevens Point, Wis. 
means. 2,077,984 ; Apr. 20. 

Bukolt, Roman B., Stevens Point, Wis. 
ing means. 2,077,985 ; Apr. 20. 

Bukolt, Roman B., Stevens Point, Wis. Fire alarm-actu- 
ating means. 2.098,532 ; Nov. 9. 

Bulford, Murray N., Pontiac, R. I., assignor to B. B. & R. 
Knight Corporation. Apparatus for dyeing. 2,084,189 ; 
June 15. 

Bulford, Murry N., Clearwater, S. C, assignor to The 
Textile-Finishing Machinery Company. Machine for 
proving printing cylinders. 2.087,017 ; July 13. 

Bull, Arthur W., Grosse Pointe, Mich., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Tire. 
2,094,636 ; Oct. 5. 

Bull, Cabot S., Hillingdon, assignor to Electric and 
Musical Industries Limited, Hayes. England. Anode 
for electron discharge devices. 2,070,968 ; Feb. 16. 

Bull, Harry W.. .Syracuse, N. Y. Speedometer for bi- 
cycles. 2,075,424 ; Mar. .'50. 

Bull, William C, Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for producing 
laminate glass. 2.084,293 ; June 15. 

Bullard Company, The. (See Appelberg, Gustaf R., as- 



(See Buhr, J. F., and 



(See Richardson, Charles G., 
(See Richardson, C. G., and 



(See Smith, Ed. S 



as- 



Jr., 

Container closing 
Container seal- 



signor. ) 
Bullard Company, The. 

signor. ) 
Bullard Company, The. 

assignor.) 
Bullard Company, The. 

son, assignors.) 
Bullard Company, The. 



(See Bullard, Edward C, as- 
(See Bullard, Edward P., Ill, 
(See Bullard, E. P., and John- 
(See Bullard. Edward P., E. C, 



E. P., Ill, Appelberg, Johnson and Jlussler.) 

Bullard Company, The. (See Mussler, Frank H., as- 
signor.) 

Bullard. E. D., Company. (See Bullard, Edward W., as- 
signor.) 

Bullard, B. D., Company. (See Fricke, William J., as- 
signor.) 

Bullard. E. D., Company. (See Williamson, Evan D., as- 
signor.) 

Bullard, Edward C, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Company. Bimotor feed works. 2,086,845 ; 
July 13. 

Bullard, Edward C, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Company. Feed works. 2,086,846 ; July 13. 

Bullard, Edward P., Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Company. Lock pin assembly. 2,086,848 ; 
July 13. 

Bullard, Edward P., Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Company. Binding device. 2,086,850 ; July 13. 

Bullard, Edward P., Fairfield, and E. H. Johnson, Bridge- 
port, Conn., assignors to The Bullard Company. Ma- 
chine tool spindle mechanis-n. 2,086,847 ; July 13. 

Bullard, Edward P., Fairfield, and E. H. Johnson, Bridge- 
port, Conn., assignors to The Bullard Company. Car- 
rier mechanism. 2,08^,849 ; July 13. 

Bullard, Edward P., E. C. and E. P. Bullard, III, Fair- 
field, G, R. Appelberg and E. H. Johnson, Bridgeport, 
and F. H. Mussler, Stratford, Conn., assignors to The 
Bullard Company. Machine tool. 2,086,852 ; July 13. 

Bullard, Edward P., III. (See Bullard, Edward P., E. C, 
E. P., Ill, Appelberg, Johnson, and Mussler.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bullard, Edward P., Ill, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Company. Tool slide and dwell mechanism. 
2,085,692 ; June 29. 

Bullard, Edward P., III., Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Company. Machine controller. 2,086,851 ; 
July 13. 

Bullard, Edward W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
E. D. Bullard Company, San Francisco, Calif. Hat. 
2.067,657 : Jan. 12. 

Bullard, Edward W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
E. D. Bullard Company, San Francisco, Calif. Respira- 
tor. 2,085,249 ; June 29. 

Bullard, Edwin F. (See Evans. T. W., and Bullard.) 

Bullard, George P., Tampa, Fla. Road constructing ma- 
chine. 2,086,469 ; July 6. 

Bullard, William P., and O. L. Williams, assignors to 
National Pecan Growers Exchange, Albany, Ga. Brand- 
ing machine. 2,101,775 ; Dec. 7. 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, Harri- 
son, J. Li., assignor.) 

Bulldog Electric I'roducts Company. (See Franit, H. J. L., 
and Harper, assignors.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, William 
H., assignor.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, Wil- 
liam H. and H. J. L., and Messing, assignors.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, W. H., 
and Harper, assignors.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Frank, W. H., 
and Messing, assignors.) 

Bulldog Electric Products Company. (See Thomson, 
Alfred J., assignor.) 

BuUick, Clarence J., Camlachie, Ontario, Canada. Hy- 
draulic governor. 2,082,680 ; June 1. 

Bullimore. William R., London, England. Thermionic 
valve of tlip screened grid type. 2.067,825 ; Jan. 12. 

Bullock, Albert, El Monte, Calif. Well pumping device. 
2,076,615; Apr. 13. 

Bullock, Charles H., Evanston, 111. Sink strainer bracket. 
2,098,374 ; Nov. 9. 

Bullock, Earle C, and J. Pipe, assignors to Metal Office 
Furniture Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Extension 
drawer slide. 2,095,487 ; Oct. 12. 

Bullock, Edward W., C. T. Galloway, L. O. Carlsen, and 
R. S. Condon, assignors to Gleason Works, Rochester, 
N. Y. Machine for grinding gears. 2,099,674 ; Nov. 
23. 

Bullock, Frank, Lake Geneva, Wis., assignor to Middle- 
bury Electric Clock Cornoration. Automatic control 
for humidifiers. 2.067,875: .Tan. 12. 

Bullock, Fred J., deceased, Shortsville, N. Y., by V. V. 
Bullock, administratrix, Rochester, N. Y., assignor to 
Papec Machine Company, Shortsville, N. Y. Ensilage 
cutter. 2,079,838 ; May 11. 

Bullock, Fred J., deceased, Shortsville, by V. V. Bullock, 
administratrix, Rochester, and W. H. Preston, assignors 
to Pai)oc Machine Company, Shortsville, N. Y. Mixing 
macUine. 2.101,490; Dec. 7. 

Bullock, Frederick A., Attleboro, Mass., assignor to Dolan 
& Bullock, Providence, R. I. Tie holder construction. 
2,073,984 ; Mar. 16. 

Bullock, Giles K., Rochester, N. Y. Pump. 2,090,830 ; 
Aug. 24. 

Bullock, S. R. (See Roberts, Bruce, assignor.) 

Bullock, Violet V., administratrix. (See Bullock, Fred J.) 

Bullock, Violet V., administratrix. (See Bullock, F. J., 
deceased, and Preston.) 

Bulwa, Nathan, Bronx, and E. Feibusch, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
said Feibusch assignor to said Bulwa. Tab. 2,068,393; 
Jan. 19. 

Bump. Albert H., Watertown, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Monsanto Chemical Company. Purifi- 
cation of alcohols obtained from defines. 2,080,111 ; 
May 11. 

Bumpas, Orville C. and W. J. Mills, Braden, Tcnn. 
Terrace outlet. 2,077,307 ; Apr. 13. 

Bumpas, Orville C, and W. J. Mills, Braden, Tcnn. 
Terrace outlet. 2,077,308; Apr. 13. 

Bunbury, Hugh M. (See I'.aldwin. A. W.. and Bunbiiry.) 

Bundick, Clarkson U., White Plains, and B. A. Proctor, 
Larchmont, N. Y., assignors to Klnntome Patents Cor- 
poration. Apparatus for feeding material. 2,094,581 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Bundy Tubing Company. (See Quarnstrom, Bert L., as- 
signor.) 

Bunevac, Frank, aflsignor of one-half to P. Bunevatz. St. 
I-ouis, Mo. Convertible auto interior. 2,093,861 ; 
Sept. 21. 

I!iinevat7,. Paul. (See Bunevac. Frank, assignor.) 

Bungay. George W., Plainfield, N. J., assignor to Bungay- 
tvpe-Delnware, Inc., Now York, N. Y. I^rlntlng chase. 
2,091,251 ; Aug. 31. 

Bungay. George W.. Plainfield, N. .T., assignor to Bungay- 
type-I)f!laware, Inc., Now York, N. Y. Stereotype 
matrix and production thereof. 2,091,252; Aug. 31. 

Bungay, Goorgi; W., Brooklyn, assignor to I'.Miignylyi)e- 
Deluware, Inc., New York, N. Y. Method and ajiparatus 
for mailing matrices. 2,001,253: Aug. 31. 

BunKaytyi)(!Delaware, Inc. (See Bungay, George W., as- 
signor.) 

nilnger, Albert, Berlln-Pnnkow, K. Tiarch<?, Berlin O 17, 
and IC. Wlegand, Berlln-IIohen-Neuendorf, Germany, 
nsfilgnors to General Electric Company. Electric gasc- 
0U8 discharge device. 2,080,008 ; May 18. 



Bungner, Wilhelm, Berlin-Tempelhof. Germany, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Recording instrument. 
2,071,967 ; Feb. 23. 

Bunke, Max. (See Bender, K.. and Bunke.) 

Bunker, Darius W., Quincy, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Manu- 
facture of shoes. 2,080,531 ; May 18. 

Bunker, Darius W., Quincy, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Machine 
for operating on shoes. 2,087.241 : July 20. 

Bunker Fuel Company. (See Carroll, Edward R.) 

Bunker, Herbert H., Jersey City, N. J. Slab. 2,103,765 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Bunn, Charles M. (See Kyseth, G. L., and Bunn.) 

Bunnell, Earl C, Stratford, assignor to Neva-Clog Prod- 
ucts, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Stapling device. 
2,087,242 ; July 20. 

Bunnell, Earl C., Stratford, assignor to Neva-Clog Prod- 
ucts, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Stapling pliers. 
2,088,404; July 27. 

Bunnell, Earl C, Stratford, Conn. Razor and razor blade. 
2,090,181 ; Aug. 17. 

Bunte Brothers. (See Towell, Oscar J., assignor.) 

Bunten, Claude L., assignor to A. Li. McNulty, Rawlins, 
Wyo. Toy pistol. 2,092,301 ; Sept. 7. 

Bunting Brass & Bronze Company. (See Evans, Robert 
G. N., assignor.) 

Bunting Brass and Bronze Company, The. (See Yager, G. 
F., and Heath, assignors.) 

Bunting Brass and Bronze Company, The. (See Yager, G. 
F., Heath, and Wagner, assignors.) 

Bur, Arnold G. (See Krippner, P. G., Heins, and Bur.) 

Burberrys Limited. (See Watson. William H., assignor.) 

Burch, Arthur E., Jr., and E. Cornwall, Kansas City, Mo., 
said Burch assignor, by mesne assignments, to said 
Cornwall. Theft prevention system. 2,072,941 ; Mar. 9. 

Burch Corporation, The. (See Kime, Charles G., as- 
signor.) 

Burcliell, Ernest W., and G. A. Altenbern, assignors to 
Midway Chemical Company, Chicago, 111. Mop. 
2,071,918; Feb. 23. 

Burchenal, William, Glendale, Ohio, assignor to The 
Philip Carey Manufacturing Company. Dispensing and 
measuring apparatus. 2,079,898 ; May 11. 

Burchett, Charles, et al. (See Riordan. Frank G.. as- 
signor.) 

Burchett, Clarence, et al. (See Riordan, Frank G., as- 
signor.) 

Burchett, George, et al. (See Riordan, Frank G., as- 
signor.) 

Burchett, Louise E., et al. (See Riordan, Frank G., as- 
signor.) 

Burchett, Wilford P., Olive Hill, Ky. Spreading appa- 
ratus. 2,093,953 ; Sept. 21. 

Burchill, John, and G. S. J. White, Blackley, Manchester, 
England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries 
Limited. Dyeing leather. 2,077,546 ; Apr. 20. 

Burckhalter, Robert N., assignor to Michiana Products 
Corporation, Michigan City, Ind. Oil filter. 2,076,934 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Burckhalter, Robert N., assignor to Micliiana Products 
Corporation, Michigan City, Ind. Oil filter. 2,076,935 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Burckhalter, Robert N., assignor to Michiana Products 
Corporation, Michigan City, Ind. Oil filter. 2,076,936 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Burckhalter, Robert N., and J. M. Osburn, Michigan City, 
Ind., assignors to Michiana Products Corporation. 
Filter and heat exchanger. 2,068,394 ; Jan. 19. 

Burckhalter, Robert N., and J. M. Osburn, Michigan City, 
Ind., assignors to Michiana I'roducts Corporation. 
Filter and heat exchanger. 2,068,395: Jan. 19. 

Burckhardt, Ernst. (See Stoll, A., and Burckhardt.) 

Burcky, Charles AV., assignor to Teletype Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Answer-back bell signal. 2,093,004 ; Sept. 
14. 

Burda, Charles J., Cicero, 111. Portable window platform. 
2,085,572 ; June 29. 

Burden, John S. (See Ilartman, G. IT., and Burden.) 

Burden, William MacC, It. (ienders, and R. Harrison, 
Woolwich, assignors to Sofal Limited, London, England. 
Alloy steels. 2,103,610: Dec. 28. 

Buidett, Horace II., assignor to Draper Corporation, 
Ilopedale, Mass. Filling feeler. 2.0S7,S73 ; July 20. 

Burdette, John O., and 11. II. Kngntz, Denver, Colo. Ke- 
. producing mechanism. 2,080,523; July 1,T. 

Burdick, Charles A. (See Cliadbournc, J. H., and 
Burdick.) 

Burdick. rharle.i L., liOndon, England. Apparatus for in- 
dicating money valu<-s. 2, 06!), 101 ; Feb. 2. 

Burdick, Italph V., Albany, N. Y. Compartment box. 
2,074,639 ; Mar. 23. 

Burdick, Ralph V., Albanv, N, Y. Hinge assembly for 
ca.st ineliil nicmlxM-s. 2,()S5.(i31 ; Jiini> LM), 

Itiirdick, Ihiiiv .1. Mi'C. AliMlielni, CmIH'. AulonintlC 
InimldllU'r. 2,()!>7.,'')IH ; Nov. 2. 

liiirdo, Itolliind I'",. Teli'dn. Ohio. Sliding protecting Rhnda 
for store slielvcs. 2,091. 9-10 ; Oct. 5. 

Biirgiiii, IMwiird, White I'lnlns, N. Y. Aircraft control. 
2,()!)3.-1M ; Sept. 21. 

Ilnrgiird, JoHOpli It., (I'reenvllle, S. C. TliriMid count Ini; 
device. 2,000,000; Oct. 10. 



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Burge, Floyd O., assignor to South Bend Bait Company, 
South Bend, Ind. Fishing fly and producing same. 
2,083,513; June 8. 

Burge, John E. P., and E. A. Roughton, assignors to Hum- 
ber Limited, Coventry, England. Electrical system of 
distribution. 2,069,575 ; Feb. 2. 

Burgel, Joseph, Strasbourg, France. Fancy tile fixing 
means. 2,083,118 ; June 8. 

Burger, Emmett E., and A. W. Hull, Schenectady, N. Y., 
assignor to General Electric Company. Glass-to-metal 
seal. 2,071,196; Feb. 16. 

Burger, Frederick \V., Niles, assignor to Clark Equip- 
ment Company, Buchanan, Mich. Wheel. 2,094,637; 
Oct. 5. 

Burger, Frederick W., Niles, assignor to Clark Equip- 
ment Company, Buchanan, Mich. Wheel. 2,005,054 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Burger, Leopold F., Riverside, 111., assignor to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Fuel pump. 2,095,915 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Burger, JIartin, Morris, assignor to Self-Locking Carton 
Co., Chicago, 111. Carton. 2,075,425 ; JIar. 30. 

Burger, William J., Shaker Heights, and C. M. Mirossay, 
Cleveland, assignors to The Warner & Swasey Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Machine tool. 2,100,899 ; Nov. 30. 

Burgess Battery Company. (See Burgess, Charles F., 
assignor.) 

Burgess Battery Company. (See Lawson. Herbert E., 
assignor.) 

Burgess, C. F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Burgess, Charles 
F., assignor.) 

Burgess, C. F., Laborataries Inc. (See Day, John A., as- 
signor.) 

Burgess, C. F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Germomprez, John 
A., assignor.) 

Burgess, C. P., Laboratories, Inc. (See Leadbetter, Ralph 
L., assignor.) 

Burgess, C. F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Nelson, Charles 
E., assignor.) 

Burgess C. F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Norris, Ralph F., 
assignor.) 

Burgess, C. F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Slidell, Kemper, 
assignor. ) 

Burgess, C. F., Laboratories, Inc. (See Walton, Clifford 
T., assignor.) 

Burgess, Charles F., Bokeelia, Fla., assignor to C. F. 
Burgess Laboratories, Inc., Madison, Wis. Sound ab- 
sorbing construction. 2,076,807 ; Apr. 13. 

Burgess, Charles F., Bolceelia, Fla., assignor to Burgess 
Battery Company, Freeport, 111. Lens mounting. 
2,095,657 ; Oct. 12. 

Burgess, Charles O., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Cor- 
poration. Producing low carbon high chromium cast 
iron. 2.101.426; Dec. 7. 

Burgess Company, The. (See La Place, Desmond R., 
assignor.) 

Burgess, George C ''See Bowman, G., and Burgess.) 

Burgess, Henry A., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor of one- 
half to S. A. Morehouse. Automatic parachute. 
2.098,613 : Nov. 9. 

Burgess, James M., Norwalk, Conn. Motor vehicle. 
2,070,113 ; Feb. 9. 

Burgess, James R., assignor to Canadian Wallpaper Manu- 
facturers Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Doctor 
blade for rolls, traveling webs and the like. 2,081,320 ; 
May 25. 

Burgess, John. (See Greer, R. H., Jr., Burgess, and 
Ohme.) 

Burgess, John I., Fort Worth, Tex. Metallic expansion 
joint. 2,100.238; Nov. 23. 

Burgess, Lothian M. (See Geiger, T. H., and Burgess.) 

Burgess, Walter K., United States Army. Clianuto Field, 
Rantoul, 111. Internal combustion engine. 2,095,908 ; 
Oct. 19. 

Burgess, Walter S., and E. K. Golley, Benton Harbor, 
assignors to The O. & W. Thum Company, Grand Rap- 
ids, Mich. Apparatus for treating and diffusing 
pyrethruin. 2,066,607 : .Tan. 5. 

Burgess, Warren C, Le Grange, 111., assignor to Burton- 
Dixie Corporation. Cleaning cotton sweepings. 
2,093,186; Sept. 14. 

Burgess, William J., Palmyra, N. J,, assignor to The Elec- 
tric Storage Battery Company, Pliiladelphia, Pa. 
Manufacture of niicroporous rubber compositions. 
2,096,933 ; Oct. 26. 

Burgett, Lynn S., Euclid, assignor to Una Welding, Inc., 
East Cleveland, Ohio. Automatic welding head. 
2,079,956 ; May 11. 

Burgett, Lvnn S., Euclid, assignor to Una Welding Inc., 
East Cleveland, Ohio. Welding apparatus. 2,087,057 ; 
July 13. 

Burghard. Edward G. (See Fourness. W., and Burghard.) 

Burghardt, Roland T., Eugene, and C. Gentry, Jlill City, 
Oreg. Water heater. 2,084,990 ; June 29. 

Burghauser, Franz, Nuremberg, Germany. . Screw pump. 
2.09.^5,167 ; Oct. 5. 

Burghauser. Franz, Nureraberg-S, Germany. A'xial pump. 
2.095.168; Oct. n. 

BUrgin, Ernst, Bitterfeld, assignor to I. G. Farbenin- 
dustrie Akktiengcsellschaft. Frankfort-on-the-Main, Ger- 
many. Binding agent for road construction. 2,087,614 ; 
July 20. 



Burgnor, Harry W., Sinking Spring, Pa. Carrier device 

for golf clubs and the like. 2,070,254 ; Feb. 9. 
Burhans, William G., Kingston, N. Y. Filter cartridge 

and ej'linder. Re. 20,494 ; Sept. 7. 
Burhans, William G.. Kingston, N. Y. Filter cartridge 

and cylinder. 2,008,263 ; Jan. 19. 
Burhoe. Herbert B., Astoria, N. Y. Phonograph record 

control mechanism. 2,093,862 ; Sept. 21. 
Burk, A. C. (See Bartosz, Joseph A., assignor.) 
Burk, Melvin, Akron, Ohio. Patty machine. 2,069,696 ; 

Feb. 2. 
Burk, Robert E., assignor to The Standard Oil Company, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Qualitative analysis of oils. 

2,089,017 ; Aug. 3. 
Burk, Robert E., assignor to The Standard Oil Company, 

Cleveland, Ohio. .St.abilizing motor fuel against gum 

formation. 2.081.218 : May 25. 
Burkart, William J., Greensburg, assignor to Thomas 

Hahessey, Pittsburgh, Pa. Connecter. 2,083,528; 

June 8. 
Burke, Burt S. (See West, C. P., and Burke.) 
Burke, Edmund, Portland, Maine, assignor to Brown Com- 
pany, Berlin, N. H. Structural element. 2,075,700 ; 

Mar. 30. 

Burke, Edmund, Oak Park, and A. K. Sorensen, assignors 
to Crane Co., (Ilhicago, 111. Automatic motor operated 
pressure regulating system. 2,069,993 ; Feb. 9. 

Burke, Frank H., and I. O. Moberg, assignors to Boot 
Mills, Lowell, Mass. Article of manufacture. 
2,093,187 ; Sept. 14. 

Burke, James L., Weehawken, N. J. Fihn pack structure. 
2,071,110; Feb. 16. 

Burke, James V., et al. (See Cline, Roy L., assignor.) 

Burke, John H. Q., Oklahoma City, Okla. Method of and 
apparatus for automatically distributing air blast to 
ore smelting furnaces. 2,083,046 ; June 8. 

Burke, Joseph F., Somerville, Mass. Trombone. 
2,071,022; Feb. 16. 

Burke, Ralph H., et al. (See Ulrich, Charles B., as- 
signor.) 

Burke, Richard J., Altadena, Calif. Astronomical toy. 
2,074,363 ; Mar. 23. 

Burke, Roseoe E. (See Periat, M., and Burke.) 

Burke, Samuel J., Dubuque, Iowa. Rubber coated glove 
and making the same. 2.083,684 ; June 15. 

Burke, Wanda, New York, N. Y. Beauty mitten. 
2,069,643 ; Feb. 2. 

Burkey, Jav F., assignor to Auburn Automobile Company, 
Auburn, Ind. Vehicle body. 2,102,110 ; Dec. 14. 

Burkhalter, Lloyd, assignor of one-fourth to R. E. 
Falkinburg, and one-fourth to M. L. Davis, Columbus, 
Ohio. Grinding or polishing device. 2,083,685 ; June 
15. 

Burkhardt, Chandos, assignor to The Hoover Company, 
North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 2,098,028 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Burkhardt, George R. (See Breed, C. W., and Burkhardt.) 

Burkhardt, Harry A., Willoughby, Ohio. Suraical instru- 
ment. 2,090,831 ; .\ug. 24. 

Burkliardt. James C, Davton, Ohio. Buffer core. 
2.102.193: Dec. 14. 

Burkhardt, Louis H., Jr., Union City, Pa. Tank heater. 
2,085,632 ; June 29. 

Burkhart, Clarence W., Lansdowne, Pa., and W. S. Riggs, 
Audubon, N. J., assignors to Pennsylvania Salt Manu- 
facturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Making alkali 
sub-silicates. 2,083,545; June 15. 

Burkhartsmeier, Joseph, Towner, N. Dak. Automatic 
blade adjuster for wind motors. 2,094,941 ; Oct. 5. 

Burkholder. Dana, et al. (See Davis, Edward, assignor.) 

Burks, Alberta D. (See Harden, W. A., and Burks.) 

Burks, Arthur W.. Decatur, 111. Deep well pump. 
2,078,480 ; Apr. 27. 

Burleson, Wade H., assignor to The Ohio Brass Company, 
Mansfield, Ohio. Arc protection means. 2,095,311 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Burleson, Wade H., assignor to The Ohio Brass Company, 
Alansfield, Ohio. Conductor clamp. 2,099,465; Nov. 
16. 

Burlev, Ernest L., Pasadena, Calif. Bandit protective 
device for automobiles. 2,094,261" ; Sept. 28. 

Burlingame, Leslie G., Erlton. X. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Capacitor. 2,101,896 ; Dec. 
14. 

Burlingame, Robert G., McPherson, and J. M. Clampitt, 
Wichita, Kans. Well elevator. 2.070,114 ; Feb. 9. 

Burlington Mills, Incorporated. (See McMillan, William 
A., assignor.) 

Burmeister, Erich, Essen, assignor to Fried. Krupp 
Aktiengesellschaft. Essen-on-the Ruhr, Germany. Dis- 
charging the exliaust steam of steam plants into the 
open air. 2.094,315 ; Sept. 2S. 

Burmeister, Harry W. (Sec Rom, Palmer W., assignor.) 

Burmeister, Hermann, Berlin-Spandau, Germany, assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric circuit inter- 
rupter. -2,089,050 ; Aug. 3. 

Burmeister, Hermann, Berlin-Spandau, Germany, assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electric circuit inter- 
rupter. 2.0S9,051 ; Aug. 3. 

Burn, Walter S., et al. (See Burn, Walter S., assignor.) 



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Burn, Walter S., Hartlepool, assignor to The National 
Gas and Oil Engine Company Limited, A. B. Balmford, 
Ashton-under-Lyne, and W. S. Burn, Hartlepool, Eng- 
land. Scavenge pumping means for Internal combustion 
engines. 2,076,976 ; Apr. 13. 

Burnauch, Harold F., Denver, Colo. x\sh and soot trap. 
2,075,337 ; Mar. 30. 

Burndy Engineering Co. (See Lee, Marvin, assignor.) 

Burnett, Charles S., San Fx-ancisco, Calif. Vehicle door 
latch. 2,091,266 ; Aug. 31. 

Burnett, George F., Chicago, 111., and H. E. Ward, 
Berkeley, assignors to Ralph N. Brodie Company, 
Oakland, Calif. Fluid meter. 2,094,445 ; Sept. 28. 

Burnett, Richard W., Chicago, 111. Hand brake. 
2,079,984 ; May 11. 

Burnett, William E., Ilion, N. Y. Safety razor. 
2,102,142 ; Dec. 14. 

Burnham, Ethel W., Denver, Colo. Knitting needle. 
2,093,031 ; Sept. 21. 

Burnham, Ethel \V., Sierra Madre, Calif. Knitting needle. 
2,094,262 ; Sept. 28. 

Burnham, Frederic H., Company. (See Burnham, John, 
assignor.) 

Burnham, John, assignor to F. H. Burnham, Company, 
Michigan City, Ind. Rubberized glove. 2,072,541 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Burnham, John M., Marble Falls, assignor of forty.- 
nine one-liundredths to T. J. McElhenny, Austin, Tex. 
Pecan huller. 2,090,341 ; Aug. 17. 

Burnham, Stanley W., Elizabeth, assignor to Merck & 
Co., Inc., Rahvyay, N. J. Bottle neck construction. 
2,097,912 ; Nov. 2. 

Burnish, Howard J., Sewickley, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The National Supply Company of Dela- 
ware, Toledo, Ohio. Counterbalance. 2,090,589 ; Aug. 
17. 

Burns, A. Newton. (See Pool, Melvln, assignor.) 

Burns, Charles E., Collingswood, N. J. Hose support. 
2,095,627 ; Oct. 12. 

Burns, Claramae B. (See von Ledermann, Lucie, as- 
signor.) 

Burns, Earl A., Los Angeles, Calif. Diesel engine. 
2,076 334 ; Apr. 6. 

Burns, Edwin. (See Wickersham, H. P., and Burns.) 

Burns, Erwin. (See Wickersham, H. P., and Burns.) 

Burns, Erwin. (See Wickersham, Harry P., assignor.) 

Burns, Erwin, and H. P. Wickersham, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Safety joint. 2,067,377 ; Jan. 12. 

Burns, Erwin, Los Angeles, and H. P. Wickersham, Hunt- 
ington Park, Calif. Blow-out preventer. 2,071,197 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Burns, Erwin, Los Angeles, and H. P. Wickersham, Hunt- 
ington Park, Calif. Traveling block. 2,078,122 ; Apr. 
20. 

Burns, Erwin, Los Angeles, and H. P. Wickersham, 
Huntington Park, Calif. Casing head. 2,097,615 ; 
Nov. 2. 

Burns, Erwin, Los Angeles, and H. P. Wickersham, Hunt- 
ington Park, Calif. Setting tool. 2,099,048 ; Nov. 16. 

BuruR, Fred, Footscray, Australia. Combination lock. 
2,095,228 : Oct. 12. 

Burns, Fred J., assignor to The Columbia Mills, Inc., 
Saginaw, Mich. Venetian blind supporting bracket. 
2,009,953 ; Nov. 23. 

Burns, Frank J., Youngstown, Ohio. Apparatus for con- 
trolling an iron cord. 2,079,759 ; May 11. 

Burns, Gregory A. (See Bjork, P. N., and Burns.) 

Burns, Jabe/., & Sons, Inc. (See Backer, L. H., Keenan, 
and Kopf, assignors.) 

Burns, Jiibez, & Sons, Inc. (See MacKaye, Payson, as- 
signor.) 

Burns, John G., Pulaski, Tenn. Animal snare. 2,071,453 ; 
Feb. 23. 

Burns, John S., Westminster, London, England. Road 
gr.'iding machine. 2,074,081 ; Mar. 16. 

Burns, Laurence, Revere, assignor to Hygrade Sylvania 
Corporation, Salem, Mass. (Jaseous or vapor arc dis- 
charge lamp. 2,068,595 ; Jan. 19. 

Burns, Laurence, Kcvcrc, assignor to Hygrado Sylvania 
Corporal ion, Salcni, Mass. Gas or vapor arc di.schargo 
lamp. 2,090,704 ; Oct. 19. 

Burns, Ljim-cncc, Ucvcro, assignor to Hygrade Sylvania 
Cori)or.'il ion. Salem, Mass. Control of electric arc 
lamiiR. 2,101,789 ; Dec 7. 
Burns, Leonard S. (See Brown, E. C, and Burns.) 

Burns, Uobcil A.. T,oh AngclcH, Calif. Swoulpiiiof biirial 

vanll. 2.075,.'')00 ; Mar. .".O. 
Burns, Rodney C. (See Trumpler, W. K., and Burns.) 
Burns, Siiiniicl R. (Son Uagot, Charles I/., nssignor.) 
Burns, Thomas J., Boloit, Wis. Sponge holder. 2,070,420 ; 

]'V.b. ». 
Burns, Wllford E., Burllngamo, Calif., assignor to M. J. R. 
C;oiiU).iny. Can body forming machine. 2,068,204; 
Jan. 1!). 
UuniH, Wllford E., Bni-llngame, assignor to M. J. B. 
Compiiny, San Francisco, Cnllf. Can orienting device. 
2,009,872 ; Feb, 1). 
Burns, Wllford 10., IJurllngarae, assignor to M. J. B. Co. 

C.tiW IcKlcr. 2,080,1 10 July 0. 
HurnH, W ill'drd i;,, I'.Milliigini'ie, Calif., nsslgnor lo M. .1. B. 

Co. Ciiii end curilni; rlnj,'. 2, 10 I ,:i()!) ; Dec. 7. 
Burns, Wllllnin ("., Yiunlilll, ()i-i'i{. Cuboid nn'InlnrHal arch 
support. 2,081,471; May 25. 



Burns. William E., West York, and E. N. Miller, assignors 
to York Narrow Fabrics Co., York, Pa. Shuttle driving 
mechanism for looms. 2,101,981 ; Dec. 14. 

Buinside, Don G., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Automatic volume control 
circuit. 2,088,230 ; July 27. 

Burnside, Don G., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Amplifier. 2,092,874 ; Sept. 
14. 

Burnside, James H., 2nd, New York, N. Y. Counting appa- 
ratus operated by radiant energy. 2,082,941 ; June 8. 

Buromin Company, The. (See Bell, Edward B., as- 
signor. ) 

Burpee Can Sealer Company. (See Burpee, Clarence B., 
assignor. ) 

Burpee Can Sealer Company. (See Carson, Robert H., 
assignor.) 

Burpee, Clarence B., assignor to Burpee Can Sealer Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Domestic cooking utensil. 
2,090,182 ; Aug. 17. 

Burr, Gordon A. (See Arnold, E. E., and Burr.) 

Burr, Gordon A., Wilkinsburg, and E. E. Arnold, Pitts- 
burgh, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufac- 
turing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Bushing seal- 
ing cap. 2,078,219 ; Apr. 27. 

Burr, Harry M., assignor to The I. E. Palmer Company, 
Middletown, Conn. Noncouch hammock and pillow 
structure. 2.096,423 ; Oct. 19. 

Burr, Karl. (See Lamberz, W., and Biirr.) 

Burrell Belting Company. (See Mayer, Earl F., as- 
signor.) 

Burress, John R., Arlington, Tex. Vehicular traffic con- 
trol signal. 2,083,826 ; June 15. 

Burrill, Charles M., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Overvoltage timer. 2,079,064 ; 
May 4. 

Burrill, Charles M., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Recording and reproducing 
of sound. 2,097,995 ; Nov. 2. 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Bower, Ray- 
mond G., assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Muller, Robert 
L., assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Pasinski, 
Walter J., assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Racz, Ernest, 
assignor.) 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company. (See Rowland, 
D. P., and Dahl, assignors.) 

Burroughs, Kenneth C, assignor to Bausch & Lomb Opti- 
cal Company, Rochester, N. Y. Abradant supplying 
device. 2,083,773 ; June 15. 

Buiroughs Wellcome & Co. (U. S. A.) Inc. (See Brown, 

Cecil R., assignor.) 
Burrowes Corporation. (See Ames, John K., assignor.) 

Burrows, Clinton A., Glendale, Calif., assignor to Store 
Equipment Corporation. Carrier for pneumatic dis- 
patch tubes. 2,077,671 ; Apr. 20. 

Burrows, Harold H. (See Standley, A. H., and Burrows.) 

Burrows, Lawton A. (See Aughey, W. H., Burrows, and 
Lawson.) 

Burrows, Lawton A., Wenonah, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemourg & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Electric blasting initiator. 2,086,530 ; July 13. 

Burrows, Lawton A., Wenonah, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Electric Wasting initiator. 2,086,532 ; July 13. 

Burrows, Lawton A., Wenonah, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nen»ours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Ignition composition. 2,086,533 ; July 13. 

Burrows, Lawton A., Wenonah, and W. E. Lawson, Woodr 
bury, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Electric blasting initiator. 
2,086,531 ; July 13. 

Burrows, Robert, Lawrence, Jfass. Spotting device for 
eyeglass lenses. 2,086,765 ; July 13. 

Burrows, Robert J., and A. O. Williams, Battle Creek, as- 
signors, bv mesne assigunients, to Clark E(iuipmont Com- 
pany, Buchanan, Mich. Itail car. 2,082.530 ; June 1. 

Burrows, Robert J., and A. O. Williams, Battle Creek, as- 
signors, by mesne assignuKMils, to Clark Eiiuipment Com- 
p:iny, Buchanan, Mich. Drive for rail cars. 2,085,897; 
July 6. 

Burrows, Robert J., and A. O. Williams, Battle Crook, 
.•isslgnorM to Clark Equipment Company, Buchanan, 
Mich, r.i:ilc(> shoe construction. 2,097,58 t ; Nov, 2. 

Hfirsltzk.v, lliinii, Sdausheig, near llcirm, Geiinany. 
Ai)p,ira(us for \ilillzing blocks of carbon dioxide Ice. 
2,071,728; Feb. 23. 

Iliir.soii, Harry ll., Chicago, III. .Vtlachliig means for 
\v;ill boards. 2,089,0-11 ; Aug. 17 . 

r.iiiNon, lliirrv 11., Chicago, III. Mounting for wnll- 
iMi.ird.'J. 2,089.9 12 ; Aug. 17. 

Iturt. Clarence E. (See Baker. U. C. and Burt.) 

Itml, Clarence 10., I.oh AngiMes, assignor to Baker Oil 
Tools. Inc.. IIni\(lngton Park, Calif. Core barrel. 
2,070 00;t : Apr. 0, 

Burl, Cl;\i-i'nce 10., r,nH .\nceles, assignor to Baker Oil 
Tools, Inc, llunllngloii Paik, Calif. Guiding llontlug 
and ccMicnllng device for well casings. 2, (HI 1,128: 
Aug. 31. 

Hurl, I'', N,, Company. (.See CopphiH. Harold C, assignor.) 

Burt, V. N., Company. (See nickerniiinn, II, K, nnd 
McCarthy, aHHlgnors.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Burt, F. N.. Company. (See Dreux, A. H., and Royal, 
assignors.) 

Burt. Harold A., St. Albans, N. T., assignor to Mergen- 
thaler Linotype Company. Typographical machine. 
2,079,199 : May 4. 

Burt. Harold A., St. Albans, N. Y., assignor to Mergen- 
thaler Linotype Company. Typographical composing 
machine. 2,079,200 : May 4. 

Burt, Harold A., St. Albans, N. Y., assignor to Mergen- 
thaler Linotvpe Company. Typographical composing 
machine. 2,085,143; June 29. 

Burt, Harold A., St. Albans. N. Y., assignor to Mer- 
jjenthalor Linotvpe Company. Typographical machine. 
2,090.028 : Aug. 17. 

Burt, lienry J.. Wheaton, 111. Ventilating system. 
2,087,637 ; July 20. 

Burt Machine Company. (See Wild. Charles H., assignor.) 

Burt, Robert C, Pasadena, Calif. Apparatus for separat- 
ing metallic mixtures. 2,079,241 ; May 4. 

Burtenshaw, George H., Taumarunui, New Zealand, as- 
.':isnor to The Dentists' Supply Company of New York, 
New York. N. Y. Denture demonstrating device. 
2.103.0.OS : Doc. 21. 

Burtnett, Everett R., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Automotive Improvement Patents Corporation, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Tri-variable automatic change speed 
transmission. 2,086,600 ; July 13. 

Burton-Dixie Corporation. (See Burgess, Warren C, as- 
signor. ) 

Burton-Dixie Corporation. (SeePerlesz, Hugo, assignor.) 

Burton, Euclid O., assignor to Phiico Radio & Television 
Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Control and indicator 
device for radio receivers. 2,075.569 ; Mar. 30. 

Burton, Frank F., Mount Carmel. and A. A. Rowley, Ham- 
den, assignors to Winchester Repeating Arms Company. 
New Haven, Conn. Tubular-magazine repeating fire- 
arm. 2,096,028 ; Oct. 19. 

Burton, Frank F., Mount Carmel. assignor to Winchester 
Repeating Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. Car- 
tridge-ejecting mechanism for firearms. 2,101,236 ; 
Dec. 7. 

Burton, Frank F.. Mount Carmel. assignor to Winchester 
Repeating Arms Company, New Haven, Conn. Bolt 
action firearm. 2.103,512; Dec. 28. 

Burton. Lester A., Fanwod, asignor to R. B. Ocden, Cran- 
ford, N. J. Shaping device. 2,068,625 ; Jan. 19. 

Burton Manufacturing Company. (See Alderm.-^, Al- 
onzo E., assignor.) 

Burton, Jlilton, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Eugene, Ltd.. New York, N. Y. Permanent waving ap- 
paratus. 2,078,5.09 : .\pr. 27. 

Burton, Ralph J., and R. B. Parker, Detroit, Mich., as- 
signors to Bendix Brake Company, South Bend, Ind. 
Vehicle control device. 2,083,940 ; June 15. 

Burton. Robert D. (See Parker, G. E., Ollev, Burton, and 
Stahlhuth.) 

Burton. Warren D.. Goshen, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Tlie Steel Products Engineering Com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. Mechanical stoker. 2,069,940 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Burvenick, Benjamin, Riclimond Hill, assignor to Balance 
& Grosjean Corporation. New Yorl;, N. Y. Transforming 
die. 2,075,637 : Jfar. 30. 

Burwell, Arthur W.. Niagara Falls. N. Y.. and A. Kempe, 
Hackensack, N. .7., assignors to AIox Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Compounded lubricants. 2,096,390 ; Oct. 
19. 

Burwell. Cornelia. Ann Arbor. Mich. Germicide and fungi- 
cide composition. 2,100,469; Nov. > 30. 

Busb.v. P.Tnicl, Seattle, Wash. Fluid valve. 2,089,943; 
Aug. 17. 

Buseh. Aloysius .T., Bellerose, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorpor.nted. New York, N. Y. Relay 
circuit. 2.08S.318. July 27. 

Busch, Aloyslus J., Bellerose, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Timing 
apparatus. 2,094.060 ; Sept. 28. 

Busch. Charles R., Orange. N. J., assignor to Buffalo Brake 
Beam Compnnv. New York. N. Y. Safety hancer for 
brake beams. 2,069,353 : Fob. 2. 

Busch. Charles R., Orange. N. J., assignor to Buffalo Brake 
Beam Company, Now York, N. Y. Rebound reducing 
means for car truck springs. 2,079,985 ; May 11. 

Busch. Clarence F., New York. N. Y. Container and 
closure means therefor. 2.085,950 ; July 0. 

Busch. Conrad J.. Wyomissing, and O. E. Huber, Rending, 
assignors to The Narrow Fabric Company, West Read- 
ing, Pa. Fabric band. 2.072,542; JIar. 2. 

Busch, Conrad .T.. Wyomissing, and O. E. Huber, Reading, 
assignors to The Narrow Fabric Company, West Bead- 
ing, Pa. Wo.nring apparel. 2,084.938; June 22. 

Busch, Emil. Aktiengosollsch.ift, Optische Industrie. (See 
Martin. Karl, assignor.) 

Busch, George H., St. Louis, Mo. Evacuating machine. 
2.094.524 ; Sept. 28. 

Busch. Leo, Berlin-Karl.shorst. Germanv. Roll carrier for 
photosrrnphic strin film. 2,099.646; Nov. 16. 

Busch, Peter. Newark. N. J., assignor to Rudolf Wildor- 
mann. New York, N. Y. Mottled paint. 2,091,466 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Busch-Sulzer Bros.-Diesel Engine Company. (See Rotter, 
Max. assignor.) 

Busch-Sulzor Bros. Diesel Engine Company. (See Pol- 
lister, Edward B., assignor.) 



Busch-Sulzer Bros.-Diosel Engine Company. (See 

Schneider, Rudolph, assignor.) 
Busch-Sulzer Bros.-Diesel Engine Company. (See Wo- 

hanka, George J., assignor.) 
Buschbeck, Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 

fur Drahtlcse Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 

Variable antenna tuned to an odd number of quarter 

waves. 2.078,234 : Apr. 27. 
Buschbeck, Werner, H. Prost, and F. Boettcher, assignors 

to Telefunken Gesellschaft fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie 

m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. Transmitter power control. 

2,084,762 ; June 22. 
Buschbeck, Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 

fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 

Alternating current meter. 2,084,836 ; June 22. 
Buschbeck. Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 

fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 

Keying. 2,089,781 ; Aug. 10. 
Buschbeck, Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellschaft 

fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 

Carrier wave modulation and suppression. 2,099,294 ; 

Nov. 16. 
Buschbeck, Werner, assignor to Telefunken Gesellscraft 

fiir Drahtlose Telegraphie m. b. H., Berlin, Germany. 

Phase modulation. 2,100,156 ; Nov. 23. 
Busche, Frederick C. Oakland, Calif. Wrapping ma- 
chine. 2,078,314; Apr. 27. 
Buschel, Wilhelm. (See Goldschmidt, S., Gerisch, Beu- 

.schel, and Miiller. ) 
Buse, Otto H., Shaker Heights, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 

Wilmington, Del. Separation of liquids from solids. 

2,071,998; Feb. 23. 
Busey, Herbert S. (See McKean, J. R., and Busey.) 
Bush, A. G. (See Criner, Harry J., assignor.) 
Bush, A. G. (See Criner. Harry J., and H. E.) 
Bush, Eugene S. (See Smith, E. J., and Bush.) 
Bush, Eugene S., assignor to Bush Manufacturing Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Engine and transmission controL 

2.085.789 ; July 6. 
Bush, Lester C, assignor to The National Glove Company, 

Columbus. Ohio. Golfer's glove. 2,084,428: June 22. 
Bush :Manufacturing Company. (See Bush, Eugene S , 

assignor.) 
Bush. Paine L., Dallas, Tex. Holder for razor blades. 

2.102.675 ; Dec. 21. 
Bush, Ranlfin J. (See Hewitt, E. E., and Bush.) 
Bush, Rankin J., Jeannette, assignor to The Westinghouse 

Air Brake Company. Wilmerdins. Pa. Inertia operated 

control device. 2.068.370: .T.nn. 19 
Bush, Rankin .T.. Jeannette, assignor to The Westingliouse 

Air Brake Company, Wilmerding. Pa. Electromasnetic 

brake. 2.0S8.186 : July 27. 
Bush, Rankin J., Jeannette, assignor to The Westing- 

liouse Air Brake Compnnv. Wilmerding, Pa. Fluid pres- 
sure brake. 2,099,384; Nov. 16. 
Bush, Vannevar, Belmont, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Research Corporation, New York, N. Y. 

Lubricating system for vehicle wheel bearings. 

2.076,977; Apr. 13. 
Busliey, Eli J., New York, N. Y. Spark plug. 2,073.865 ; 

Mar. 16. 
Bushey, Eli J., New York, N. Y. Carburetor. 2,079,150; 

Jlav 4. 
Bushnell, Charles S. (See Judge. T. J., and Bushnell.) 
Bushnell, Charles S. (See Smith, P. W., and Bushnell.) 
Bushnell, Charles S., assi.gnor to General Railway Signal 

Company, Rochester, N. Y. Automatic train control 

system. 2,068,907 ; Jan. 26. 
Buslinell, Charles S., and F. W. Brixner, assignors to 

General Railway Signal Company, Rochester, N. Y. 

Centralized traffic controlling system for railroads. 

2,068.906 ; Jan. 26. 
Bushnell James E.. North Plainfleld, and J. P. Faber, Dun- 

ellen, assiixnors to Ransome Concrete Machinery Com- 
pany, Plainfleld. N. J. Concrete mixer. 2.067,826; 

Jan. 12 
Bushnell. Jdhn II., assignor to Waaemaker Company, Grand 

Rnpids. Mich. Typewriter desk. 2.066.608; Jan. 5. 
Buslniell, Myron B.. Los Angeles, Calif. Paper feeder. 

2,085,144: June 29. 
Bushway, George IL, Hampton, N. H., assignor to Elec- 

tricooUer, Inc., Xowburvport, Mass. Cooking machine. 

Re. 20.570 ; Dec. 7. 
Bushway, George H., Hampton, N. H., assignor to Electri- 

(■oo!;cr. Inc.. Newburyport, Mass. Cooking machine. 

2.074,044 ; Mar. 16. 
Busick, Adrien F., .Tr., assignor to The Marion Steam 

Shovel Company, Marion. Ohio. Boom for excavating 

machines or the like. 2,080,163 ; May 11. 
Business Corners. Inc. of Delaware. (See Toulmin, Harry 

A.. ,Ir., assignor.) 
Busknrd. Pnmuel C, New York, N. Y. Candle holder. 

2.080,251 : May 11. 
Buskirk, Elmore E., Adrian, Mich. Portable air purifier 

unit. 2.103.893; Dee. 28. 
Busse, Edwin G.. assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 

Company, Chicago, 111. Brake beam support chair. 

2.067..596: .T.nn. 12. 
Busse. Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 

Company, Chicago, 111. Bottom rod safety guard. 

2,077,547; Apr. 20. 



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Busse-, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Railway brake beam. 
2,094,034; Sept. 28. 

Busse, Ferdinand, Munich, assignor to I. G. Farbenindus- 
trie Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Ger- 
many. Developing apparatus. 2,099,159 ; Nov. 16. 

Bussey, James L., Seattle, Wash. Combined Christmas 
tree lamp holder and attaching clamp. 2,089,111 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Bussey, Raymond L., assignor to Coating Machinery Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Forming receptacles. 
2,082,323 ; June 1. 

Bussien, Richard, Cologne, assignor to Voran Automobil- 
bau - Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin - Oberschoneweide, Ger- 
many. Steering-wheel drive for power vehicles. 
2,084,429 ; June 22. 

Bussniann, Frank H., Richmond Heights, Mo. Tamper- 
proof fuse and making same. 2,095,229 ; Oct. 12. 

Bussmann, Herman, Englewood, N. J. Joint for concrete 
building units. 2,103,894 ; Dec. 28. 

Busson, James W., and G. C. Thompson, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Receptacle. 2,098,858 ; Nov. 9. 

Buswell, George A. (See Deans, F. E., Manger, and Bus- 
well. ) 

Buswell, George A. (See Wainwright, C. H., and Bus- 
well. ) 

Butcher, William T., Ilford, assignor to Goodlass Wall & 
Lead Industries Limited. London, England. Lead and 
lead alloys. 2,097,560 : Nov. 2. 

Butler, Albert M., Danvers, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Corning Glass Works, Corning, N. Y. 
Reclaiming electric lamps and mechanism therefor. 
2,093,400 : Sept. 21. 

Butler, Arthur G., Buffalo, N. Y.. assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Curtiss-Wright Corporation. Folding 
landing gear. 2,069,994 ; Feb. 9. 

Butler, Arthur G., Eggertsville, and R. E. Palmer and 
S. T. Payne, Kenmore. N. Y., assignors, by mesne as- 
signments, to Curtiss-Wright Corporation. Retractable 
landing gear. 2,073,362 ; Mar. 9. 

Butler, Arthur G., Eggertsville, N. Y.. assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Curtiss-Wright Corporation. Auxiliary 
surface control. 2,097,996 ; Nov. 2. 

Butler, Bernard J. (See Pilorz, B. P., and Butler.) 

Butler, C. E. (See Gibson, George M., assignor.) 

Butler, Carl P., New York, N. Y. Heater. 2,070,223 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Butler, Charles W., Oakmont, and B. E. O'Hagan, as- 
signors to The Union Switch & Signal Company, 
Swissvale, Pa. Track shunting apparatus. 2,089,825 ; 
Aug. 10. 

Butler, Clifford L., Wilmette, 111. Apparatus for con- 
trolling the temperature in rooms. 2,074,827 ; Mar. 23. 

Butler, Clyde G. (Hee Harris. C. and Butler.) 

Butler, Cyrus O., and E. G. Guenther, Kingsport, Tenn.. 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Eastman Kodak 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Lubrication of artificial 
filaments. 2,083,635 ; June 15. 

Butler, Edward E., Ypsilanti, Mich. Anti-slipping deviop 
to be worn upon the human foot. 2,087,945 ; July 27. 

Butler, Ernest L., Lynn, and J. Harrington, Jr., Wenham, 
Mass., assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Paterson, N. J. anufacture of soles. 2,100,430 ; Nov. 
30. 

Butler, Frank D., United States Navy, Bremerton, Wash. 
Crank bearing assembly. 2,093,997; Sept. 28. 

Butler, Guy M., Chipperfield, England. Running and like 
athletic shoe. 2,082.537 : June 1. 

Butler, Henry E., Scotia, N. Y. Key holder. 2,086,378 ; 
July 6. 

Butler, Henry R., Vorona, N. J., assignor to Wired Radio, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Rectifier starting system. 
2,096,880 ; Oct. 26. 

Butler, Henry R., Verona, N. J., assignor to Wired Radio, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Eloctrionic synchronizing sys- 
tem, 2,096,881 ; Oct. 26. 

Butler, Irvin E., assignor of one-half to J. C. Fowlei, 
Baltimore, Md. Electrical safety system. 2,099,195 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Butler, Martin R., Wellington, and W. H. Harding, 
Levin, a.ssignors to Reversible Trailers Limited, Levin, 
Province of Wellington, New Zealand. Trailer for 
road vehicles. 2,080,291 ; July C. 

Butler Manufncturing (Company. (Sec Bjork, P. N., and 
Burns, assignors.) 

Butler MMnnl'acturing Company. (See Norquist, Victor 
('.. assignor.) 

Butler, Martin R., Wellington, and W. 11. Harding, Levin, 
assignors to Reversil)le Trailers Liniiled, Levii\. 
Province of Wellington, New Zealand. Trailer for roiid 
vehicles. 2,069,004 ; Jan. 26. 

Butler Paper Prodiicls ('onii>any. (See Decker, Homer A., 
assignor. ) 

Butler, William F., Hillside, N. J., assignor to American 
Can CoMii>!iny, New York, N. Y. Plango curling ma- 
chine. 2,085,001 ; Juno 29. 

Butler, Williiun II, (See Tiirklngton, V. TI„ and Butler,! 

Huller, William H,, Forest (iate, Tiondon, and D, S. 
Cooper, Manor Pari;, Londoii, Enghind. Detachable 
heel |ir(>le<lor for shoes. 2,070.978; Apr. 13. 

Iliilrii;m, l.i'o 'I',. I'drlngc 'I'ownsliip. Kiiliniiiizf") Coiillly. 
Mich, ('losur<> cap Hlnichire, 'J.OS 1 ,(; I I ; May 25. 

12212S V 7 



Butow, Abe M., assignor of one-half to Artistic Founda- 
tions, Inc., and one-half to A. Seidner, New York, N. Y. 
Garment closure. 2,083,047; June 8. 

Butt, Frederic W. (See Hamilton, W. S. H., and Butt.) 

Butter, Karl, Rostock, and O. Butter, Warnemunde, Ger- 
many. Explosion rivet. 2,080,220 ; May 11. 

Butter, Otto. (See Butter, Karl, and O.) 

Butterbaugh, Homer W., Kenosha, Wis., assignor to The 
American Brass Company, Waterbury, Conn. Welded 
article of high copper alloy. 2,091,304 ; Aug. 31. 

Butterbaugh, Homer W., Kenosha, Wis., assignor to The 
American Brass Company, Waterbury, Conn. Fabri- 
cated structure and making. 2,091,305 ; Aug. 31. 

Butterfield, Elmore E., Forest Hills, N. Y. Purification 
of waters with hydrogen peroxide. 2,070,856 ; Feb. 16. 

Butterfield, Elmore E., Forest Hills, N. Y. Cyclic process 
of sewage treatment and sludge disposal. 2,072,154 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Butterfield, Wendell. (See Lane, G. T., and Butterfield.) 

Butter Krisp Manufacturing Corp. (See Bestel, Frank 
A., assignor.) 

Buttermilk dispensers. (See Kaskey, Louis G., assignor.) 

Butterworth, H. W., and Sons Company. (See Butter- 
worth, H. W., Jr., and Sippel, assignors.) 

Butterworth, H. W., & Sons Company. (See Hetherington, 
Robert, assignor.) 

Butterworth, Harry W., Jr., Philadelphia, and J. J. 
Sippel, Upper Darby, assignors to H. W. Butterworth 
& Sons Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Rayon spinning 
machine. 2,072,023 ; Feb. 23. 

Butterworth, Samuel D., Detroit, Mich., assignor of ninetv- 
nine per cent to The Worth Company. Car loading de- 
vice. 2,066,714 ; Jan. 5. 

Butterworth, Samuel D., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments of ninety-nine one-hundredths to The Worth 
Company. Car loading device. 2,069,644 ; Feb. 2. 

Butterworth, Samuel D., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, of ninety-nine per cent to The Worth 
Company. Car loading device. 2,078,052 ; Apr. 20. 

Butterworth, Samuel D., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, of ninety-nine per cent to The Worth Com- 
pany. Car loading device. 2,079,829 ; May 11. 

Butterworth, Samuel D., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, of ninety-nine per cent to The Worth Com- 
pany. Car loading device. 2,079,930 ; May 11. 

Butterworth, Samuel D., Detroit, Mich,, assignor of ninety- 
nine per cent to The Worth Company, (jar loading de- 
vice. 2,079,931 ; May 11. 

Butterworth System Incorporated. (See Fletcher, Wil- 
liam D., assignor.) 

Butterworth System Incorporated. (See George, Leonard 
B., assignor.) 

Butterworth, William R., Jr. (See Leonard, J. W., Butter- 
worth, Leonard, and Wellford, Harry A., and W. L., Jr.) 

Buttigieg, John, Elgin, 111. Tape measure. 2,071,225 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Buttner, Arnold, Ridgewood, N. Y. Time switch. 
2,092,906 ; Sept. 14. 

Buttolph, Leroy J., Grantwood, assignor to General Elec- 
tric Vapor Lamp Company, Hoboken, N. J. Ultra- 
violet sterilizing apparatus. 2,085,573 ; June 29. 

Buttolph, Leroy J., Grantwood, assignor to General Elec- 
tric Vapor Lamp Company, Hoboken, N. J. Method and 
apparatus for irradiating materials. 2,087,751 ; July 20. 

Buttolph, Lex-oy J., Grantwood. assignor to (Jeneral Elec- 
tric Vapor Lamp Company, Hoboken, N. J. Method of 
and apparatus for operating electric discharge devices. 
2,103,0.59 ; Dec. 21. 

t5uttress, George A., Los Angeles, Calif. Ribbed board. 
2,077,513 ; Apr. 20. 

Butts, Edward, Georgetown, Colo. Pulverulent material 
treating apparatus. 2,073,549 : Mar. 9. 

Butts, Richard R., Saginaw, assignor to Hargett-B\itts 
Corporation, Richville, Mich. Liquid cooler. 2,072,082 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Butusov, Emil P. (See Lewy, Daniel, assignor.) 

Butz, Lewis W., Chalfont, Pa., assignor to l)r, 1), Jayne & 
Son, Inc., Wilmington, Del. I'arnsitlcide, 2,097,114: 
Oct. 26. 

Butz, Lewis W., Chalfont, and W. A. La Lande, Jr., Phila- 
delphia, Pa,, assignor to l)r, D, Jayne & Son, Inc., Wil- 
mington, Del, I'ar.'isitioide, 2,097.115; Oct, 26, 

Buxbaum, Edwin C, Shorewood, Wis,, assignor to E. I. 
du Pont do Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Preparation of aralkylaminoanthraquinone compounds. 
2,068,371 ; .Inn. 19. 

BuN'baum, Edwin C. Shorewood, Wis,, assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Preparation of arallivlaniinoanlhraiiuinone compounds. 
2, 068. ,172 ; Jan, 19, 

Buxbaum, Edwin C, Shorewood, Wis,, assignor to R. T. 
(lu Pont de Ncvnonrs it Conip:iny, Wilmington, Del. 
ri(-pariiig (liamino (lIpluMioxy-MnllinKiuinono disulphonic 
:ici(ls, 2, 0(!S,. •!".•( ; J:in, 19, 

liiixton, Jiiy. (See l''il;e. T, M,, and Iliixlon.l 

lIuNlon, Paiil II,, 1111(1 II, C, I''os(i>r, asslgnurs to Western 
('•iilrldge Company, East -Mton. HI, Trn]) shooting 
.'iI>parMllis. 2,(177.672 ; .Apr, 20, 

l'.ii\loi\, Wiinier It., Loiigineadow, Muss, I'Mi'xilile recep- 
(,iilc. 2,()SS.2.«<il ; Jiilv 27. 

ItuNloii, Warner It,. I.ongmeadow, Mass. Pocket guard. 

2,0.'<.'<,287 ; July 27, 
Muxtiin, Warner H,, I.ongiin'iidow, Mass, Flexible pocket 
nMcplacle, 2.095,.')9;! ; Oct, 12. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Buzzard, Robert W.. Kensington. Md. Bath for anodic 
treatment of aluminum. 2,066.327 ; Jan. 5. 

Buzzard, Robert W., Kensington, Md. Anodic treatment 
of aluminum. 2,085,002 ; June 29. 

Buzzelli, Julius C. (See Hunter, J. H., and Buzzelli.) 

Bye, Norman C. (See I'reas, S. T., and Bye.) 

Byer, Henry E.. Rosebank. N. Y. Apparatus for obtain- 
ing exposed liquid surfaces. 2,081,615 : May 25. 

Byerlein, Arthur A., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Gen- 
eral Machinery Corporation, Hamilton, Ohio. Press. 
2,073,238; Mar. 9. 

Byerlein, Arthur A., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Gen- 
eral JIachinery Corporation, Hamilton, Ohio. Press. 
2,073.239 ; Mar. 9. 

Byerlein, Arthur A., Detroit, IMich., assignor to General 
Machinery Corporation, Hamilton, Ohio. Press. 
2,091,961 ; Sept. 7. 

Byerlein, Arthur A., Detroit, Mich., assignor to General 
Machinery Corporation, Hamilton, Ohio. Press. 
2,101,527 ; Dec. 7. 

Byers, A. M., Company. (See Aston, J., and Story, as- 
signors.) 

Byers. A. M., Company. (See Brassert, Herman A., as- 
signor.) 

Byers. A. M., Company. (See Gross, Charles E.. as- 
signor.) 

Bvers, Charley. Primgar, Iowa. Tire spreading tool. 
"2,089,337 ; Aug. 10. 

Byers. John A.. Evanston, assignor to James P. Clow & 
"Sons. Chicaeo. 111. Pipe ioint. 2.099.722 : Nov. 23. 

Byers, John A., and G. C. Carnahan, assignors to James 
B. Clow & Sons, Chicago, 111. Valve control for gas 
burners. 2,083.985 ; June 15. 

Byers. Laud S., Glendale, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Halafax Explosives Company, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Explosive. 2,079,105 ; May 4. 

Byers. Laud S.. Glendale. assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Halafax Explosive Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Ex- 
plosives. 2.083.143 ; June 8. 

Byers, Laud S., Glendale. assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Halafax Explosives Company, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Blasting explosive. 2,083,144 ; June 8. 

Byers, Phillip L., Clyde, assignor to H. S. Day, Fremont, 
Ohio. Seeding machine. 2.076,702 : Apr. 13. 

Byers. Thomas A.. Spokane, Wash. Spring motor. 
2,080,651 ; May 18. 

Bvers. Wesley M., Miami. Tex. Grain drill screen. 
2,079,839 : May 11. 

Byers, William. Kansas City, Mo. Building material 
and making the same. 2,077,094 ; Apr. 13. 

Byford Electric Hammer Co. (See Byford, Horace, as- 
signor.) 

Bvford, Horace, assignor to Byford Electric Hammer Co., 
"inc.. Seattle. Wash. Free piston power hammer. 
2.067,880 ; Jan. 19. 

Byington, William C, assignor to All Steel Trailer Com- 
Companv, Nacogdoches, Tex. Dump wagon. 2,102,676 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Byk, Maurice, and J. de Mare, Paris. France, assignors to 
Gonoral Electric Company. Radio frequency amplifier. 
2.101,670; Dec. 7. 

Bylicki, Stanislaw, Zyznow, Poland. Apparatus for 
whetting little shnving-knivcs. 2,097.O.")S : ()ot. 26. 

Bylund, Eric. (See Tornblom, N. A., and Bylund.) 

Cyrd. Tlioinas W.. Araericus. Ga. ^Methcd and ;ipp;irat\is 
"for purifying liquids. 2.075.1".") : Jlar. 30. 

Byrkit. Rollin J., Jr., Marshallton. assignor to Hercules 
Powder Company, Wilmington. Del. Method for the 
production of a noble metal catalyst. 2,079,840 ; May 
11. 

Byrkit, Rollin J., Jr., Marshallton. Del., assignor to 
"Hercules Powder Company. Wilmington, Del. Hydro- 
gpnation process. 2.094.117 : Sept. 28. 

Byrne, Alvin J., Brooklyn, assignor to American Can 
Company, New York, N. Y. Container. 2,086,534 ; 
July 13. 

P.yrno, Geo. A. (See JlcCoy, James R.. assignor.) 

Byrne, Julius L., Detroit, Mich. Door construction. 
2,080,693 ; May 18. 

Rvrne, Paul F. (See Kolster, F. A., and Byrne.) 

Byrne, Philip J., Jr., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Preparation of mineral 
white oils and products prepared therefrom. 2,085,693 ; 
June 29. 

Byrnes. C. P.. trustee. (See James. Joseph H.) 

Byrnes, Clarence P., trustee. (See James, Joseph H., as- 
signor.) 

Byrnes. Irving F., Riverdale, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Automatic alarm selector. 
2.094.733 : Oct. 5. 

Bvron. Frank L.. Delta, Utah. Deflation indicator switch. 
'2,084.939 ; June 22. 

Byron Jackson Co. (See Coberly. Clarence J., assignor.) 

Byron Jackson Co. (See Grau. Herbert E., assignor.) 

Byron Jackson Co. (See Hertel. Richard K., assignor.) 

Byron Jackson Co. (See Hollander. Alndar, assignor.) 

Byron Jackson Co. (See Mendenliall. E., and Van Horn, 
assignors. ) 

Bvron J.ickson Co. (See Todd. Robert T.. assignor.) 

Byron, Kenneth M., Detroit, Mich. Trailer. 2,083,049 ; 
June 8. 



Byron, Ralph, assignor to J. O. Ross Engineering Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Cooling system for processed 
sheets after coating, drying, or baking. 2,094,734 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Byron, Thomas H., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Cen- 
trifugal spinning device. 2.087.467 ; July 20. 

Byron, Thomas H., Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Ravon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Col- 
lapsible spool! 2.095,594 ; Oct. 12. 

Cyron. Thomas H., Elizabethton, Tenn.. assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Manu- 
facture of artificial yarn, filaments, and the like. 
2.096.607 : Oct. 19. 

Byron, Thomas H., and R. S. Bley, Elizabethton, Tenn.. 
assignors to North American Rayon Corporation. New 
York, N. X. Preparing cellulosic spinning solutions and 
soft-luster products thereof. 2.081.847 : May 25. 

Byron, Thomas H., and R. S. Bley. Elizabethton, Tenn., 
"assignors to North American Rayon Corporation, New 
York. X. Y. Preparing cellulosic spinning solutions and 
soft-luster products thereof. 2.081.848 : May 25. 

Byron, Thomas H.. and R. S. Bley. Elizabethton, Tenn.. 
assignors to North American Rayon Corporation. Jfew 
York, N. Y'. Preparing cellulosic spinning solutions and 
soft-luster products thereof. 2.081.849 ; May 25. 

Bysshe, Ernest T., and R. R. Finn, assignors to Jones & 
Lamson Machine Company, Springfield. Vt. Circular 
chaser and mounting therefor. 2,080.303 ; May 11. 

Bysshe, Ernest T.. and R. R. Finn, assignors to Jones & 
Lamson Machine Company, Springfield, Vt. Grinding 
machine. 2.087.662 ; July 20. 

Bywater, Wilfred M. (See Radasch, A. H., and By- 
water.) 

C & L Method of Foot Correction. (See Casey, V. R., and 
Larsen. assignors.) 

C. L. W. Aviation Company. (See Welman, Francis S., 
assignor.) 

CMC Corporation. (See Moreno. Gabriel G., assignor.) 

C-JI-P Fishing Tool Company. (See Church, Walter L., 
assignor.) 

C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company. ( See Allen, Scott E., 
assignor.) 

C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company. (See Allen, S. E.. 
and Rennert. assignors.) 

C. & S. Clementson. (See Clementson, Johan F. J., as- 
signor.) 



(See Coffin, Joel S., Jr., 
(See Coffin, J. S., Jr., and 
(See Schellens, Christopher 
(See Schellens, Eugene L., 
(See Trefney, W., and 



C-S Engineering Company, 
assignor.) 

C.-S. Engineering Company. 
Schellens, assignors.) 

C-S Engineering Company. 
A., assignor.) 

C-S Engineering Company. 
assisrrior.) 

C-Y" Manufacturing Company. 
Condon, assignors.) 

Cabell, Charles A., Washington, D. C, assignor to Economy 
Fuse & Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Com- 
posite article. 2.101.128 ; Dec. 7. 

Cable, Davis A. (See Schweitzer, H. V., and Cable.) 

Cable, George W., et al. (See Paterson, Earle W. G., 
assignor.) 

Cable, Hobart M. (See Block, David J., assignor.) 

Cabot. Godfrey L., Inc. (See Shaw, Edward L., as- 
signor.) 

Cabot. Godfrey L., Inc. (See Billings, E., and Offutt, 
assignors.) 

Cabot, Samuel, Jamaica Plain, assignor to Samuel Cabot, 
Inc., Boston, Mass. (Reducing viscosity in certain 
paint or like systems and products according to the 
same. 2,087,197; July 13. 

Cabot. Samuel, Inc. (See Cabot, Samuel, assignor.) 

Cabral. Jesse L., Eastondale. Mass. Telltale for automo- 
bile headlights. 2.084.627 : June 22. 

Caccia, Walter, White Plains, assignor to J. H. Unland- 
lierni. New York, N. Y. Constructing a subway. 
2.077,353 ; Apr. 13. 

Cadman, Addi B.. Beloit, Wis. Electromagnetic friction 
device. 2,068,654 : Jan. 26. 

CadoUe, Marcel, Paris, France. Brassifere. 2,103,060 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Cadwallader. Edgar ^I., assi.gnor to Mineral Cutting Ma- 
chine Company. Inc.. Cleveland, Ohio. Mining and 
apparatus therefor. 2.0S9.944 : Aug. 17. 

Cadwallader. Harrv, Jr.. Philadelphia, Pa. Forming bolt 
heads. 2.102,941 : Dec, 21. 

Cadwallader. Robert. Highland Park, assignor to Chrysler 
Corponition. Detroit, Mich. Automobile fender. 
2,068.732 : Jan. 26. 

Cadwell. Edwin B.. Saugerties, assignor to M. F. Ashley, 
Brooklyn. N. \'. Preparing road paving compositions. 
2.068.164 : Jan. 19. 

Cadwell. Leon L. (See Williams. B. E.. and Cadwell.) 

Cady. Carroll, assignor to The W. B. Marvin Manufac- 
turing Compan.v. Urbana. Ohio. Adjustable window 
screen clip. 2,092,272 ; Sept. 7. 

Cady. Charles P., assignor to The Linlev Corporation, 
Canastota, N. Y. Pumping apparatus. 2,094,143 : 
Sept. 28. 

Cady. Charles P.. and L. E. Johnson, assignors to West- 
l;ike Manufacturing Cornoration, Canastota. N Y 
Sander. 2,097.963 : Nov. ;>. 

Cady, Claude. (See Damberg, A. V., and Cady.) 



L,IST OF PATENTEES 



99 



Cady, E. L., Engineering Company, The. (See Cady, 

Ernest L., assignor.) 
Cady, Ernest L., Hartford, assignor to The E. L. Cady 

Engineering Company, West Hartford, Conn. Carding 

machine. 2,077,095 ; Apr. 13. 
Cady, George H., Wadsworth, Ohio. Osyfluoride of ni- 
trogen. 2,076,364 ; Apr. 6. 
Cady, John C, Enfield, Conn. Antiglare device. 

2,076,397 ; Apr. 6. 
Cady, John E., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to United 

States Rubber Products, Inc., New York, N. Y. 

Connection. 2,094,347 ; Sept. 28. 
Cady, Walter H., Los Angeles, assignor to The Patent 

and Licensing Corporation, Boston, Mass. Method and 

apparatus for treating shingles or shingle strips. 

2,093,803 ; Sept. 21. 
Cadzow, Robert. (See Dowsett. H. M., and Cadzow.) 
Cadzow, Robert. (See Dowsett, H. M., Walker, and 

Cadzow. ) 
Caesar, Irving, New York, N. Y^. Reversible dial. 

2,086,697 ; July 13. 
Caeser, Viktor, Stuttgart, Germany. Oscillator for the 

biological treatment of living tissue. 2,099,511 ; Nov. 

16. 
Capstecker, Charles E., assignor to Accurate Spring Mfg. 

Company, Chicago, 111. Retaining means for bezels 

and escutcheon plates. 2,097,511 ; Nov. 2. 
Caffier, Pierre L. (See Baum, Frederick W., assignor.) 
Caffrey, James H., Buffalo, N. Y. Garbage incinerator. 

2,082,870; June 8. 
Cage, Darcy L., Los Angeles, Calif. Draft control means 

for fireplaces. 2,100,732 ; Nov. 30. 
Cage, John M., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Electron beam tube. 2,074,829 ; 

Mar. 23. 
Cage, John M., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Electric discharge device. 2,078,123 ; 

Apr. 20. 
Cage, John M., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Starter for pool-type tubes. 

2,089,174 : Aug. 10. 
Caggiano, Anthony, Springfield, Mass. Inner sole for 

shoes. 2,089,465 ; Aug. 10. 
Cagle, Boyd N., assignor of one-half to S. A. Cagle, 

Hendersonville, N. C. Cutting attachment for tufting 

work. 2,095,916 ; Oct. 12. 
Cagle, Sidney A. (See Cagle, Boyd N., assignor.) 
Cahaney, James M. (See Berni, Philip, assignor.) 
Cahill, Arthur T., et al., executor. (See Cahill, Thaddeus.) 
Cahill, Eleanor, et al., executor. (See (iahill, Thaddeus.) 
Cahill, George F., et al., executor. (See Cahill, Thad- 
deus.) 
Cahill, Thaddeus, deceased. New York, N. Y., A. T., E., 

and G. F. Cahill. executors of the estate of said Thad- 
deus Cahill. Synchronized sound and picture control. 

2,103,766; Dec. 28. 
Cahl, Conrad C. (See Rowland, D. P., and Dahl.) 
Cahn, Jack, assignor to Alco-Gravure Inc., New York, 
■ N. Y. Exposure determining device for cameras. 

2,095.312; Oct. 12. 
Cahn, Leo, Woodside, assignor to Consolidated Decalco- 

mania Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fixing adhesive 

coated devices. 2,088,405 : July 27. 
Cahn, Max, Cologne, Germany. Divided roller bearing. 

2,068,843 ; Jan. 26. 
Gaboon, Brent F., Kew Gardens, N. Y., and H. C. Seaman, 

.Jr.. Short Hills, N. J., assignors of one-half to Armstrong 

Cork Company, and one-half to Captive Closures, Inc., 

New York, N. Y. Closure for containers. 2,066,390 ; 

Jan. 5. 
Caillau, Marcel U., Boulogne-sur-Seine, France. Hose 

clamp. 2,073,294 : Mar. 9. 
Caille, Georges, Vaujours, France, assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to The Union Switch & Signal Company, 

Swissvale, Pa. Railway signaling system. 2,074,163 ; 

Mar. J«. 
Caille, Georges, Vaujours, France, assignor, by mesne 

assignmont.s, to The Union Switch & Signal Company, 

Swissvalo, Pa. Railway signaling system. 2,080,806; 

May 18. 
Caille, Georges, Vaujours, Franco, assignor, bv mesne as- 

signnicnls, to Tlie Union Switch & Signal Company, 

Swissvalo, Pa, Automatic signaling system for rail- 
ways. 2,083,290 ; .Tune 8. 
Cnin, Bernard M., Ballston Lake, N. Y., assignor to General 

IClPf'tric Company. High tension Ignition system. 

2,006,959; Jnn. 5. 
Cain. Bernard M.. Ballston Lake. N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral El'-ctric Company. Ignition system for Internal 

combustion engines. 2,100.210: Nov. 23. 
Cain, r^hesley C, Omaha, Nebr. Brick wall construction. 

2.087,883 ; July 27. 
Cain, Edwin Tj. (See Musselman, Fred F., assignor.) 
Cain, 71a rrv C., Oklahoma City, Okln. Milking system. 

2,092,440 ; Sept. 7. 
Cain. William, Sr.. Newburg, W. Va, (."ashler's shield. 

2,070, 212 : May 4. 
Cain, William K. (See Gotlliardt, IT. R.. and Gain.) 
Cairiicrf)KH, Stanley TO. (See lirennan, E. A., Cnlrncross. 

IfaHselstrom, and ITull.) 
Caisson Clonlractlng Company. (See Smith, Edward A., 

asHlgnor.) 
Calal)]''), Josepli. lOvorett, Mass. Automobile bumper. 

2,009,040; Nov, 16. 



Calafati, Salvator S., Jr., et al. (See Calafati, Salvator 
S., assignor.) 

Calafati, Salvator S., assignor of three-fourths to S. S. 
Calafati, Jr.. and one-fourth to J. M. Cole, New York, 
N. Y. Building construction. 2,073,781; Mar. 16. 

Calbeck, John H.. Columbus, Ohio, assignor to American 
Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company, St. Louis, Mo. Pre- 
paring metallic sulphates from sulphide ores and the 
like. 2,074,210 ; Mar. 16. 

Calco Chemical Company. ( See Aldrich, R. H., and Bryce, 
assignors.) 

Calco Chemical Co., The. (See Battegay, Martin, as- 
signor.) 

Calco Chemical Co., The. (See Crossley, M. L., Kienle, 
and Royer, assignors.) 

Calco Chemical Company, The. (See Crossley, M. L., and 
Shafer, assignors.) 

Calco Chemical Company, The. (See Hill, Alfred G. 
and A. J., assignors.) 

Calco Chemical Co., The. (See Johnson, Edward S., 
assignor.) 

Calco Chemical Co., The. (See Klipstein, Kenneth H., as- 
signor.) 

Calcott, William S., Penns Grove, N. J., assignor to E. 
I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Prevention of corrosion. 2,075,976 ; Apr. 6. 

Calcott, William S., and P. W. Carleton, Penns Grove, 
and E. L. Mattison, Carney's Point, N. J., assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Compounds of the triphenylmethane sei'ies. 
2,085,736 ; July 6. 

Caldbeck, Charles J. (See Mardis, P. L., Wilson, and 
Caldbeck.) 

Calderazzo, Dominick J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Footwear. 
2.090,935 ; Aug. 24. 

Calderio, Edward, Garfield, N. J. Cigarette making ma- 
chine. 2,070,198 ; Feb. 9. 

Caldwell, D. H. (See Long, Albert S., assignor.) 

Caldwell, Frank W., Hartford, Conn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to United Aircraft Corporation. 'Propel- 
ler. Re. 20,283 ; Mar. 9. 

Caldwell, Geoffrey D., and L. E. Hood, Claude, Tex. 
Piston lubricating means. 2,083,636 ; June 15. 

Caldwell, Glenn A., Swissvale, and G. K. Shaw, Wilkins- 
burg, assignors to Westinghouse Electric & Manufac- 
turing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Control system. 
2.078,220 ; Apr. 27. 

Caldwell, Harold B., New York, N. Y., assignor to Swenson 
Evaporator Company, Harvey, 111. Vacuum crystallizer 
and method of crystallizing. 2,067,043 ; Jan. 5. 

Caldwell, Harry F. (See Tuthill, H. B., and Caldwell.) 

Caldwell, James A.. San Antonio, Tex. Head bumper for 
animals. 2.098,614 : Nov. 9. 

Caldwell. John W., Chicago, 111. Propeller. 2,087,243; 
July -zO. 

Caldwell, Lyle, Los Angeles, Calif. Preparing a decolor- 
izing material. 2,076,545 ; Apr. 13. 

Caldwell, Robert W., Cleveland, Ohio. Stereoscope. 
2,088,363 ; July 27. 

Galdwell, Wallace Ij. (See Meinzer, Carl F., assignor.) 

Caldwell, William E., New Rochelle, and E. H. Man, 
Mamaroneck, N. Y. Slagging furnace. 2,084,190 ; 
June 15. 

Caldwell. Winston, Nashville, Tenn. Cooling system for 
internal combustion engines. 2,084,940 ; June 22. 

Caley, Glenn H., Middletown, N. Y., assignor to R. B. 
Arnold, Chicago, 111. Commutator cleaner for electric 
motors. 2,073,830 ; Mar. 16. 

Calico Printers' Association Limited. (See Elliott, Claud 
J., assignor.) 

Calico Printers' Association Limited. (See Gilbertson, 
Isaac H., assignor.) 

Calico Printers' As.sociation Limited, The. (See Lantz, 
L. A., Morrison, and Miller, assignors.) 

California Consumers Corjjoration. (See Meinzer, Gott- 
hold IT., assignor.) 

California Florida Company, The. (See Hoen, Lewis, 
assignor.) 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. (See Loo, Albert 
S., assignor.) 

California Fruit Growers Exchange. (Sec Nedvldek, 
R, D., and MacRill, assignors.) 

California Machinery & Supply (Jo. (See Winfield, Ed- 
ward A., assigni>r. ) 

California Orchard Heater Company, ct nl. (See Scheu, 
v\'illiani C, assignor.) 

California Packing Corporation. (See Ash, C. S., and 
Bcrglund, assignors, ) 

California Packing Gorporallon, (See Lesley, B. E., and 
Shumate, assigiioi's. ) 

California Packing Corporation. (See Lucks, Roy O., as- 
signor.) 

CnlHornla Packing Corporntton. (Sec Pllorz, B. p., and 
Butler, assignors.) 

CalU'oriila I'acUIng Gorporation. (See Richardson, A. C, 
and Saxby, assignors,) 

California Packing Corporation. (See Hussell, Clyde P., 
assignor.) 

California Packing Cori)orntlon. (See Taylor Angus P., 
assignor.) 

California I'rocess Company. (See Brlckott, B. M., and 
Coh'man, assignors.) 

California Proci'ss Compnny. (See nrlckett. E. M., 
(^oleman, and Bpnott, aHRlgnors. ) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



California Process Company. (See Brown, R. L., Walters, 
Coleman, and Brickett, assignors.) 

California Process Company. (See Dumble, Clifford K., 
as.<Jignor. ) 

California Prune & Apricot Growers Association. (See 
Love, Carl F., assignor.) 

California Spray-Chemical Corporation. (See Sessions, 
Alwyn C. assignor.) 

California Spray-Chemical Corporation. (See Yolck, Wil- 
liam H., assignor.) 

Calkins. Claude C, Spokane, Wash. Vehicle rocking ma- 
chine. 2.080,112 ; May 11. 

Calkins. Claude C, Spokane, Wash. Powder feed device. 
2,080,694 ; May 18. 

Calkins, Raymond M., Deerfield, and J. W. Swank, Chicago, 
111. Roof construction. 2,070,648 ; Feb. 16. 

Calkins, Raymond M., Deerfield, and J. W. Swank. Chi- 
cago, 111. Building construction. 2,095,434; Oct. 12. 

Calkins, Raymond M., Deerfield, and J. W. Swank, Chica- 
go, 111. Building construction. 2,098,717 ; Nov. 9. 

Calkins. Wiinam G. (See Langhammer, A. J., and 
Calkins.) 

Callaghan, Cornelius R. (See Flicker, J. A., and Callag- 
han.) 

Callaghan, Thomas F., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Appli- 
cator for tinting hair. 2.101.310 ; Dec. 7. 

Callahan. Arthur R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Toy track. 
2,079,065 ; May 4. 

Callahan. Charles J., Providence, R. I., assignor of one- 
half to E. A. Johnson, Taunton, Mass. Lens mounting. 
2,071,331 ; Feb. 23. 

Callahan, George F., Jr., Mount Lebanon, Pa. Internal 
combustion motor. 2,084,991 ; June 29. 

Callahan, John L., Brooklyn, N. Y.. assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Multiples telegraph system. 
2,086,351 : July 6. 

Callahan, John T., Waban, assignor to Archer Rubber 
Company, Milford, Mass. Elastic fabric and making 
the same. 2,077.514 ; Apr. 20. 

Callan. Earl, Glendale, Calif. Carpet sweeper dustpan. 
2,068,943 ; Jan. 26. 

Callander. Marshall E., Dallas, Tex. Fluid jet nozzle. 
2,076,445 ; Apr. 6. 

Callaway, Karl, and E. P. Jones. Houston, and F. Thrift, 
San Antonio, Te.x. Apparatus for testing wells. 
2,096,783 : Oct. 26. 

Callender's Cable and Construction Company. (See 
Crocker, William G., assignor.) 

Callender's Cable and Construction Company Limited. 
(See Hunter, Philip V., assignor.) 

Callender'.'; Cable and Construction Company Limited. 
(See Robinson. Denis M.. assignor.) 

Calleo, Joseph, Endicott, N. Y., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Sole and sole 
fitting. 2.082,823 ; June 8. 

Gallery, Joseph C, and J. S., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. 
Boiler water conditioning system. 2,082,871 ; June 8. 

Gallery, Joseph S. (See Gallery, J. C. and J. S.) 

Gallier. Andrc^. Gand. and F. Heger. Urele, Belgium. 
Motion picture projector. Re. 20,346 ; May 4. 

Calling, John. Chicago, 111. Rotary compressor. 
2,094,525 : Sept. 28. 

Gallman, Arthur M., et al. (See Eden, Harold W., as- 
signor.) 

Gallmander, Josef, Uppsala. Sweden. Box for cigarettes 
and similar oblong articles. 2,090.723 ; Aug. 24. 

Callow. Olaf C. (See Bigelow, C. G., Callow, and Scho- 
field.) 

Gallsen. Albert, assignor to Robert Bosch Aktiengesell- 
schaft, Stuttgart, Germany. Starting apparatus for 
internal combustion engines. 2,090,342 ; Aug. 17. 

Calm, M. (See Marsh, Samuel L.. .nssignor.) 

Galton, Albert E., assignor to E. G. Calton. Elmira, N. Y. 
Convertible baby carriage and stroller. 2,078,929 ; 
May 4. 

Calton. Elsie C. (See Galton, Albert E., assignor.) 

Calumet Refining Company. (See Jester, Maxwell B., 
assignor.) 

Calve, Jose B. (See Tomsicek. W. J., Dodge, and Calva.) 

(Calvert, Francis V., Madison. Maine, assignor to to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. High tension cable system. 
2,089,052 : Aug. 3. 

Calvert, Glen AI. (See Connor, K. W., Calvert, and Bleas- 
dale.) 

Calvert, James, Accrington, assignor to Howard and 
Bullough Limited, Lancashire, England. Weighting 
mechanism employed in the roller systems of ring 
spinning, drawing, or speed frames and like textile ma- 
chines. 2,071,023 ; Feb. 16. 

Calvert. John F., Irwin, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
High-voltage winding. 2.095,790; Oct. 12. 

Calvert. John F., Ames, Iowa, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Insulating conductors. 2.103.841 ; Dee. 28. 

Calvert, William C. (See Winkelmann, H. A., and Cal- 
vert.) 

Calvert, William C, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to 
Wingfoot Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Antioxidant. 
2,070,521: Feb. 9. 

Calvert, William ('., riiynlioc.i T'liUs. Ohio, assignor to 
Wingifoot Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Manufacturing 
rubber hydrochloride films. 2,078.526 ; Apr. 27. 



Cambeis, Walter, Kassel, Germany. Expanding hollow 
bodies. 2,088,131 ; July 27. 

Cambosco Scientific Company. (See Lewis, Ervin H., as- 
signor.) 

Cambridge Rubber Go. (See Dunbar, Ernest W., as- 
signor.) 

Cambridge Trust Company, executor. (See Troland, 
Leonard T.) 

Camel, Leroy. Maple Heights, assignor to The Plating and 
Galvanizing Company, Cleveland. Ohio. Product and 
method and composition for cadmium-tin alloy plating. 
2,093,031 ; Sept. 14. 

Gamenisch, Kdward T., assignor to The Mantle Lamp 
Company of America, Chicago, 111. Electric lamp for 
semiindirect lighting purposes. 2,078,054 ; Apr. 20. 

Camerascopic Lens Inc. (See Wiggin, John F., as- 
signor.) 

Camerino, Ernest, New York, N. Y. Blower construction. 
2.095.230 : Oct. 12. 

Cameron, Allan 1\I., Oak Park, assignor to Cameron Can 
Machinery Co., Chicago, 111. Can soldering machine. 
2,091,804 ; Aug. 31. 

Cameron, Allan .M., Oak Park, assignor to Cameron Can 
Machinery Co., Chicago, 111. Can tester. 2,101,129; 
Dec. 7. 

Cameron Can Machinery Go. (See Cameron, Allan M., 
assignor.) 

Cameron Can Machinery Go. (See Cameron, William, 
assignor.) 

Cameron. Frederick L., Shelton, Conn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Cameron Fuel Oil Motors Corporation. 
New York, N. Y. Charge-forming means for internal 
combustion engines. 2.091,908 : Aug. 31. 

Cameron Fuel Oil ilotors Corporation. (See Cameron, 
Frederick L., assignor.) 

Cameron, George A.. Saint John. New Brunswick, Canada. 
Signal switch. 2,089,183 : Aug. 10. 

Cameron, George L.. Montclair, N. J. Clinical ther- 
mometer case. 2,072,441 ; Mar. 2. 

Cameron Iron Works. (See Hampton, Harry D., assignor.) 

Cameron, Joseph A., Montreal, Quebec, Canada, assignor to 
The Symington-Gould Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. 
Railway truck. 2.066.609 ; Jan. 5. 

Cameron Machine Company. (See Johnstone, Robert McC., 
assignor.) 

Cameron. William, assignor to Cameron Can Machinery 
Co., Chicago, 111. Can tester. 2,083,827 ; June 15. 

Cameron, William J.. Chicago, HI. Handle for instruments. 
2.066.328 : Jan. 5. 

Cameron, William P., Philadelphia, Pa. Liquid supply 
nozzle. 2.087.139 ; July 13. 

Camerota. Louis A.. Burlington, assignor to Florence 
Pipe Foundry & Machine Company, Florence, N. J. 
Pouring spout adapted for use with" centrifugal casting 
machines. 2,074,537 : Mar. 23. 

Camerota. Louis A., Burlington, assignor to Florence Pipe 
Foundry & JIachine Company, Florence, N. J. Tilting 
ladle. 2.088,546 ; July 27. 

Camerota, Louis A., Burlington, assignor to Florence Pipe' 
Foundry & JIachine Company, Florence, N. J. Pouring 
device. 2,088,547 ; .July 27. 

Camerota, Louis A., Burlington, and J. Matlack, Flor- 
ence, assignors to Florence Pipe Foundry & Machine 
Company, Florence, N. J. Lifting tongs. 2.076,494 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Caininez, Harold, and N. H. Gilnian, Indianapolis, Ind., 
assignors to General Motors Corporation, Detroit. Mich. 
Supercharger mechanism for internal combustion en- 
gines. 2.09S.718 : Nov. 9. 

Cammack. Robert W.. Mount Vernon, N. Y. Holder for 
dental floss. 2.007.092 : Jan. 12. 

Gamnor, Hilding G.. Saltsjo-Duvnas. assignor to Aktie- 
holagpt Atlas Diesel. Stockholm. Sweden. Fuel pump 
for internal combustion encrines. 2.090,781 : Aug. 24 

Camp. Eugene V.. Atlanta, Ga. Road guard. 2,067,887 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Camp. Hugh D.. Roanoke Rapids. N. G. Manufacturing 
mottled fabrics. 2,093,415 : Sept. 21. 

Tamp. Mortimer H. (See Wratschko. Joseph, assignor.) 

Camp. Raymond E., and J. J. Strvsik. Joliet, 111., as- 
signors to The American Steel and Wire CompanJ- of 
New Jersey. Lead-headed nail. 2,074,773 ; Mar." 23 

Camp. Raymond E., and J. J. Strysik. Joliet. 111., as- 
signors to The American Steel and Wire Company of 
New Jersey. Lead-headed nail. 2.074,774 ; Mar. 23. 

Camp. Raymond E., and J. J. Strysik, Joliet. 111., as- 
signors to The American Steel and Wire Company of 
New Jersey. Lead-headed nail. 2.074,775; Mar" 23 

Gamp S. H. ct Company. (See Gotey, R. F., and Fleck,' 
assignors.) 

Gampani, NoUo, Triest, Italy, Antiskid attachment for 
the wheels of vehicles. 2.086,470 ; Julv 6. 

Campbell, A. S., Go. (See Campbell, Alphonso S., as- 
signor.) 

Campbell, A. S., Go. (See Geddes. Charles I., assignor.) 

Campbell, Alphonso S.. Winchester, assignor to A. S. Gamp- 
bell Co.. Inc.. East Boston, Mass. License plate frame 
2.082.732 : Juno 1. 

Campbell. Andrew, A. Goldsmith, and F. K. White, Jo- 
hannesburg. Transvaal, Union of South Africa ; said 
Goldsmith and said White assignors to said Campbell. 
Transmission mechanism for two movements and in 
direction.al signals for vehicles. 2.093.597 ; Sept. 21. 



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Campbell, Argyle, assignor to Enterprise Railway Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago, 111. Load discharging car. 
2 072 292 * Mar. 2. 

Campbell, Bruce 'h!, Atlanta, Ga. Brake. 2,095,026; 
Oct. f>. 

Campbell, Charles, London, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Tabulating machine. 
2,066,764; Jan. 5. 

Campbell, Charles, London, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Business Machines Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Record card controlled 
statistical machine. 2,076,703 ; Apr. 13. 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Pneumatic signal sy.'!- 
tem. 2,069,913 ; Feb. 9. 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 2,069,914 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to 
The New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 
2,077,515 ; Apr. 20. 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 2,083,686 ; 
June 15. 

Campbell. Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Pressure gauge. 
2,087,418 ; July 20. 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Fluid pressure brake. 
2,088,575 ; Aug. 3. 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Grooving pipe fittings 
and the like. 2,093,513 ; Sept. 21. 

Campbell, Charles A., Watertown, N. Y., assignor to 
The New York Air Brake Company. Air brake. 
2,097,964; Nov. 2. 

Campbell, Charles H., Kent, Ohio. INIanufacture of com- 
posite glne products. 2,102.255 ; Dec. 14. 

Campbell, Donald J., Muskegon Heights, assignor to 
Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry Company, Mus- 
kegon, Mich. Cantifugal casting. 2,085,726 ; July 6. 

Campbell, Donald J., assignor to Campbell, Wyant & 
Cannon Foundry Company, Muskegon Heights, Mich. 
Brake drum. 2,085,727 ; July 6. 

Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake Township, Ottawa 
County, assignor to Campbell Wyant & Cannon Foundry 
Company, Muskegon Heights, Mich. Hot air heating 
furnace. 2,078,053 ; Apr. 20. 

Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake Township, Ottawa 
county, assignor to Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry 
Company, Muskegon, Mich. Molding. 2,084,128 ; 
June 15. 

Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake Township, Ottawa 
county, assignor to Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foun- 
dry Company. Muskegon Heights, Mich. Crankshaft 
casting. 2,084,129 ; June 15. 

Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake, assignor to Campbell, 
Wyant & Cannon, Foundry Company, Muskegon Heights, 
Mich. Vehicle wheel. 2,085,294 ; June 29. 

Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake Township, Ottawa 
County, assignor to Campbell, Wyant & C.Tnnon 
Foundry Company, Norton Township, Muskegon 
County, Mich. Heat hardening machine. 2,085,790 ; 
.July 6. 

Campbell, Donald J., Spring Lake Township, Ottawa 
County, assignor to Campbell, Wyant & Cannon Foundry 
Company, Muskegon, Jlich. Crankshaft molding. 
2,096,707 : Oct. 26. 

Camphcll, Donald J., and L. P. London, Niagara Falls, 
N. Y., assignors to E. I. du Pont do Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Bleaching process. 2,072,665 ; 
Mar. 2. 

Campbell, Edwin N.. Waukesha, Wis. Forming marsh- 
mallows. 2.097.143 : Oct. 20. 

Campbf'Il, Frank D., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, assignor to The 
Quaker Oats Company, Chicago, 111. Vented nozzle. 
2.in2.7S6; Dec. 21. 

Campbell. Frank G. (See Turnepsoed. Clarence, assignor.) 

Campbell, Frank L., Wilmington, 111. Pessary. 
2,071.248; Feb. 16. 

Camphcll, (leorge, Aurora, Nebr. Attachment for lister 
planters. 2,098.738 ; Nov. 9. 

Campbell, (ieorge E., assignor to The Wheland Company, 
Chatt.'inoogii, Tenn. Drawworks. 2.072,024; Feb. 23. 

Cami)hell, George J., Jr., assignor to International Chain 
& Manufacturing Company, York, Pa. Link for tire 
chains. 2.093,547 ; Sept. 21. 

Caniphi'll, Harris S., Willow Grove, Pa. Ski mechanism 
for aircraft or other vehicles. 2,085,295; June 29. 

Canii)b('ll, Harry E., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Campbell 
Metal Window Corporation, New York, N. Y. Casement 
window operating means. 2,072,083 ; Mar. 2. 

Campbell. Harry G.. assignor to United Pipe & Supply 
Corpora t ion, Chaileston, W. Va, Well cementing de- 
vice. 2,100,586; Nov. ,30. 

CaMii)l)('Il. Ttoiner 10., Fort Wavne, Ind. (5\in sight. 
2.102.677: Dec. 21. 

Camolicll. Iluntly M., Detroit, Mich. Cooking foods. 
2,103,513; Dec. 28. 

Campbell, James F., Wellsvllle, and F. C. Wlnterhnlter, 
ISelinont, aHHlgnors to Antaclron, Inc., Wellavllle, N. Y. 
Article of manufacture and making same. 2,005,0B5 ; 
Oct. B. 



Campbell, John. (See Hanson, D., and Pell-Walpole, 

assignors.) 
Campbell, John C. (See Roehm, E. G., and Campbell.) 
Campbell, John C, assignor to The Cincinnati Milling 

Machine Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Sensitive valve 

mechanism. 2,083,774 ; June 15. 
Campbell, John F., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to 

Wingfoot Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Mold breaker. 

2.102.552 : Dec. 14. 
Campbell, John L., Oakland, Calif. Railway tie plate and 

rail clip. 2,082,148 ; June 1. 
Campbell, John, and L. O. Rolleston, Glens Falls, assignors 

to International Paper Company, New York, N. Y. 

Bleached cellulosic product. 2,081.267; May 25. 
Campbell, John, L. O. Rolleston, and G. A. Smith, Glens 

Falls, assignors to International Paper Company, New 

York, N. Y. Continuous bleaching process and appa- 
ratus. 2,089,992 ; Aug. 17. 
Campbell, Julian A., Long Beach, and S. C. Carter, Los 

Angeles, Calif. Valve. 2,091,671 ; Aug. 31. 
Campbell, ijorn, Jr., Lakewood, Ohio. Apparatus for 

gas-cutting and welding of metals. 2,080,396 ; May 18. 
Campbell, Max A., East Providence, R. I. Sealed tam- 

perproof ma.\imum and minimum thermometer for use 

particularly in brooding of chicks. 2,102,678 ; Dec. 21. 
Campbell Metal Window Corporation. (See Bianco, 

Henry, assignor.) 
Campbell Metal Window Corporation. (See Campbell, 

Harry E., assignor.) 
Campbell .Aletal Window Corporation. (See Sargent, All- 

ston, assignor.) 
Campbell Metal Window Corporation. (See Sargent, A, 

and Armstrong, assignors.) 
Campbell, Michael F., Brighton, Colo. Oven insert heater. 

2,083,145; June 8. 
Campbell, Neal J., assignor of thirty-three and one-third 

per cent to T. R. Milligan, St. Louis, Mo. Paint brush. 

2,078,193 ; Apr. 20. 
Campbell, Nicholas D., Hackensack, N. J. Automatic in- 

flator for vehicle wheel tires. 2,084,381 ; June 22. 
Campbell, Osmon B., St. Joseph, Mo. Method and appara- 
tus for operating steam generators. 2,079,986 ; May 11. 
Campbell, Ralph. (See Nass, F. H.. and Campbell:) 
Campbell, Richard L., Oaklyn, assignor to Radio Corpora- 
tion of America, New York, N. Y. Television system. 

2,092,875 ; .Sept. 14. 
Campbell, Richard L., Oaklyn, N. J., assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America. Television system. 2,102,256 : 

Dec. 14. 
Campbell, Robert D., Chicago, and W. Huebert, Glen 

Ellyn, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Associated 

Electric Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, 111. Weld testing 

device. 2,100,502 ; Nov. 30. 
Campbell, Robert H., Upper Edmonton, London, assignor 

to Sparklets, Limited. London, England. Metallic bulb 

and holder. 2,066,517 ; Jan. 5. 
Campbell, Robert J., Sacramento, Calif. Beer foam re- 
mover and advertising device. 2,082,681 ; June 1. 
Campbell, Samuel J.. Green Bay, Wis. Paper interfolding 

machine. 2,092,952 ; Sept. 14. 
Campbell Taggnrt Associated I'akeries, Inc. (See Allen, 

(Jharles, assignor.) 
Campbell, Thomas F., Penn Township, Allegheny County, 

Pa., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. Temperature controlling 

system. 2,072,025 ; Feb. 23. 
Campbell, Vernon W., Nashua, N. H., assignor to C. F. 

Church Mfg. Co., Williniansett, Mass. Adjustable 

spread toilet seat hinge. 2,080.211 ; July 0. 
Campbell, Walter M., West St. John, New Brunswick, 

Canada. Bridge protecting apparatus. 2,087,830 ; 

July 20. 
Campbell, Willard, Los Angeles, Calif. Device for han- 
dling boats and other loads. 2.103,708; Dec. 2S. 
Campliell, Wilbert L.. Denver. Colo., assignor to United 

States Gy])siun Comiiauy. Chicairo, 111. Incorporating 

special niatcrials with paiier stock. 2,007.870; Jan. 12. 
('.iinpbell. William A.. Youngstown, Ohio. Razor blade 

sharpener. 2,102.^09; Dec. 14. 
Campbell, William B., Montreal, assignor to H. J. Rowley, 

Quebec Citv, (Juebec, Canada. Paper making machine. 

2.077,014 ; Apr. 20. 
Campl)ell. William J., assignor to Climax Machinery Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. Smoking stand. 2,073.080; 

.Mar. 10. 
Campb(>ll, William J.. Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to 

American Slicing Machine Company, Chicago, 111. 

Slicing machine. 2,0S7.,S9S ; July 27. 
('aini)bi'll. William J.. In<llauai>c>lis. Ind., assignor to 

.Vinerican ,'^licing Machine Company. Chicago, 111. 

Slicing machine. 2,0.S7..'<00 ; July 27. 
("MMiiibi'll Wyant & (^innon Foundry Company. (See 

Cninpbell, Donald J., assignor.) 
CaiTipbcll. Wyiint & C.'innon l^'onndry Company. (See 

D.iKe, Cliiir'les W., assignor.) 
Ciiiiipbell. Wyant & Cannon Foundry Company. (See 

lOvans, Fdwin R., assignor.) 
Campl)('ll. Wvaiit & CaniKiii Fcnindry I'ompnny. (See Gold- 

licri;, Mark J., assignor.) 
CMnipl)cll, Wviint i*t Cannon l''(iundry Company. (Si>o 

C lolewohl, liiitircnce .\.. assignor.) 
Campbell, \\'yant & Cannon Foundry (\>mpany. (Six) 

Nelson, Kmll A., assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Campo Shoe Machinery Corporation. (See Card, William 
C, Jr., assignor.) 

Campo Shoe Machinery Corporation. (See Holland, 
Friedrich, assignor.) 

Campos, Francisco, Paris. France. Paper feeding mecha- 
nism. 2,084,318 : June 22. 

Camps, Juan P., Sabadell, Spain. Clutch and brake 
mechanism for looms. 2.074.955 : Mar. 23. 

Camps, Juan P.. Barcelona, Spain. Protector mechanism 
for looms. 2,077,037 ; Apr. 13. 

Camps, Juan P., Barcelona. Spain. Mechanism for the 
working and regulation of the Healds course. 2,083,291 ; 
June 8. 

Canaan, Falc, Heidenheim-on-the-Brenz, Germany. Fluid 
transmission having a number of fluid circuits. 
2,083,828 ; June 15. 

Canada Cycle and Motor Company Limited. (See Wal- 
ters, John T., assignor.) 

Canadav, Walter A., Bridgeport, Nebr. Attachment for 
casket lowering devices. 2.091.909 ; Aug. 31. 

Canadian Electro Products Company. (See Morrison, 
G. O., Skirrow, and Blaikie, assignors.) 

Canadian Furnace Limited. (See Yates, Richard C, 
assicnor. ) 

Canadian International Paper Company. (See Jayme 
Georg, assignor.) 

Canadian Locomotive Company. (See Casey, William, as- 
signor.) 

Canadian Wallpaper Manufacturers Limited. (See Bur- 
gess, James R.. assignor.) 

Canadv, Don, Cleveland, Ohio. Sound recording system. 
2.102.194 : Dec. 14. 

Canal National Bank of Portland, The, trustee. (See 
Dorr, (Jeorge P., assignor.) 

Canales, John, Astoria, assicmor to F. W. Kammerer, New 
York, N. Y. Metal weather strip for steel casement 
windows and doors. 2.066.910 : Jan. 5. 

Canby, Caleb H., Jr., et al. (See Streich, Frank, as- 
signor.) 

Candee. Allan H. (See Wildhaber, E., and Candee.) 

Candee, Raphael R., McKittrick, Calif. Straight bottom 
dump bailer. 2,070,982 ; Feb. 16. 

Candler. William W., Detroit, Mich. Roofing. 2,096,784 ; 
Oct. 26. 

Candlish. Bovd. Sandwich. Ontario. Canada. Internal 
combustion' engine. 2,097.206: Oct. 26. 

Candor, Robert R., Dayton. Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Motors Corporation. Refriger- 
ating apparatus. Re. 20.558 : Nov. 16. 

Candor, Robert R., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Dayton, Ohio. Refrigerating apparatus. 
2,076,809 ; Apr. 13. 

Candy & Company. (See Barrett, Francis J., Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Canetta, John. (See Grosswege, J. B., and Canetta.) 

Canetta. John. Wilkinsburs. C. C. Farmer, Pittsburgh, and 
C. D. Stewart. Swissvale. assignors to The Westing- 
house Air Brake (iompanv, Wilmerding, Pa. Fluid pres- 
sure brake. 2,087,623 : July 20, 

Canetta, John, Wilkinsburg, and P. J. Boyle, assignors 
to The Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, 
Pa. Fluid pressure brake. 2,092.369 ; Sept, 7. 

Canfield, Dana W., Chico, Calif. Wrist-type memorandum 
pad. 2.099.295 : Nov. 16. 

Canfield, Earl L. (See Keller, C. C. and Canfield.) 

Canfield, Jesse J. (See Hayes, A., and Canfield.) 

Canfield. Robert H., Washington, D. C. Detector for com- 
bustible gas. 2.079.601 : May 11. 

Canham, Albert R., East Sheen. London. England. Cor- 
set and the like fastening. 2,076,016 : Apr. 6. 

Cann. Harry E., West Chester, Pa. Sterilizer. 2,103,709 ; 
Dec. 28. 

Canner. Max O.. Brooklyn, and A, Duff, assignors of one- 
third to E. Lustig, New Y'ork, N. T. Safetv receptacle. 
2.081.268 : May 25. 

Canney. Frank K., assignor to Boeing Aircraft Company, 
Seattle. Wash. Airplane engine mount. 2,070,782 : 
Feb. 16. 

Canney, Frank R., assignor to Boeing Aircraft Comp.an.v, 
Seattle. Wash. Airplane sleeping berth arrangement, 
2,081.529 : ;\Iay 25. 

Canney, Frank R., assignor to Boeing Aircraft Company, 
Seattle, Wash. Cabin and window structure. 2,084,790 ; 
June 22. 

Cannity, Ernest. (See Hunter, J. D., and Cannity.) 

Cannon, Edward S., East Cleveland, Ohio, Device for 
packing concrete and the like. 2,075,093 ; Mar. 30. 

Cannon. George E., Houston, Tex., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company, Plugging water sands by a 
soap precipitate. 2.079,431 : Ma.v 4. 

Cannon. Kenneth B.. assignor of fifty per cent to J. K. 
Lyon, Jr., Pasadena, Calif. Sound-reproducing means. 
2,076.937 : Apr. 13. 

Cannon. Will A.. Niagara Falls. N. Y. Device for grinding 
the edges of blades. 2.002,831 : Sept. 14. 

Cantello, Carl. (See Friedman, H., and Cantello.) 

Cantelmo. James, Beechurst, Long Island, N. Y. Making 
slices. 2.069,941 : Feb. 9. 

Canter, Morris, New York, N. Y. Ejecting die in the man- 
uf.TPturo of shanks for shoes. 2.067.257 : Jan. 12. 

Cantilever Seat Company. (See Lee, John R., assignor.) 

Canton. Tracy M.. and W. B. Tucker. Grand Rapids, as- 
signors to Nunut Foods, Inc.. Plainwell, Mich. Food 
product. 2,068.051 : Jan. 19. 



Cantor, Alexander, assignor to Sevmour-Avery Manufac- 
turing Companv, Chicago, 111. Slip. 2,091,026 ; Aug. 
24. 

Cantor, Irvin A., New York, N. Y. Stencil sheet duplica- 
tor. 2,071,249 ; Feb. 16. 

Cantor, Jacob J., Los Angeles, Calif. Lamp supporting 
and cord extension reel. 2,070.061 ; Feb. 16. 

Capehart Corporation, The. (See Erbe, Ralph R., as- 
signor.) 

Capehart, Incorporated, The, (See Erbe, R, R., and 
Hunter, assignors.) 

Capeliushnicotf, Matvey A., and S. L. Zalkin, Balm, Union 
of Soviet Socialist Republics. Distant pneumatic con- 
trol for a drilling rig. 2.100.131 : Nov. 23. 

Capello, Arrigo, E. Echeverria (F. C. S. Buenos Aires), 
Argentina. Lifting vehicles. 2.084.941 ; June 22. 

Capital City Products Company, The. ( See Moore, Harold 
E., assignor.) 

Caporale. Peter A., Watertown, Mass, Electrical safety 
razor. 2.067,072 ; Jan. 5. 

Cappelli. Bruno. Sasso Pisano. Pisa. Italy. Device for 
recording sound originating in the human body. 
2.073,412 : Mar. 9. 

Capper, Arthur M., Emsworth, Pa. Metallurgical fur- 
nace. 2.084.241 ; June 15. 

Capps, Washington T., Baltimore, Md., assignor to The 
Standard Stoker Company, Inc. Locomotive stoker. 

2.074.300 : Mar. 16. 

Capps, Washington T., Baltimore, Md.. assignor to The 
Standard Stoker Company, Inc. Locomotive stoker. 

2.074.301 : Mar. 16. 

C^pps. Washington T., Baltimore, Md., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Standard Stoker Companv, Inc, 
Locomotive stoker. 2,075,638 ; Mar. 30. 

Capps, Washington T., Baltimore. Md.. assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Standard Stoker Company, Inc., 
New Y'ork, N. Y. Locomotive stoker. 2.076.763 ; Apr. 
13. 

Cappuccio, Frank, Oakland, Calif. Bathtub. 2,080,601 ; 
May 18. 

Capra. Mary. Alameda. Calif. Table and drier combina- 
•rion. 2.082,380 ; June 1. 

Caprio, Amerigo F. (See Walsh, J. F., and Caprlo.) 

Caprio, Amerigo F. (See Walsh. J. F., Smith, and Caprio.) 

Capstaff. John G.. Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Eastman Kodak Company, Jersey City, 
N. J. Optical system for color processes. 2,091,699 ; 
Aug. 31. 

Capstan Glass Company. (See Brown, Banks D., as- 
signor.) 

Capstick, John W., Verdun, Quebec, Canada. Package 
divider. 2.090.183 ; Aug. 17. 

Captive Closures. Inc., et al. (See Gaboon. B. F., and 
Seaman, assignors.) 

Caputo, James V,, Girard, Ohio, Direct current supply 
system. 2,076.365 ; Apr. 6. 

Caputo. James V.. Crafton. Pa. Apparatus for welding. 
2,098,952; Nov. 16. 

Caputo, James V,. Crafton. Pa. Manufacture of pipe 
blanks. 2.100.503 : Nov. 30. 

Car Devices Company. (See Hannaford, Cleon M., as- 
signor.) 

Carabba, Victor, New York, N. T. Fracture reducing 
apparatus. 2. 089.993 : Aug. 17. 

Caracristi. Virginius Z., Bronxville. N. T. Controlling 
the operation of steam engines. 2,073.921 : Mar. 16. 

Caracristi, Virginius Z., Bronxville. assignor to The 
Superheater Company, New York, N. Y. Locomotive. 
2.072,707 ; Mar. 2. 

Caracristi, Virginius Z., Bronxville. assignor to The 
Superheater Company. New York, N. Y. Locomotive 
type boiler. 2,091,962 : Sept. 7. 

Caradine Hat Company. (See Riebold, Rasper J., as- 
signor.) 

Carbide & Carbon Chemicals Corporation et al. (Sec 
Fordyce, C. R., and Robertson, assignors.) 

Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. (See Lefort. 
Theodore E., assignor.) 

Carbon Interleaved Forms Corporation. (See Ftilk, 
George L., assignor.) 

Carbonaire Beverage Dispenser Inc. (See Clarke, C. A., 
and Wright, assignors.) 

Carbonaire Beverage Dispenser, Inc. (See Roren. Albert, 
assignor.) 

Carbonara. Victor E.. Rockville Centre. N. Y., assignor to 
Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind, In- 
clinometer. 2.067.474 : Jan. 12. 

Carbonara. Victor E.. Rockville Centre, N. T., assignor to 
Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Alti- 
meter. 2.099.406; Nov. 16. 

Carbonara. Victor E.. Rockville Centre, N. Y., assignor to 
Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Alti- 
meter. 2.009.467 : Nov. 16. 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Benner, R. C. and 
Ehster, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Benner, R. C, Mahl- 
man and Rossow. assignors.) 

Carbortindum Company, Tlie. (See Benner, R. C, and 
Melton, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Blnkley, Uriah M., 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Bley, Fred, assignor.) 



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Carborundum Company, The. (See Chormann, G. W., 
and Cowie, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Dawrs, H. P., and 
Power, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Easter, G. J., McMul- 
len, and Logan, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Foss, Carl W., as- 
signor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Harris, Earl J., as- 
signor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Hawke, Clarence E., 
assignor.) 

Caiborundum Company, The. (See Heyroth, Albert H., 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Johnson, Boyd M., as- 
signor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Kirchner, Henry P., 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Mahlman, Osborne L., 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Mahlman, O. L., and 
Benner, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Martin, H. C, and 
Upper, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Melton, Romie L., as- 
signor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Newcomb, E. R., 
assignor, and Stratford.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Robie, Norman P., 
assiguor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Tone, Frank J., as- 
signor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Walker, Avery W., 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Walker, P. H., and 
Pre.v, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Wooddell, Charles E., 
assignor.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Wooddell, C. E., and 
Barnes, assignors.) 

Carborundum Company, The. (See Wooddell, C. E., Upper, 
and Nelson, assignors.) 

Carburetted Gas, Inc. (See Nagel, Theodore, assignor.) 

Card, Clarence D., assignor to Automatic Tire Pressure 
Indicator Company of Blanitoba, Rivers, Manitoba, 
Canada. Circuit closing device for flat tire indica- 
tion. 2,090.184; Aug. 17. 

Card, Foster B., Lns Angeles, Calif., assignor to Radio- 
Keith-Orpheum Corp. Recording or indicating elec- 
trical impulses. 2,094,735 ; Oct. 5. 

Card, William C, Jr., Winthrop, Mass., assignor to Campo 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. Hand- 
ing machine. 2,086.352 ; July 6. 

Card, William C, Jr., AVinthrop, Mass., assignor to Compo 
Shoe Machinery Corporation. New York, N. Y. Skiving 
machine. 2,088.051 ; July 27. 

Card, William C, Jr., Winthrop, Mass., assignor to Compo 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. Apply- 
ing machine. 2,092,498 ; Sept. 7. 

Card, William C, Jr., Winthrop, Mass., assignor to 
Compo Shoe Machinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Shoe coating apparatus. 2,094,638 ; Oct. 5. 

Card, William C, Jr., Winthrop, Mass., assignor to 
Compo Shoe Machinery Corporation, New Yorlc, N. Y. 
Heel pressing machine. 2,094,639 ; Oct. 5. 

Card, William C, Jr., Winthrop, Mass., assignor to 
Compo Shoe Machinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Inflatable pad. 2,095,658; Oct. 12. 

Card, William C, Jr., Winthrop, Mass., assignor to Compo 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. Welt 
holding mechanism. 2,097,869 ; Nov. 2. 

Card, William C, Jr., Winthrop, assignor to Compo Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Boston, ISIass. Welt support. 
2,097,870": Nov. 2. 

Card, William C, Jr., Winthrop, assignor to Compo Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Boston. Mass. Apparatus for 
making welt units. 2,098,503 ; Nov. 9. 

Card, William C, Jr., Winthrop, Mass., assignor to 
Compo Shoe Jlachinerv Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Pressing shoes. 2,098,773 : Nov. 9. 

Card, William C, .Jr., Wintlirop, Mass., assignor to Compo 
Shoe Mncliincrv Corporntioii. N(>w York, N. Y. Rough- 
ing bond. 2.102,992; Doc. 21. 

Card, William IT., assignor of one-lialf to II. ]\T. Swenson, 
Los Angeles, Calif. JRotary internal conil)uslion engine. 
2,075,780 ; Mar. 30. 

Garden, James. (See llallock, (J. W., Skinner, and Cnr- 
dell.) 

Garden, John V., Camborley, England. Aircraft. 
2,076.398; Apr. 6. 

Cardenas, Alexander V.. Chicago, lU. Device for filtering 
and cooling oil. 2,082,682; June 1. 

Cardew, Cornelius A., Waliroonga, near Sydney, Auslralla. 
DIscliMrging waler from steam engine" cviindcrs. 
2,069, 6'15 ; Feb. 2. 

Cardin, Leon A., Pavvtucket, R. I. Tobacco smoklnR pipe. 
2,073,606 ; Mar. 16. 

Cardinal, ClirlHlopher N., TCImherlev. Union of South 
Africa. Lli|iii(i i-iiislng appai'iitiis. 2.0S7.6(;3 ; July 20. 

Cnrdino, Mlcliele. (See DoMMdiiM, (!., Cardino, and Be"rlo.) 

Canloni', J'!ugeiie, I'roolciyii, N. \. .AppiiraHis for and n 
process of treating iiiiiiiuiil/.ed ser.'i. 2,().S.'>,S1)S ; .Inly li. 

Cardoza, Jolin I!. N., New Yoric, N. Y. Remote control 
system. 2,073, 413 ; Mnr. «. 



Cardoza, John B. N., assignor of one-half to W. Bentley, 
New York, N. Y. Stereoscope. 2,083,313 ; June 8. 

Cardwell, Harland W., assignor to Tlie All Steel Products 
Manufacturing Company, Wichita, Kans. Well spud- 
ding apparatus. Re. 20,454 ; July 27. 

Cardwell, Harland W., assignor to The All Steel Products 
Manufacturing Company, Wichita, Kans. Side boom 
and winch attachment for tractors. 2,077,741 ; Apr. 20. 

Cardwell-Westinghouse Company. (See Hall, Marchand 
B., assignor.) 

Cardwell-Westinghouse Company. (See Hedgcock, W. C, 
and Light, assignorsO 

Cardwell-Westinghouse Company. (See Sproul, Donald 
P., assignor.) 

Carew, Herman, assignor to Individual Drinking Cup Com- 
pany, Inc., Easton, Pa. Container and closure cap 
therefor. 2,069,213 ; Feb. 2. 

Carew, Herman, assignor to Individual Drinking Cup 
. Company, Inc., Easton, Pa. Container and closure cap 
therefor. 2,074,325 ; Mar. 23. 

Carew, Herman, Easton, Pa., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Dixie-Vortex Company, Chicago, 111. Con- 
tainer. 2,085,847 ; July 6. 

Carew, Herman, Easton, Pa., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Dixie-Vortex Company, Chicago, 111. Treating 
paper. 2,098,533 ; Nov. 9. 

Carew Manufacturing Company. (See Griffin, Court- 
landt B., assignor.) 

Carey, Clarence W., San Jose, Calif. Photographic ap- 
paratus. 2,072,084 ; Mar. 2. 

Carey, Ernest C. Corpus Christi, Tex. Sampling ma- 
chine. 2.007,693 ; Jan. 12. 

Carey, Gertrude, Cleveland, Ohio. Invalid cushion. 
2,085,296 ; June 29. 

Carey-McFall Co. (See Stuber, Walter J., assignor.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See Bur- 
chenal, William, assignor.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See Dom, 
C, and Moeller, assignors.) 

Carey, Philjp, Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Fischer, Albert C, assignor.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Greider, H. W., and Marc, assignors.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Greider, H. W., and Sherman, assignors.) 

Carey. Philip. Manufacturing Company, The. (See Greider, 
H. W., and Smith, assignors.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Hindall, Clarence D., assignor.) 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The. (See War- 
ner. Leroy E., assignor.) 

Cargile, Clifton, Houston, Tex. Pressure accumulator. 
2,080,695 ; May 18. 

Carhart. Elizabeth M., Clarendon, Va. Sealed container. 
2,067,117; Jan. 5. 

Carhart, Raymond H., East Syracuse, assignor to W. C. 
Lipe, Inc., Syracu.se, N. Y. Tubular fabric knitting 
machine. 2,091,467 ; Aug. 31. 

Caribonum Limited. (See Francis, Frederick G., assignor.) 

Caridis, Marius, Los Angeles, Calif. Apparel. 2.071.497; 
Feb. 23. 

Carilli, Pasquale, Milton, Mass. Celling mold form. 
2,093,401 ; Sept. 21. 

Carillon, Eugene L., Bedford, Ohio. Checking device. 
2,080,559; May 18. 

Carius, Carl, Essen-Rellinghausen, assignor to Fried. 
Krupp Aktiengesellschaft, Essen-on-the-Ruhr, German" 
Corrosion resistant alloy. 2,090,105; Aug. 17. 

Carkhuff, LeRoy F., Morris, assignor to S(lf-LockIng 
Carton Co., Chicago, 111. Wax paper machine. 
2,095,123; Oct. 5. 

Carl, Fred, assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Manufacture of sulphuric acid 
by the contact process. 2,079,700: May 11. 

Carl, Ludwig, assignor to E. Horn, Nuremberg, Germany. 
Toy vehicle. 2,070,465 ; Feb. 9. 

Carl, Ludwig. assignor to Ernst Horn. Nuremberg, Ger- 
many. Toy. 2,103,447; Dec. 28. 

Carlbom, Axel G. 11.. assignor lo Svenska .\ktii-bolaget 
I'.romsregulator, Malmo. Sweden. Leverage changing 
nieclianism for vehicle brakes. 2.081 .660 ; May 25. 

Carlherg, Raymond F., Grand Rapids, Mich. Machine 
;iii(l method for forming helical springs. 2,101,982; 
Dee. 11. 

Carle, Thomas. Jr.. TrucksviHe, Pa. Blackboard eraser 
holder. 2,000.283; Aug. 17. 

Carleton. I'niile J. (See .Morin, G. G., and Carleton.) 

Carleton, Paul W. (See Calcott. W. S., Carleton, and 
Matlison.) 

Carleton, l'a\il W.. I'enn.s Grove, N. J., and A. L. Fox, as- 
signors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Vat dve compositions. 2.0S.").14.') ; 
June 29. 

('.■irleton, Itiiliih D., Snyder, and C. G. Trimbaeh. Kggerts- 
ville, N. v.. assignors to CurtLss-Wright Corporation. 
Ueleasiil)Ic> tank and l)onib rack. 2.069,990; Fob. 0. 

Carleton, Itobi-rt A., Brooklyn, assignor to National Elec- 
tric Heating Companv. Inc., Ni'W York. N. Y. Electric 
heating and drying roll, 2,07l,l.">.''> ; Mar. 23. 

Caileton, Robert A., Urooklvn, assignor lo National Elec- 
tric Heating Co., Inc., N<<w York, N. Y. KovlvlfvlnR 
clay. 2,07I.I50 ; Mar. 23. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Carlin. Julius E., Bronx, N. Y. Farm machinery. 
2.066,610 ; Jan. 5. 

Carlisle, Claud, Longview, Tex. Dump trailer. 2,074,101 ; 
Alar. 16. 

Carlisle, George L., assignor to Railway & Industrial 
Engineering Co., Greensburg, Pa. Fuse disconnect 
switch. 2,088,152 : July 27. 

Carlisle, Paul J., and A. D. Slacallum, Niagara Falls, 
N. Y., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Synthesis of hydrocyanic acid. 
2,069,545 ; Feb. 2. 

Carlisle, Richard W., Haddonfleld, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Lapel microphone. 2,085,184 ; 
June 29. 

Carlisle, Robert W. (See Fairbanks, J. B., and Carlisle.) 

Carliss. Oswald S.. Providence, R. I., assiirnor to H & B 
AniPrican Machine Company. Yarn guide and folder. 
2 067.827: Jan. 12. 

Carlsen, Carl E., New York, N. Y. Hand operated print- 
ing press. 2,078,751 ; Apr. 27. 

Carlsen, Leonard O. (See Bullock, E. W. Galloway, 
Carlsen, and Condon.) 

Carlsen, Leonard O., asignor to Gleason Works, Rochester, 
N. Y. Index mechanism. 2,088,687 ; Aug. 3. 

Carlsen, Leonard O., assignor to Gleason Works. Rochester. 
N. Y. Machine for producing gears. 2,101,2.37 ; Dec. 7. 

Carlson, Adolph G., Chicago, 111. Weighing and bag filling 
mechanism. 2,089,534 ; Aug. 10. 

Carlson, Adolph G., Chicago, 111. Expansion reamer. 
2,091,628 ; Aug. 31. 

Carlson, Arnold. (See Lindstrom, F. L., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Arthur W., et al. (See Preston, Ross J., as- 
signor. ) 

Carlson, Axel H., assignor to J. & L. Tool Company, 
Attleboro, Mass. Jewelry finding. 2,090,106 ; Aug. 
17. 

Carlson, Bert G. (See Bassett, P. R., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Bert G., Queens Village, assignor to Sporry Gyro- 
scope Company, Inc., Brooklyn. N. Y. Safety device for 
airplane automatic pilots. 2,069.214; Feb. 2. 

Carlson, Bert G., Queens Village, assignor to Sperry Gyro- 
scope Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Liquid level 
horizon. 2,075,502 ; Mar. 30. 

Carlson, Bert G., Queens Village, assignor to Sperry 
Gyroscope Clompany, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Distributing 
valve. 2,084,477 ; June 22. 

Carlson, Bert G., Bellerose, assignor to Sperry Gyroscope 
Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Level flight control 
for airplanes. 2,074,828 : Mar. 23. 

Carlson, Bert G., Freeport, assignor to Sperry Gyroscope 
Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Level flight control 
for automatic pilots. 2,091,306 ; Aug. 31. 

Carlson, Bert G., Freeport, assignor to Sperry Gyroscope 
Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Attitude compass. 
2,091,963: Sept. 7. 

Carlson, Bert G., Queens Village, N. Y., and L. F. Carter. 
Leonia, N. J., assignors to Sperry Gyroscope Company, 
Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Artificial horizon. 2,078,500 ; 
Apr. 27. 

Carlson, Carl E., assignor to S. F. Bowser & Company, 
Inc., Fort Wayne, Ind. Hose pull. 2,087,837 ; July 
20. 

Carlson, Charles O., Staten Island, N. Y. Oil burner 
mounting for marine use. 2.099,838 ; Nov. 23. 

Carlson, Clarence G., assignor to Chicago Curtain 
Stretcher Company, Chicago, 111. Curtain stretcher. 
2.092.953 : Sept. 14. 

Carlson, Clarence O. (See Bletso, B. N., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Clarence O., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor 
to The American Steel and Wire Company of New 
Jersey. Tool. 2,099,259 ; Nov. 16. 

Carlson, Clarence W., Los Angeles, Calif. Sprinkler head. 
2.090,284: Aug. 17. 

Carlson, Edwin O., assignor to Copy Papers, Inc., Chicago, 
111. Shipping carrier for rolls. 2,069,300 : Feb. 2. 

Carlson, E.inar W. (See Zimmer, J. C, and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Elof L., assignor to The E. Ingraham Company, 
Bristol. Conn. Timepiece. 2,066,518 ; Jan. 5. 

Carlson, Elof L., assignor to The E. Ingraham Company, 
Bristol. Conn. Display holder for timepieces. 
2,076,292 ; Apr. 6. 

Carlson, Eric, Chicago, 111. Joist support. 2,098,485 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Carl-son. Frank E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Propeller. 2,079,486 ; 
May 4. 

Carlson, Frank P., New York, N. Y. Coating. 
2,095..348 ; Sept. 28. 

Carlson, Frank P., New York, N. Y. Coating and feed- 
ing device. 2,094,349 ; Sept. 28. 

Carlson, Frank P., New York, N. Y. Coating and strip- 
ping device. 2,102,679 ; Dec. 21. 

Carlson, I"'red C, Lakewood, Ohio, assignor to E. I. du 
Pont do Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Inhibi- 
tor. 2,097,512 ; Nov. 2. 

Carlson, Frederick O., assignor to Master Rule Manufac- 
turing Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Rule. 
2,070,255 : Feb. 9. 

Carlson, Frederick O., assignor to Master Rule IManufac- 
turing Company, Inc., New Y'ork, N. Y'. Steel rule. 
2,076,704 ; Apr. 13. 

Carlson. George, Richmond, Calif. Mileage indicator for 
vehicles. 2,081,321 ; May 25. 



Carlson, George R., Newark, and R. J. Stoetzel, Union, 
N. J., assignors to Western Electric Company, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Sealing compound. 
2,075,885 ; Apr. 6. 

Carlson, George W., Monson, assignor to C. F. Church Mfg. 
Co., Willimansett, Mass. Toilet seat. 2,069,301 : 
Feb. 2. 

Carlson, Oustav A. (See Hedblom, Lars O., assignor.) 

Carlson, Gustav A., Chicago, HI., assignor to The Boye 
Needle Company. Design forming device. 2,093,828 ; 
Sept. 21. 

Carlson, Gustave A., Detroit. Mich. Finishing machine. 
2,095,595 ; Oct. 12. 

Carlson, (iustav W., Cleveland Heights, assignor to Eaton 
Manufacturing Companv, Cleveland, Ohio. Sealing de- 
vice and assembly. 2,098,084 ; Nov. 2. 

Carlson, Pljalmar E., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Interna- 
tional Cigar Blachinery Company. Bunch rolling table 
suction control. 2,081,983 ; June 1. 

Carlson, Johan A., assignor to L. T. Pratt, Ashland, 
Mass. Printing machine. 2,076,064 ; Apr. 6. 

Carlson, John E., Forestville, Conn., assignor to The Trum- 
bull Manufacturing Company, Plainville, Conn. Ther- 
mostatic switch. 2,068,374 ; Jan. 19. 

Carlson. John E.. Forestville, assignor to The Trumbill 
Electric Manufacturing Company, Plainville. Conn. 
Snap action tliermostatic switch. 2.081,269 ; May 25. 

Carlson, John E., Forestville, assignor to The Trumbull 
Electric Manufacturing Company, Plainville, Conn. 
Brooder control. 2,088,160; July 27. 

Carlson, Nelson A., assignor to Erie Meter Systems, Inc., 
Erie, Pa. Dispensing stand. 2,089,681 : Aug. 10. 

Carlson, Die E.. San Francisco, Calif. Building structure. 
2,085,146 ; June 29. 

Carlson. Oscar, assignor of one-half to Robert E. Morris- 
sey, Minneapolis, Minn. Child's vehicle. 2,088,259 ; 
July 27. 

Carlson, Oscar F., Company. (See Carlson, Oscar F., 
assignor.) 

Carlson, Oscar F., Company, et al. (See Carlson, Oscar 
F., assignor.) 

Carlson. Oscar F., assignor of one-half to Oscar F. Carl- 
son Companv, and one-half to E. N. McDonnell, Clhi- 
cago. 111. Control switch. 2,076,546 ; Apr. 13. 

Carlson. Oscar F., assignor of one-half to Oscar F. Carl- 
son Company and one-half to E. N. JIcDonnell, Chicago, 
111. Low water and pressure cut-off switch. 2,076,547 ; 
Apr. 13. 

Carlson, Oscar F., assignor to Oscar F. Carlson Company, 
Chicago, 111. Limit switch. 2.078,441 ; Apr. 27. 

Carlson, Ralph G., assignor to Crane Co., Chicago, HI. 
Cable operated valve. 2,069,995 ; Feb. 9. 

Carlson. Raymond A.. Rockford, 111. Machine tool spindle 
construction. 2,089,930 ; Aug. 10. 

Carlson, Raymond A., Rockford, assignor, b.v mesne as- 
signments, to Bor.g-Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. 
Two-feed control mechanism for hvdraulicallv operated 
machine tools. 2.094,526 ; Sept. 28. 

Carlson, Wendell L. (See Chittick, Kenneth A., as- 
signor.) 

Carlson, Wendell L. (See Chittick, K. A., and Carlson.) 

Carlson, Wendell L., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio receiving system. 
2,075,501 ; Mar. 30. 

Carlson, Wendell L., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Heterodyne beat signal 
liniiter system. 2,085,791 ; July 6. 

Carlson, Wendell L., Haddonfield^ and L. R. Kirkwood, 
Alerchantville, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation 
of America. Automatic volume control wiUi noise 
suppressor. 2,078,055 ; Apr. 20. 

Carlsson. Carl E., Stockholm, Sweden. Belt fastener for 
round belts. 2.077,309 ; Apr. 13. 

Carlsson, Fredrik, assignor to Aktiebolaget Industri- 
metoder, Stockholm, Sweden. Producing sponge iron. 
2,089,782 ; Aug. 10. 

Carlsson, Johannes. (See Jacobsen, E., and Carlsson.) 

Carlstrom, Bengt. (See Anneren, R. E., and CarlstrSm.) 

Carlton Lamp Corporation. (See Vosburgh, Frank A., Jr., 
assignor.) 

Carlton, Paul C, Baldwin, Md. Magnifying glass. 
2.100,239 ; Nov. 23. 

("armicbaol. William A., and F. H. Hart, assicnors to 
O. Cowlcs and Company, New Haven, Conn. Mounting 
for door handles. 2.081,447 : May 25. 

Carniody, Stephen J.. Bellingham, Wash. Cooperative bib- 
cock. 2.096.370 : Oct. 19. 

Carmody, William H. (See Thomas, C. A., and Carmody.) 

Carmody, William H., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to The 
Neville Company. Heat polymerization. 2,067,073 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Carmody, William H.. Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to The 
Neville Company. Heavy oil. 2.081.448 ; May 25. 

Carmody, William H., assignor to The Neville Companv, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Chewing gum base. 2,087,900 ; Juiv 
27. 

Carnahan, Florence, et al. (See Carnahan. Ralph W., as- 
signor.) 

Carnahan, Glen C. (See Byers, J. A., and Carnahan.) 

Carnahan, Ralph W. (See Funkhouser, L. K., and 
Carnahan.) 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Cai-nahan, Ralph W., Shaker Heights, assignor of one- 
fourth to H. and S. Seegel, Cleveland, A. E. Emerman, 
executor of said R. W. Carnahan, deceased, assignor of 
three-fourths to F. Carnahan, Cleveland Heights, Ohio. 
Automatic telephone alarm. 2,098,133 ; Nov. 2. 

Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. (See Greulich, Gerald 
G., assignor.) 

Garner, John J., Cloudcroft, N. Mex. Combined plant 
setting and fertilizing implement. 2,103,710; Dec. 28. 

Carney, Bernard R. (See Belchetz, A., and Carney.) 

Carney, Charles F. (See Williams, H. W., Carney, and 
Jones.) 

Carney, Charles F., Chicago, 111., and E. M. Heiden, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., assignors to Westinghouse Elevator 
Company, Chicago, 111. Elevator system. 2,088,463 ; 
July 27. 

Carney, Daniel E., assignor of one-third to J. M. Magee, 
one-third to H. I. Neaman, and one-third to M. H. 
Carney, Pittsburgh, Pa. Refillable blade fuse. 
2,077,823 ; Apr. 20. 

Carney, Marion H., et al. (See Carney, Daniel E.) as- 
signor.) 

Carney, Samuel C, Berkeley, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Process and ap- 
paratus for conducting chemical reactions. 2,081,322 ; 
May 25. 

Carney, Thomas C. (See Peterson, John A., assignor.) 

Carolina Chemical Company. (See Daughety, Carl O., as- 
signor. ) 

Caronia, Frank J., New Hyde Park, N. Y. Roofing tool. 
2,081,735 ; May 25. 

Carothers, John N., Anniston, Ala., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Monsan Chemical Companv. St. Louis, JSIo. 
Producing diphenyl. Re. 20,367 ; May 18. 

Carothers, John N.*, Anniston. Ala., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Monsanto Chemical Comoanv. St. Loui?, 
Mo. Producing diaryl hydrocarbons. Re. 20,368 ; May 
18. 

Carothers, Thomas A., assignor to The National Marking 
Machine Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Laundry mark- 
ing. 2,097,017 ; Oct. 26. 

Carothers, Wallace H. (See Carpenter, G. B., and 
Carothers.) 

Carothers, Wallace H., Fairville, Pa., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington. Del. Chem- 
ical compounds and preparing same. 2.067,172 ; Jan. 12. 

Carothers, Wallace H., Fairville, Pa., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Chemical processes and new products produced thereby. 
2,072,867 ; Mar. 9. 

Carothers, Wallace H., Pennsbury Township, Chester 
County, Pa., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Linear condensation 
polymers. 2,071,250 ; Feb. 16. 

Carothers, Wallace H., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Fiber and producing it. 2,071,251 ; Feb. 16. 

Carothers, Wallace H., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Linear polyace- 
tal and producing the same. 2,071,252 ; Feb. 16. 

Carothers, Wallace H., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Linear con- 
densation polymers. 2,071,253 ; Feb. 16. 

Carothers, Wallace H., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Dispersions 
of haIogen-2-butadiene 1,3 and making same. 2,080,558 ; 
May 18. 

Carothers, Wallace H., A. M. Collins, and J. E. Kirby, as- 
signors to B. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wil- 
mington. Del. Chemical products and producing same. 
2,060,329': Jan. 5. 

Carothers. Wallace 11., and A. M. Collins, Wilmington, and 
.T. R, Kirby. Arden, assignors to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company. Wilmington. Del. Chemical prod- 
ucts and producing same. 2.060.3.^0 ; Jan. 5. 

Carothers. Wallace 11.. and A. M. Collins, Wilmington, and 
J. E. Kirby. Arden, assignors to E. I. du Pont do 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Chemical prod- 
ucts and producing same. 2.060.381 ; Jan. 5. 

CarothtMS. Wallace II.. Fairville, Pa., and G. J. Berchet, 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company 
Wilmington, Del. Tiutadienyl compounds and proi)aring 
the same. 2,073,363 ; Mar. 9. 

Carothers, WallMoe H., Arden, and G. J. Bercht, assignors 
to E. I. du I'ont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del., Vinylotlilnyl derivatives and producing same. 
2,082,568: June 1. 

Carothers, Wallace IT., and R. A. Jacobson, Arden, as- 
sign<MM lo E. I. dn Pont do Nemour.s & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Vinvlelliinyl derivatives and prepar- 
ing same. 2,082,569; June 1. 

Cnrotliers, Wallace 11., Ar(l(>n, and A. M. Collins, as 
slgnors to E. I. du I'onI de Nemours iV, Company, 
Wilmlnglon, Del. Dllialogen butenes and their prei)a- 
ration. 2.102.61 I ; Dec. 21. 

CarpcndiT. William, New Brunswick, assignor, by mesne 
as.signments. to (\Trrier ('orporation, Newark. N. J. 
Fan (■(■onomiz(>r. 2.101.983; Dec. 14. 

Carpenter, Allan O., Corning, N. V., nssignor to IngersoU- 
Itand CompMiiy, Jeisev CKy, N. J. Safety device for 
engines. 2,099,556; Nov. 10. 

Carpenter, ChiirleH K., Chicago, III. Doughnut machine. 
2,083,829 ; June 15. 

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Carpenter, Charles E., Chicago, 111. Doughnut cooking 
device. 2,088,946 ; Aug. 3. 

Carpenter, Charles E., Chicago, 111., assignor to Givau- 
dan-Delawanna, Inc., New York, N. Y. Doughnut ma- 
chine. 2,092,499 ; Sept. 7. 

Carpenter, Charles E., Crystal Lake. 111. Doughnut ma- 
chine and the like. 2,092,302 ; Sept. 7. 

Carpenter, Charles E., Chicago, 111., assignor to A. S. T. 
Lagaard, Minneapolis, Minn. Doughnut machine and 
the like. 2,095,731 ; Oct. 12. 

Carpenter, Charles R., Robbinsdale, Minn. Fish stringer. 
2,092,638 ; Sept. 7. 

Carpenter, E. W., Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Carpenter, Edward W., assignor.) 

Carpenter, E. W., Manufacturing Company, The. (See 
Carpenter, E. W., and Fry, assignors.) 

Carpenter, Edward W., Fairfield, assignor to The E. W. 
Carpenter Manufacturing Company, Bridgeport, Conn. 
Swivel harp fixture. 2,099,000 ; Nov. 16. 

Carpenter, Edward W., Fairfield, and W. H. Fry, Bridge- 
port, assignors to The E. W. Carpenter Manufacturing 
Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Holder for paper towels 
in roll form. 2,072,519 ; Mar. 2. 

Carpenter, Floyd M., Dayton, Ohio. Auxiliary seat. 
2,072,513 ; Mar. 2. 

Carpenter, Gilbert B., Framingham, Mass.. and W. H. 
Carothers, Fairville, Pa,, assignors to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparation of 
carboxylic acids. 2.068,265 ; Jan. 19. 

Carpenter, Glenn W., Haddonfield, and W. D. La Rue, 
Merchantville, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of 
America. Wiring s.vstem for electrical apparatus. 
2,066.876 ; Jan. 5." 

Carpenter-Hiatt Sales Company. (See Graham, George 
H., assignor.) 

Carpenter, Ivan S. (See Pearson, G. C, and Carpenter.) 

Carpenter, John B., Jr., West Roxhury, and E. X'. Steven- 
son, Newton, assignors to A. D. Little, Incorporated, 
Cambridge, Mass. Manufacture of chromates. 
2,077,096 ; Apr. 13. 

Carpenter, Marion S., Nutley, N. J., assignor to Givaudan- 
Delawanna, Inc., New York, N. Y. Nitre derivative of 
tertiary butyl pseudocumene and preparing same. 
2,072,293 ; Mar. 2. 

Carpenter, Morris T. (See Roberts, J. K., and Carpenter.) 

Carpenter, Ose F., Brightwood, Va. Gang-boring machine. 
2,070,466 ; Feb. 9. 

Carpenter, Ralph. (See Bartlett, W.. and Carpenter.) 

Carpenter, Russell, Wayagamack Island, Three Rivers, 
Quebec, Canada. Rope guard for paper making ma- 
chines. 2,074,045 ; Mar. 16. 

Carpenter, Warren W.. Garden City, assignor to Bell Tel- 
ephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
TelPDhone system. 2.067.51S : Jan. 12. 

Carpenter, Warren W., Garden City, assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Dial telephone system. 2.089.921 ; Aug. 10. 

Carpenter, Warren W., Garden City, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone system. 2.093.117 : Sept. 14. 

Carpenter, Warren W., Garden City, N. Y.. and A. E. 
Hague, West Orange, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone 
system. 2,089,338 ; Aug. 10. 

Carpenter, Warren W., Garden City, and O. Myers, Brook- 
lyn, assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Telephone system. 2,098,274 ; 
Nov. 9. 

Carpenter, Webster I., Norfolk, Va. Dial structure. 
2,084,942 ; June 22. 

Carpenter, William W. S., Oak Park, assignor to Sanford 
Manufacturing Co., Chicago, 111. Brush and making 
same. 2,075,570 ; Mar. 30. 

Carpentier, Paul, Sohne Bucherfabrik Aktiengesellschaft. 
(See Fahrnblihl, Jean, assignor.) 

Carpentieri, Louis, assignor of fifty per cent to L. Petro- 
sino. New York, N. Y. Clothes pounder. 2,073,681 ; 
Mar. 10. 

Cnrpineti, Arnaldo, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Maize har- 
vesting machine. 2,079,201 ; May 4. 

(;!nrp's, J. A., Garonfabrieken N. V. (See Nunnilchovcn, 
Johannes, assignor.) 

Carpzow, Johannes B., Bornsen, near Hamburg, (Jermany. 
I'reitnring chemically active artificial asphalts. 
2.0S6.004 ; July 6. 

Cavi)/,ow. Johannes I!., Bornsen, near Hamburg, Germany. 
Refining of mineral, vegetable, or animal oils, parnlHna, 
waxes, resins, and the like. 2,093.348 ; Sept. 14. 

Carr, Charles U., assignor to The Murray Company, Dallas, 
Tex. S(>e(l pan for cotton linters. 2.081.91)2; June 1. 

('arr, Charles II., assignor to The Murray Company, Dallas, 
Tex. Itemovable brush cover for cotton linters. 
2,081.90;i ; June 1. 

Carr, Charles U., assignor to The Murray Company, 
Dalhis, Tex. Rll) mounting for cotton nuichlnory. 
2.(195,231 ; Oct. 12. 

('.■HI-, ('(iminodore. (.Si'c Tn-esh, Morrison C, assignor.) 

Carr, l'''rank L., Jr., Maplewood. Pa. Weather strip for 
metal shhIi wlndow.i. 2.090.507; Nov. 16. 

Carr. noii.ild lO. (.See Bray. l'. It., and «''arr.) 

Carr, Donald E., Naples, assignor to I'nion Oil Company 
of Callfornjn, Los Angi-le.s, t^allf. Producing petroleum 
plastics. 2,080,696; May 18. 



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Carr, Donald E., Naples, assignor to Union Oil Company 
of California, Los Angeles. Calif. Purifying naphthenic 
acids. 2.081,475 : May 25. 

Carr, Edward J., Scarsdale, X. Y. Carton. 2,069.997 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Carr, James I., assignor to E, I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Purification of organic 
compounds. 2.092.797 ; Sept, 14, 

Carr, James I., and C. K. Black, assignors to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington. Del. Azo 
dyes. 2,100.378 : Nov. 30. 

Carr. John, Seekonk, Mass. Bag frame. 2,087,615 ; 
July 20. 

Carr. Joseph J., Miners Mills, Pa. Mining machine pick 
sharpening die. 2,094,291 ; Sept. 28. 

Carr-Lowrey Glass Co. (See Garwood, Charles B., as- 
signor.) 

Carr, Mark W.. Keighley, England. Heald of looms for 
weaving. 2,082.480 ; June 1. 

Carr, Raymond L., Boston, Mass, Vehicle body. Re. 
20,237 ;" Jan. 12. 

Carr, Raymond L., Boston, Mass,, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Engineering and Research Cor- 
poration, New Haven, Conn, Signal device. 2,073,364 ; 
Mar, 9. 

Carr, Richard H., assignor to The Pure Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Motor apparatus for pumping and other 
purposes. 2,103,742 : Dec, 28. 

Carr. Richard H., and K. A. Covell. assignors to The Pure 
Oil Company. Chicago, 111. Apparatus for operating 
wells. 2.096,843 ; Oct. 26. 

Carr, William C, Richmond, Va. Air conditioning ap- 
paratus. 2.076,192 ; Apr, 6. 

Carraway Engineering Company. (See Carraway, 
Thomas W., assignor.) 

Carraway, Thojnas W., assignor to Carraway Engineer- 
ing Company, Inc., Dallas, Tex. Cooling unit. 
2,076,119 ; Apr. 6. 

Carraway, Thomas W., assignor to Carraway Engineering 
Company, Inc., Dallas, Tex. Air conditioning system. 
2,090,782 : Aug. 24. 

Carraway, Thomas W., assignor to Carraway Engineering 
Compa"nv, Inc., Dallas, Tex. Air conditioning unit. 
2,101,467 ; Dec. 7. 

Carre, Jean, Leers, France. Apparatus for giving anes- 
thetics. 2,103,144 : Dec. 21. 

Carrick Engineering Company. (See Pugsley, William H., 
assignor.) 

Carrie. George M., Montreal, J. W. Craig, F, E, Lathe, and 
A. C. Halferdahl, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Spalling 
resistant refractory brick, 2,068,641 ; Jan. 26. 

Carrier Corporation. (See Arf, Herman R., assignor.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Ashley, Carlyle M., assignor.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Carpender, William, assignor.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Carrier, Willis H., assignor,) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Jones. Walter, assignor,) 

Carrier Corporation, (See Lewis. Leo L., assignor.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Marshall, Henry H., assignor.) 

Carrier Corporation, (See Polderman, Lambert H., as- 
signor.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Shawhan. S. F., and Ashley, 
assignors.) 

Carrier Corporation. (See Young, Henry S., Jr., as- 
signor,) 

Carrier, Willis H., Elizabeth, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Carrier Corporation, Newark, N. J. Sealing 
and thrust balancing device. 2,077,038: Apr. 13. 

Carrier, Worthy W.. and E. C. Leonard, assignors to 
Marvel Seeder Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Combina- 
tion seeder and fertilizer. 2,09(),525 : Aug. 17. 

Carroll, A. R., et al. (See Carroll, 0, F., and WlUey, as- 
signors.) 

Carroll, Charles F., and A. O. Willey, assignors to A, R. 
Carroll and J, L. Frantz, Cleveland, Ohio, Gas burn- 
ing apparatus, 2,070,969 ; Feb, 16. 

Carroll. Edward R., Brooklyn, assignor of one-third to 
the firm of Townsond & Decker, New York, N, Y„ and 
one-tliird to B. J. Curtis, and P. J. Quinn. trading as 
Blinker Fuel Company. Stabilizing ships with fuel oil. 
2.077.143 : .Apr. 13. 

Carroll, Elbert H, (See DXierienga, Frank, assignor,) 

Carroll, Ellsworth W. (See Connor, H, M.. and Carroll.) 

(Carroll, Eugene G. (See Sanford. R. S., and Carroll.) 

Carroll, Eugene G., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Ben- 
dix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 
2,074,719 : Mar. 23. 

Carroll. Eugene G., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Bendix 
Brake Company, South Bend, Ind, Fluid brake. 
2.081,575: May 2.5. 

Carroll, Eugene G., Los Angeles. Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Bendix Brake Company. South Bend, 
Ind. Hydraulic brake apparatus. 2,098.653 : Nov. 9. 

Carroll. Eugene G.. assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion. South Bend, Ind, Brake. 2,102,833 : Dec. 21. 

Carroll, Eugene G., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Bendix 
Brake Company, South Bend, Ind, Brake, 2,102,834 ; 
Dec. 21. 

Carroll. Fred yi.. Binghamton. assignor to International 
Business Machines Corporation. New York. N. Y. As- 
sorting machine. 2.076.705: Apr. 13. 

Carroll. Hezeklah W.. Jr., assignor to Autographic Register 
Company. Hoboken, N, J. Manifolding. 2.087,850 ; 
July 20. 



Carroll, James J.. Detroit. Mich. Metal expanding ma- 
chine. 2,083,775 ; June 15. 

Carroll, James M., assignor to Monarch Manufacturing 
Works, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa, Device for venting oil 
burner installations. 2,086.698 ; July 13. 

Carroll, John u., Des ;MoinHS. Iowa. Individual cosmetic 
container structure. 2,102,885 ; Dec. 21. 

Carroll, John W., Detroit, Mich. Hydraulic brake sys- 
tem coupler. 2,084,191 ; June 15. 

Carroll. Joseph H, (See Ma lone, J. Y., Carroll, and 
McKee. ) 

Carroll, Manly E., assignor to The Universal Generators 
Corporation, Inc., Miami, Fla. Generating gaseous fuel 
admixtures. 2,073,607 ; Mar. 16. 

Carroll, Manly E., Miami, Fla,, assignor to Universal 
Generators Corporation, Inc. Manifold for internal 
comt)UStion engines. 2,073,608 ; Mar. 16. 

Carroll. Monroe W., Beaumont, Tex, Well bridging, ce- 
menting, whipstock, and milling apparatus, 2,100,684 : 
Nov. 30. 

Carroll, William M.. assignor to S. F. Bowser & Com- 
pany, Inc., Fort Wayne, Ind. Liquid dispensing ap- 
paratus. 2,101.806 ; Dec. 7. 

Carrollton Metal Products Company, The. (See Pfeffer- 
korn, F. F., and Stevens, assignors.) 

Carrom Company, The. (See'Stearns, Freeman R., as- 
signor.) 

Carrouee, Ren^. (See B^chereau, L., and Carrou^e.) 

Carruthers. Francis W.. Little Rock, Ark., assignor to 
Davis & Geek. Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y, Surgical suture or 
ligature. 2.093,145 ; Sept. 14. 

Carrutliers, James R. (See Hooker, F, J., and (Car- 
ruthers,) 

Carson, Amon H., R. O. Anderson, and C. D. Davenport, 
Oklahoma City, Okla. Rotary rig drilling control. 
2.079,841 : May 11. 

Carson, Andy, Tampa, Fla. Carburetor. 2,083,428; 
June 8. 

Carson, August J., Oakland, Calif. Accounting appa- 
ratus. 2,095,562 ; Oct. 12. 

Carson, Benjamin R,, Collingswood, N, J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Automatic stopping 
device. 2,083,314 ; June 8, 

Carson, Benjamin R,, Camden, N, J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America, New York, N. Y. Automatic 
Phonograph. 2.094,255 : Sept. 28, 

Carson, Clifford C. Cleveland, Ohio. Heating and ven- 
tilating. 2,076.399 : Apr. 6. 

Carson, Clifford C Chicago, 111. Heater. 2,093,306; 
Sept. 14. 

Carson, Clifford C, Cleveland, Ohio. Heating apparatus. 
2.093,349 : Sept. 14. 

Carson. Harry Y., Birmingham. Ala., and R. J. Teetor, 
Cadillac. Mich. Bell and spigot pipe joint. 2,087,752 ; 
Jully 20. 

Carson, Henry A., Burbank, Calif. Cylinder oiler for 
internal combustion engines. 2,079,676 : May 11. 

Carson, Hiram J.. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Manufacturing 
gases. 2.066.670 ; Jan. 5. 

Carson, Hiram J., Omaha, Nebr. Apparatus for produc- 
ing water gas, 2,072,357 ; Mar. 2. 

Carson, Hiram J., Omaha, Nebr. Producing gas. 
2,093,005 : Sept, 14. 

Carson, Jesse F,, assignor to Electric Vacuum Cleaner 
Co., Inc, Cleveland, Ohio, Vacuum cleaner. 2.091,107 : 
Aug. 24. 

Carson, Oswald B., Scarsdale, N. Y. Goggles, spectacles, 
or the like. 2,075,020 ; Mar. 30. 

Carson, Robert H.. assignor to Burpee Can Sealer Com- 
pany. Chir.'igo. 111. Valve for jjressure cookers, steriliz- 
ers and the like. 2,097,585 ; Nov. 2. 

Carstarphen, Fred C, Denver, Colo,, assignor to The 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, 
Wire rope, 2,074,956 ; Mar. 23. 

Carswell, J. M. (See Puckett, Willard M., assignor.) 

Carswell, Thomas S.. Kirkwood. Mo., assignor to Jlon- 
santo Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Separation of 
chloranisidine isomers. 2.069.546 : Feb. 2. 

Carswell, Thomas S., Kirkwood, assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St, Louis, Mo. Esters of di- 
carboxylic acids and substituted phenols, 2,079,487 : 
May 4, 

Cart, Theodore S., Princeton, assignor to Atlantic Prod- 
ucts Corporation, Trenton, N. J. Luggage bag 
2,086,895: July 13. 

Carta, Anthony. (See Barycz, Frank V., assignor,) 

Carter, .\inslie T.. P.arcelona. Spain, assignor to General 
Railway Signal Company. Rochester. N. Y. Highway 
Crossinc sisnal system. 2.088.837: Aug. 3. 

Carter, Albert, Cleveland Heights, assignor to Carter 
Pneumatic Tool Company. Cleveland, Ohio, Tube 
cleaning machine. 2.089.597 ; Aug. 10. 

Carter, Albert L.. and E. K. Miller, assignors to Carter 
Miller Mill Furnishing Company. Spokane, Wash. Pea 
separating apparatus. 2.073.095 : Mar. 9. 

Carter. Barnard M.. Montclair. N. J.. T. V. Fowler, 
l*elham. N. Y.. and H. F. Merriam. West Orange, N. J., 
assisnors to General Chemical Company. New York, 
N. Y. Making a sulphur bearing oil. 2.070,256 ; Feb. 9. 

Carter. Benjamin C. (See Knowles, J. R., and Carter.) 

Carter. Bern.nrd M., Montclair. N. J., assignor to General 
Chemical Company, Now York, N, Y, Production of 
sulphur, 2,080,384; May 11, 



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Carter, Bernard M., Montclair, N. J., assignor to General 
Chemical Company, New York, N. Y. Production of 
carbon bisulphide. 2,081,576 : May 25. 

Carter, Bernard M., Montclair, N. J., assignor to General 
Chemical Company, New York, N. Y. Treating mate- 
rial. 2,095,232 ; Oct. 12. 

Carter, Bernard M., Montclair, N. J., .Tssignor to General 
Chemical Company, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of 
sulphuric acid. 2,095,628 ; Oct. 12. 

Carter Cai'buretor Corporation. (See Berry, Russell G., 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Bicknell, George M., 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Blattner, August H., 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Coffey, Irven E., as- 
signor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Ericson, George E., 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Ewart, William M., 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Kommer, Fred A., 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Mollberg, Byron, 
assignor.) 

Carter Carburetor Corporation. (See Whisler, Riilph II., 
assignor.) 

Carter, Chas., et al. (See Ivurt/-, Cyrus B., assignor.) 

Carter, Clare A. (See Wickert, J. N., and Carter.) 

Carter, Clarence L., Pittsburgh, Pa. Smoking pipe. 
2,074,457 ; Mar. 23. 

Carter, Earl H., Longview, Tex. Pumping means for oil 
wells. 2,088,892 ; Aug. 3. 

Carter, Edward H., and L. J. Figg, Jr., Kingsport, Tenn., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Eastman Kodak 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Purification of products 
of the destructive distillation of wood. 2,095,857 ; 
Oct. 12. 

Carter, Emmett F., Emporium, Pa., assignor to Hygrade 
Sylvania Corporation, Salem, Mass. Space discharge 
tube. 2,081,125 ; May 18. 

Carter, Plaskell C, assignor to Iron Fireman Manufacur- 
jng Company, Portland, Oreg. Ash collector for un- 
derfeed stokers. 2,094,093 ; Sept. 28. 

Carter, Haskell C, assignor to Iron Fireman Manufac- 
turing Company, Portland, Oreg. Coal worm drive. 
2,103,345; Dec. 21. 

Carter, Haskell C, and A. L. Wallace, assignors to Iron 
Fireman Manufacturing Company, Portland, Oreg. 
Method of and apparatus for manufacturing rolled steel 
worms. 2,094,204 ; Sept. 28. 

Carter, Henry C, Dearborn, Mich. Steel for musical in- 
struments. 2,082.683 ; June 1. 

Carter, Horace A., Richmond, Va. Dispensing apparatus 
and cabinet. 2,090,665 ; Aug. 24. 

Carter, ,Tohn D.. Lansdowne, assignor to Philadelphia 
Quartz Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Silicates of al- 
kali metals and producing them. 2,078,836 ; Apr. 27. 

Carter, John D., Lansdowne, assignor to Philadelphia 
Quartz Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Fiberboard. 
2,099,598; Nov. 16. 

Carter, John F. (See Ginter, C. W., and Carter.) 

Carter, John W., Wichita Falls, Tex. Clutch. 2,070,154; 
Feb. 9. 

Carter, Leonard F., Colorado Springs, Colo. Electric re- 
ciprocating hand tool. 2,087,018; July 13. 

Carter, Leonard F.. Colorado Springs, Colo. Automatic 
shut-off valve. 2,096,785 ; Oct. 26. 

Carter, Leslie F. (Hoe Carlson, P.. G., and Carter.) 

Carter, Leslie F., Leonia, N. J., assignor to Sperry Gyro- 
scope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Air supported 
gyroscope. 2,086,896 ; July 13. 

Carter, I/eslie F., Leonia, N. J., assignor to Sperry Gyro- 
rcope Comnnnv, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Air borne direc- 
lional gyroscope. 2,086,898; July 13. 

Carter, Leslie F., I-eonla. N. J., assignor to Sperry Gyro- 
scope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Air borne gyro- 
magnetic compass. 2,091,904; Sept. 7. 

Carter, Leslie P., Leonia, N. J., assignor to Sperry Gyro- 
scope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Directional gyro- 
scope for aircraft. 2,093,417; Sept. 21. 

Carter, Leslie 1''., Leonia, N. .1., and M. F. I?ates, assignors 
to Sperry Gyroscope Company, Inc., Bi'ooklyn, N. Y. 
Air borne artificial horizon. 2,086,897; July 13. 

Carter, Leslie F., Leonia, N. J., and W. Bolster, New 
York, assignors to Sperry Gyroscope Comi)any, Inc.. 
BrooMyn, N. Y. Air borne gyrocompass. 2,095,313; 
Oct. 12. 

Carter, Leslie F., and C. A. Frische, Leonia, N. J., as- 
signors lo Sperr,y Gyroscope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Magnetic directional gyroscope. 2,098,564; 
Nov. 9. 

Carter, IJonel A., Webster Groves, Mo. Hair and scalp 
treating .-ipparalus. 2,081,034; May 18. 

Carter Millr^r Mill li'iii'nishiiig Company. (See Carter, 
A. Jj., and IMIllcr, assignors.) 

Carter. I'crcv W. (Sec UleliMrds, IT. J., and ("arter.l 

Carter, I'cter G.. and H. II. Senni'tt. Itl.iclilcy, Ma nclirsi.r, 
England, and ('. Sliaw, (Jraiigciiioulli. Scot land, as 
slgnors (o Iniperlaj Clii'inlcal Indnslrles Lliiilti'il. .\<-r 
tatc ai-lifii-i.'il sill; dvcsl mI'I'h, L'.O!)", I.'ll.' ; Nov, '_'. 

Carter. I'lillii) M., Detroit, Mich. Freewlii'cl control. 
2.091,468 ; Aug. 31. 



Carter, Philip S., Rocky Point, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Aperiodic antenna. 2,099,296 ; 
Nov. 16. 

Carter Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Carter, Albert, 
assignor.) 

Carter, Ralph H. (See Elssner, R., and Carter.) 

Carter, Russell W., Albia, Iowa. Washing machine agita- 
tor. 2,092,954 ; Sept. 14. 

Carter, Samuel C. (See Campbell, J. A., and Carter.) 

Carter, Wilber A., Detroit, Mich. Mechnnisni for utilizing 
the enei'sjy of a current of fluid. 2.078.837 : .-Vpr. 27. 

Carter, Wilbur A., Detroit, Mich. Load allocating device. 
2,098,654; Nov. 9. 

Cni-rcr. Wiliard K. (See McKinley, J. M.. and Carter.) 

Carter, William, Lawrence, Kans. Mechanical toy. 
2,083,218 ; June 8. 

Carter, William A., Romford, assignor of three-tenths to 
D. I. M. Kennard and three-tenths to J. R. Alexander, 
London, England. Hydraulic absorber. 2,070,709 ; 
Feb. 16. 

Carter, William, Company, The. (See Drumheller, Charles 
E., assignor.) 

Carter, William, Company, The. (See Vincent, William 
J., assignor.) 

Carter, William H., and J. R. Rudderforth, Washington, 
D. C. Dish. 2,085,951 ; July 6. 

Cartier, Societe Anonyme. (See Lenfant, Louis, assignor.) 

Cartigny, Georges L. D., Rieme-Gent, Belgium, assignor to 
Aktiebolaget Kemiska Patenter, Landskrona, Sweden. 
Filtering apparatus. 2,095.350 ; Sept. 28. 

Cartlidge, Franlc. (See Crawford, L. F., and Cartlidge. ) 

Cartlidge, Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Loading machine. 2,073,142 ; 
Jlar. 9. 

Cartlidge, Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Loading machine. 2,077,876 ; 
Apr. 20. 

Cartlidge, Prank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Loading machine gathering 
chain. 2.090,395 ; Aug. 17. 

Cartlidge, Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Conveyer. 2,099,512 ; Nov. 16. 

Cartlidge, Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Gathering or pick-up conveyer. 
2,101,238; Dec. 7. 

Carton Container Company. (See Ringler, William A., 
assignor.) 

Carton, Jean, Blonts, France. Radial field relay. 
2,076,879 ; Apr. 13. 

Carton & Specialties, Inc. (See Bueschel, Andrew E., 
assignor.) 

Cartoning Machinery Corporation. (See Evans, Harry L., 
assignor.) 

Cartoning Jlachinery Corporation. (See Hohl, G. I., and 
Evans, assignors.) 

Cartter, W. G., et al. (See Brandenburg, Harry J., as- 
signor.) 

Cartun, Paul O., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Tubular electric incandes- 
cent lamp. 2.082.616 ; June 1. 

Cartun, Paul O., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Incandescent lamp and 
similar device. 2,084,192 ; June 15. 

Cartwright, William D., Indianapolis, Ind. Accelerator 
brake control. 2,072,666 ; Mar. 2. 

Cartv. Alton B., Washington, D. C. Printing furniture. 
2,095,354; Oct. 12. 

Cartzdafner, Roy E., deceased, Passaic National Bank and 
Trust Company, executor, Passaic, N. J., assignor to 
Magor Car Corporation, New I'ork, N. Y. Dump car. 
2,077,354; Apr. 13. 

Carus Cliemical Company. (See Schumacher, Joseph, as- 
signor.) 

Ca'-iithers, Robert S.. Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Carrier wave transmission system. 2,006.332 ; 
Jan. 5. 

Caruthers. Robert S.. Mountain Lakes, N. J., assignor to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. New York, 
N. Y. Wave amplification and generation. 2,060,333; 
Jan. 5. 

Caruthers, Robert S., Mountain liakes, N. J., assignor to 
Bell Telephone I>aboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Modulating system. 2,086,601 ; July 13. 

Caruthers, Robert S., Towaco, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New Y'ork, N. Y. 
Modulating system. 2,080,4.59 ; May 18. 

Caruthers, Robert S., Jackson Heights, assignor to Bell 
T(>leplione Laboratories, Incorporated, Now York, N. Y. 
Modulating system. 2,080.602 ; July 13. 

Carvalho. Leslie R. N., Toledo. Ohio, assignor to Owens- 
Illinois Glass Company. Closure. 2,082,617; June 1. 
"arver, Andrew J.. Walters, OUla. 90° bend, flexible pipe 

cleaning tool. 2.099.723 ; Nov. 23. 
'arver Cotton Gin Company. (See McIiOan, Robert W., 

assignor.) 
■.irver, Fred S., Short Hills, N. J. Press. 2,072.942; 

Mar. it. 
'arvin Itottlecap Corp. (See Penn, Isidore, assignor.) 
'.-irwardiiKS (ieorge, Bath, England. lOtjulpolslng mech- 
anism. 2,090.1.39; Aug. 17. 

C'arwin'<liiie, George, Bath, assignor of one half lo Her- 
bert Terry & Sons Limited. Ulddlteli. I':nKlan(I. Equi- 
poising incchnnlsm. 2.07l!,ll(l ; Apr. ll. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Cary, Beecher B., and C. Hollerith, assignors to Hayes 
Industries, Inc., Jackson, Mich. Mufller. 2,070,543; 
Feb. 9. 

Cary, Beecher B., assignor to Hayes Industries, Inc., 
Jackson, Mich. Fan construction. 2,098,640 ; Nov. 9. 

Cary, Beecher B., and C. Hollerith, assignors to ?Iayes 
Industries, Inc., Jackson, Mich. Multiblade fan con- 
struction. 2,097,205 ; Oct. 26. 

Cary, John E. and V., Opelousas, La. Plow. 2,085,633; 
June 29. 

Cary, Valerie. (See Cary, John E.. and V.) 

Casablancas, Fernando, Sabadell, Spain. Mechanism for 
drawing textile rovings. 2,075,571 ; Mar. 30. 

Casablancas, Fernando, Sabadell, Spain. Guiding frame 
of the belts for the high draft mechanisms. 2,094,229 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Casablancas, Fernando. Sabadell, Spain. Mechanism for 
suspending the bobbins of roving on the creels of 
spinning machines. 2,095,518 ; Oct. 12. 

Casablancas, Fernando, Lausanne, Switzerland. Guiding 
of belts in high-draft mechanisms. 2,099,970 ; Nov. 23. 

Casagrande, Leo, Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany. Hard- 
ening soil. 2,099,328 ; Nov. 16. 

Casajuana, Amado. (See Viscasilla.s, Jose, assignor.) 

Casanova. Camillo, Zurich. Switzerland. Flexible foot- 
wear. 2,067,845 ; .Tan. 12. 

Cascadden, Earle S., Lapel, Ind. Breaking plow. 
2,084,055 ; June 15. 

Casco Products Corporation. (See Bahr, Gustave F., as- 
signor.) 

Casco Products Corporation. (See Cohen, Joseph H., 
assignor.) 

Casco Products Corporation. (See Johnson, Arthur A., 
assignor.) 

Case, Arthur F., assignor to The Wellman Engineering 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Car dumper. 2,082,942 ; 
June 8. 

Case, Charles Z., London, England, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Eastman Kodak Company, Jersey City, 
N. J. Spool for winding film through cameras. 
2,080,072 ; May 11. 

Case. Harry B., assignor to The Luzerne Rubber Company, 
Trenton, N. J. Sliding door for display cases. 
2,067,118; Jan. 5. 

Case, J. I., Company. (See Davies, David P., assignor.) 

Case, J. I., Company. (See Heitshu, Daniel C, assignor.) 

Case, J. I., Company. (See Hendricks, S. B., and Markel, 
assignors.) 

Case, J. I., Company. (See MacGregor, Wallace F., as- 
signor.) 

Case, J. I., Company. (See Rutter, Alvah E., assignor.) 

Case, Jesse A., Brockton, Mass. Container. 2,()94,230 ; 
Sept. 28. 

Case, Lynn R. (Spp Scott. H. A., and Case.) 

Case, Lynn B., Highland Park, assignor to .John Waldron 
Corporation, New Brunswick, N. J. Coating casting 
machine. 2,086,117 ; July 6. 

Case, Nelson P., Bayside, N. Y., assignor to Hazeltine 
Corporation, Jersey City, N. J. Amplification control. 
2,072,708 ; Mar. 2. 

Case, Nelson P., Bayside, N. Y., assignor to Hazeltine 
Corporation. Coupling system. 2,080,560 ; May 18. 

Case, Nelson P., Great Neck. N. Y., assignor to Hazeltine 
Corporation. Feedback circuits. 2,093.416 ; Sept. 21. 

Case, Nelson P., Great Neck, N. Y., assignor to Hazel- 
tine Corporation. Automatic frequency control. 
2,100,733 ; Nov. 30. 

Casey, James F., Woodside and J. Kane, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone dialing device. 2,088,688 ; Aug. 3. 

Caspv. Irene M., Oakland, Calif. Decorative article. 
2,097,513 ; Nov. 2. 

Casey. Ledgoworth G.. assignor to The Cincinnati Elec- 
trical Tool Companv, Cincinnati, Ohio. Grinding ma- 
chine. 2,097,944 : Nov. 2. 

Casey, Vincent R., and G. A. Larsen, assignors to C & L 
Method (if l'"oot Correction, Portland, Oreg. Arch sup- 
porter. 2.0G7.475 : .Tan. 12. 

Casey, William, assignor to Canadian Locomotive Com- 
pan.v, Limited, Kingston. Ontario, Canada. Method of 
and apparatus for treating materials. 2,101,042 : 
Dec. 7. 

Cash, A. W., Company. (See Temple, Paul C, assignor.) 

Cash, A. W., Company. (See Terry, Charles M., assignor.) 

Cash, Claude C, assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, Now York, N. Y. Neutralizing system. 
2.086.603; July 13. 

Cash, Claude D., Chicago, 111. Fastener device for radi- 
ator covers and the like. 2,092,370 : Sept. 7. 

Cashier, Antonio and E., Syracuse, N. Y. Adjustable 
platform for vehicles. 2,086,255 ; July 6. 

Cashier, Emelio. (See Cashier, Antonio, and E.) 

easier, Herman, Canastota, N. Y. Photographic pack. 
2,074,890; Mar. 23. 

Caslor, Herman, Canastota, N. Y. Camera. 2,093,032 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Casner, Thaddous S., Plainfield, N. J. Motor for electric 
razors. 2,079,151 ; May 4. 

Caspar, Eduard, Zurich, Switzerland. Silencer for the 
exha\iat gases of internal combustion engines. 
2,103.810; Dec. 28. 

Casper, Louis, Brooklyn, N. Y. Message drop box and 
signaling system. 2,076,017; Apr. 6. 



Cass, Oliver W., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to E. I. du 
I'ont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington. Del. 
Chlorinating 1,1-dichlorpropene-l. 2,097,442 ; Nov. 2. 

Cassani, Francesco, Este, Italy. Swash plate device. 
2,077,986 ; Apr. 20. 

Cassanos, Demetrios H. (See Cassanos, Harilaos D. and 
D. H.) 

Cassanos, Harilaos D. and D. H.. Woburn, Mass. Pocket 
toothbrush. 2,081,792 : May 25. 

Cass6, Marcel, Essonnes, France. Fulling machine of the 
roller t.vpe. 2,093.709 ; Sept. 21. 

Cassell, Henry C, Blilwaukee, Wis. Phonetic alarm sys- 
tem. 2,084,242 ; June 15. 

Cassen, Benedict, Detroit, Mich., assignor to Westinghouse 
X-Ray Company Inc. X-ray measuring system. 
2,098,275 ; Nov. 9. 

Cassidy, Eugene H. (See Newton, Frank H., assignor.) 

Cassidy, Perry R. (See Bailey, E. G., Cassidy, and 
Hardgrove.) 

Cassidy, Perry R. (See Harter, I., and Cassidy.) 

Cassidy, Perry R., Short Hills, assignor to The Babcock 
& Wilcox Company, Newark, N. J. Pulverizer. 
2,083,941 ; June 15. 

Cassin, Anthony F. (See Adelsperger, H. E., and Cassin.) 

Casso, Fructuosa, San Antonio, Tex. Pattern drafting 
instrument. 2,083,315 ; June 8. 

Castellani, Jlatilde. (See Peters, William E., assignor.) 

Castings Patent Corporation. (See Hagemeyer, Henry F., 
assignor.) 

Castings Patent Corporation. (See Toman, Michael E., 
assignor.) 

Castlno, John B., River Forest, 111. Swinging wringer. 
2,077,673 ; Apr. 20. 

Castle, Chester W., Maplewood, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, New 
York, N. Y. Electrode for thermionic discharge devices. 
2,075,639 ; Mar. 30. 

Castledine, Charles O.. Windom. Minn. Gasoline tank for 
motor vehicles. 2,103,448; Dec. 28. 

Castleman, Samuel T., assignor to AU-Eleetric Cream 
Separator Company, Louisville, Ky. Electric cream 
separator. 2,079,396 ; May 4. 

Castner, William H., Spokane, Wash. Cooking grid. 
2,086,155 ; July 6. 

Casto, Lloyd V., Detroit, Mich. Decorating metallic sur- 
faces. 2,073,624 ; Mar. 16. 

Casto, Lloyd V., Detroit. Mich., G. von Webern, E. W. 
Hamant, and O. D. King, Dayton, Ohio; said von 
Webern, Hamant, and King, assignors to Oxford Var- 
nish Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Surface decorating 
method and machine. 2,096,730 ; Oct. 26. 

Casto, Lloyd V., Detroit, Mich., G. von Webern, O. D. 
King, and E. W. Hamant. Dayton, Ohio assignors to 
Oxford Varnish Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Apparatus 
for handling and decorating articles of manufacture. 
2,096.731 ; Oct. 26. 

Castongay, Joseph A. H.. Woonsocket, R. I. Construc- 
tion of an emergency tire chain. 2,087,100 ; July 13. 

Castonguay, Leger S., Cuyahoga l''alls, assignor lo The 
Patrol Valve Companv. Cleveland. Ohio. Pilot con- 
trolled cut-off valve. 2.07fi..i4S : Apr. 13. 

Castonova, Joseph. (See Brandel. Simon, assignor.) 

Castriana, Thomas A., Ossining, N. Y. Macaroni guitar. 
2,083,429 ; June 8. 

Castro, Lizandro F., Oakland, Calif. Air brake system. 
2,094.205 ; Sept. 28. 

Caswell, (ieorge F. C. (See Winby, L. P., and Caswell.) 

Caswell, Joseph, and K. Elchuk. Windsor, Ontario, Gran- 
ada. Style and cloth design illustrator . 2,076,426 ; 
Apr. 6. 

Catalina. James R., Kansas Citv, Mo. Auxiliary wheel. 
2,102,835 : Dec. 21. 

Cate, Malcolm S., assignor to Hood Rubber Company, Inc., 
Watertown, Mass. Shoe last. 2,083,146 : June 8. 

Cate, Paul E., assignor to The Fulton Sylphon CJorapany, 
Knoxville, Tenn. Stop mechanism for bellows de- 
vices. 2,072,617 ; Mar. 2. 

Cate. Paul E.. assignor to The Fulton Sylphon Company, 
Knoxville. Tenn. Apparatus for testing thermostatic 
devices. 2.095.355 ; Oct. 12. 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Best, Clarence L., as- 
signor.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Eberhard, Harmon S., as- 
signor.) 

CaterpiMar Tractor Co. (See Gustafson, Carl A., as- 
signor.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Lewis, George W., as- 
signor.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Radford, William H., as- 
signor.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See .Starr, Oscar L., assignor.) 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. (See Starr, O. L., and Eber- 
hard, assignors.) 

Catos. Julius. (See Ryde, J. W., and Gates.) 

(^atos, lyoroy C. Wostbrook, Maine, assignor to S. D. 
Warren Company, Boston, Mass. Paper. 2,088,893 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Cathoart. Harry G., Cleveland, Ohio. Toy cap gun. 
2,088.894 ; Aug. 3. 

Catherall, Alfred C., Rotlierham, England. Permanent 
magnet. 2.096,070 ; Oct. 19. 

Cathey, Cecil C, Albany, Oreg. Hanger for trousers. 
2,066,765 ; Jan. 5. 



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Catini, Vincenzo, New York, N. Y. Binding element for 
a stack of sheet material and forming the binding 
element. 2.089,018 ; Aug. 3. 
Catini. Vincenzo, New York, N. Y. Loose leaf binding. 

2,091,254; Aug. 31. 
Catland, Alfred C. (See Howard, J. H., and Catland.) 
Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Roller bit. 2,066,671 ; 
Jan. 5. „ , 

Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra. assisnor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Roller bit. 2,068,375 ; 
Jan. 19. 
Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Well reamer. 2,071,611 ; 
Feb. 23. 
Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Core pump. 2,081,194 ; 
May 25. 
Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Well reamer. 2,084,430; 
June 22. 
Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Well tool construction. 
2,087,500 ; July 20. 
Catland, Alfred C., Alhambra, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Roller bit. 2,087,501 ; 
July 20. 
Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra. assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Well reamer. 2,093,632 ; 
Sept. 21. 
Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Core drill. 2,093,633; 
Sept. 21. 
Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Repairing well tools. 
2,096.447 ; Oct. 19. 
Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Core drill. 2,100,311 ; 
Nov. 30. 
Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, and J. H. Howard, Hunt- 
ington Park, said Catland assignor to Globe Oil Tools 
Company, Los Nietos, Calif. Core recovering tool. 
2.081.195 : May 25. 
Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, and W. H. Maxwell. 
Beverly Hills, assignors to Globe Oil Tools Company, 
Los Nietos, Calif. Well bit. 2,089,466 ; Aug. 10. 
Catland, Alfred C, Alhambra, and P. C. Efromson. Whit- 
tier, assignors to Globe Oil Tools Company, Los Nietos, 
Calif. Core catcher. 2,103,011; Dec. 28. 
Catlett, James T., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Welding apparatus. 2,091,308 ; 
Aug. 31. 
Catlett, James T., Scotia, and V. J. Chapman, Schenectady, 
N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. Weld- 
ing machine. 2,091,307; Aug. 31. 
Catley, Douglas, Wellington, New Zealand. Coupling for 

hose and like piping. 2,084,431 ; June 22. 
Catlin, John B. (See Mahler, E., and Catlin.) 
Cato7,ella, Romeo A. (See Fortunate, V., and Catozella.) 
Catterall, AVilliam H., and W. J. Barry, Lebanon, Pa., as- 
signors to Bethlehem Steel Company. Guide twister. 
2,069,517 ; Feb. 2. 
Catto, Albert R. (See Harper, G. W., and Catto.) 
Caudera, Loranzo. (See Cusanelli, Paul A., assignor.) 
Caudle, Arthur A., assignor to J. P., C. L., and J. P., Jr. 
Grey, a co-partnership doing business as Grey Ho- 
siery Mills. ITendersonville, N. C. Circular knitting 
machine. 2,101,6.39 ; Dec. 7. 
Caudle, Arthur A., and J. f. Grey, Jr., assignors to Grey 
Hosiery Mills, Hendersonville, N. C. Circular knitting 
machine. 2,092,347 ; Sept. 7. 
Caudri, Johan F. M. (See van Peski, A. J., and Caudri.) 
Cuuer, Wilhelm, and E. Glowatzki, Gottingen, Germany. 

Artificial network. 2,085,952 ; July 0. 
(Jancr, Wilhelm, Kassel, and W. Brandt, Berlin, Germany. 

Electric filter. 2,085,953 ; ,Tuly 6. 
Caughlan, Martha W., San Francisco, Calif. Reflecting 

surface. 2,077,740 ; Apr. 20. 
C.-nilk, T^uiher W., Jr., SulTolk, Va. Tag fastener. 

2.007.965 ; Nov. 2. 
Caulkins, Cecil P., New London, Conn. Toy vehicle. 

2,092.388 ; Sent. 7. 
Cauwenl)erg, Winfred J. (See Ryan, L. W., jind Cauwen- 

berg. ) 
Cavagnaro, Nicholas J., Rieliinond Hill, assignor to 
('onRolidiit<'<l Macaroni Machinery Corporation, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Apparatus for drying sliort alimentary 
paste. 2, 07'), 458 ; Mar. 23. 
Cuvagnaro, Nichol.is J., Ridmiond Hill, assignor to Con- 
solidated Macaroni Machinery Corporation, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Cutting machine for spaghetti, macaroni, etc. 
2,103,317; Doc. 28. 
(."iivalli'l ti. Kiibolc, Milan, Ttnlv. Appai-;ilns for making 

infiLHionH. 2,078,501 ; Apr. 27. 
Cavallo, Elsie S., et al. (Sec Stonnan, Edward A., as- 
signor.) 
Cavallo, M. Agatha, et nl. (See Storman, Edward A., 

nsslgnor.) 
Cavallo, I'eler A., Jr., et nl. (See Storman, Edward A., 

nBsignoi-.) 
Cavanagli, (ierald P., Euclid, assignor to The Ohio Rub- 
ber Company, Wllloughby, Ohio. Cover for anlonioblle 
running boards and the like. 2,084,016; Jiuic 15. 



Cavanagh, Gerald P., Euclid, and H. W. Schultz, Lake- 
wood, assignors to The Ohio Rubber Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Floor mat. 2,089,598 ; Aug. 10. 
Cavanagh, John F., Providence, R. I., assignor to Boston 
Wire Stitcher Company, Portland, Maine. Fastener ap- 
plying device. 2,095,659 ; Oct. 12. 
Cavanagh, John F., Providence, R. I., assignor to Boston 
Wire Stitcher Company, Portland, Maine. Fastener 
applying device. 2,096.371 ; Oct. 19. 
Cavanagh, John J., Farmingdale, N. Y. Commodity pack- 
age. 2,085,414 ; June 29. 
Cavanaugh, CJeorge S., Los Angeles, Calif. Lubricating 

composition. 2,100,685 ; Nov. 30. 
Cave, Daniel B., assignor to R. W. Ashton, Lincoln, Nebr. 

Mixing and filtering apparatus. 2,089,535 ; Aug. 10. 
Cave, Henry, assignor to The Fuller Brush Company, 

Hartford, Conn. Brush. 2,070,393 ; Feb. 9. 
Cave, Henry, assignor to The Fuller Brush Company, 

Hartford, Conn. Mop. 2,095,917 ; Oct. 12. 
Cave, Henry, assignor to The Fuller Brush Company, 

Hartford. Conn. Brush. 2,095,918 ; Oct. 12. 
Cavedo, Archie C, Durham, N. C. Window shade holder. 

2,089,876 ; Aug. 10. 
Cavins, Paul, Long Beach, Calif. Bailer or clean-out tool 

and method. 2,088,151 ; July 27. 
Cawley, Aloysius J., Pittston, Pa. Diavision. 2,083,292 ; 

June 8. 
Cawood, Clarence A., and L. Johnston, assignors to The 
Electric Railway Equipment Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Adjustable hanger adapter. 2,070,883 ; Feb. 16. 
Cayo, Julius N. (See Thomas, Frank W.. assignor.) 
Cayo, Julius N., Benton Harbor, Mich. Container. 

2,100.240; Nov. 23. 
Cease, Robert R., Nameoki, assignor to General Steel 
Castings Corporation, Granite City,. 111. Railway 
truck. 2,084,891 ; June 22. 
Ceccon, John B., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to San 
Francisco Sulphur Company. Sulphur stabilization and 
preservation. 2,080,408 ; May 18. 
Ceccon, John B., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to San 
Francisco Sulphur Company. Sulphur stabilization and 
preservation. 2,080,409 ; May 18. 
Cecil, Walter W., 11, Harrison, Ark. Paper drinking cup. 

2.102,510 ; Dec. 14. 
Cecka, Thomas G., assignor to International Milling Com- 
pany, Buffalo, N. Y. Feed regulator and separator. 
2,070,508 ; Feb. 9. 
Coder, Wilbur J., Los Angeles, Calif. Pocket room guide. 

2,098,944; Nov. 16. 
Cederlund. Albert, assignor to Crompton & Knowles Loom 
Works, Worcester, Mass. Color selector for shuttle 
changing looms. 2,103,767 ; Dec. 28. 
Cederstrom, Harold A., assignor to Roscoe Manufacturing 
Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Trailer hitch. 2,072,728 ; 
Mar. 2. 
Cegler, Carl. (See Palmer, F. B., and Cegler.) 
Cekal, James G., assignor to Crane (io., Chicago, 111. Com- 
bination valve and vent for plumbing fixtures. 
2,096,844 ; Oct. 26. 
Cela Holding S. A. (See Schwartz, Fernand P., assignor.) 
Celander, Philip A. (See Williams, W. W., Celander, and 

Nesmith.) 
Celanese (Corporation of American. (See Allan. J., and 

Wainwright. assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Beran, Charles F., 

assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Blake, G. R., and 

Seymour, assignors.) 
Celaiiose Corporation of America. (See Congdon, T. B., 

and Ijong, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dickie, W. A., and 

Greenwood, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dickie, W. A., 

McGill, and Taylor, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dickie, W. A., 

and MoncriefF, assignors.) 
Cel.nnese Corporation of America. (See Dickie, W. A., 

Moncri(>ff, and North, assignors.) 
Cel.'mese Corporation of America. (See Dickie, W. A., and 

.Sowter, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dickie. W. A., 

and Tiivlor, assignors.) 
Celanese (^irponition of America. (See Dickie, W. A., and 

Tyc(>, assignors.) 
Celanese (Corporation of America. (See Dreyfus, C, and 

Martin, assignors.) 
Celanese Coi-poration of America. (See Dreyfus, C., and 

Whitehead, assignors.) 
Celanese Corpor.'ition of .Vnverlca. (See Dreyfus, C, Miles, 

and Piatt, assignors.) 
Cel.iuese Corporation of America. (See Dreyfus, H., and 

l''inlayson, assignors.) 
C(>lanes(> Corporation of America. (See Dreyfus, II., and 

Ilaney, assignors.) 
Cel.'inese Corporation of America. (Sec Dreyfus, IT,, Mon- 

crielT. and IIlll, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Dreyfus, 11., 

Oxlcy. ami 'riioiiias, asslmiors.) 
Celiincsf' Corporation of America. (See Dreyfus, H., and 

'I'aylor, assignors.) 
('cl.incsi' Coriior.ilion of .\inerlea. (See Dreyfus, H., nnd 

W'liilolii'iicl, nssignors.) 
('('l;iiieH(> Corporation of Anierlcn. (See Ellis, George II., 
assignor.) 



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INDEX OF PATENTS. 1937 



Celanese Corporation of America. (See Ellis, G. H., and 

Kirk, assignors.) ^,,. _ „ , 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Ellis, G. H., and 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Ellis, G. H., 

Moncrieff, and Hill, assignors.) . 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Ellis, G. H., 

and Wesson, assignors.) „. -r 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Elvin, \\. J., 

Balch, and Whitehead, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Finlayson, D., 

Greenwood, and Helme, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Finlayson, D., 

and Happey, assignors.) 
Celaneso Corporation of America. (See Finlayson, D., and 

Stafford, assignors.) c^ r. 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Fulton, Stephen 

IVI tissifirnor. ) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Gibbs, Bradford 

C fl.ssi'Tior. ) 
Celanese "Corporation of America. (See Groombridge, 

W. H., and Peelc, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Guyler, A. i .. 

and Boaler, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hale, Frank C, 

assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hale, F. C, and 

Howarth, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hale, F. C, and 

Jabouley, assignors.) , -r^ r^ a 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hale, F. C, ana 

Tyce, assignors.) „ , -^ ^^ j 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hale, F. C, ana 

Teadon, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hale, F. C, and 

Yorke, assignors.) ,„ „ ^,._ , 

Celanese Corporation of Amenca. (See Haney, Clifford 

I., assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hargreaves, C, 

and Booth, assignors.) ^.,,. ^ ^. 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Hilliard, Thomas 

H., assignor.) „■ , ^ , -r 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Jabouley, Joanny, 

fissicmor. ) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Jabouley, J., and 

Yeadon, assignors.) „ , ^ -rr 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Jacobsen, Henry, 

assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Jenett, Henry, 

assignor.) . ,r, -r -l. t-i t> 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Johnson, E. B., 

and Roberts, assignors.) . ,c ^ -r , -n^ 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Jones, John k.., 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Kinsella, Edward, 

assignor.) ^ ,,. ,, _, , 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Kinsella, h,., and 

Addy, assignors.) . ,c, t- n -n 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Kinsella, E.. 

Addy, and Pratt, assignors.) ,„ x-. „ t^ ^ 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Kinsella, E., and 

Taylor, assignors.) . 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Major, George 

D., assignor.) ^, ^. -n i. ^ 

Celanese Corporation of Amencaa. (See Martin, Herbert 

E., assignor.) . ,„,,,,, , 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See lienor. A., and 

Mann, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. (See Miles, George 

W., assignor.) . ,^ ,^ . ~ „ , 

CeUuiPse Corporation of America. (See Jloncneff. Kob- 

ort W., assignor.) . « x^ ,. ^ 

Celaneso Corporation of America. (See Monenefc, Robert 

W., and Harrison, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Moncrieff, R. \> ., 

and Hill, assignors.) . ,c. ,r • « t> tt- 

Celaneso Corporation of America. (See Moncrieff, R. \\ ., 

Hill, and Frearson, assignors.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Moss, \\ illiam H., 

jissicnioi*. ) 

Celanosp Corporation of America. (See Olpin, H. C, and 

Ellis, assignors.) ,„ „ , „ ^ 

Ccl.ni.s.' Corporation of America. (See Oxley, H. F., and 

Thomas, assignors.) . ,o x,- •.,",i- 

ColMiicso Corporation of America. (See Piper, AMlliam 

G., assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Piatt, Herbert, 

Celane'se Corporation of America. (See Pool, William, 

'ISSijTllOl'. ) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Pool, W., and 

Greenwood, assignors.) „ „ ^ ^, , 
(\'lanese Corporation of Amenca. (See Reeves, G.. Olpin, 

and Ellis, assignors.) ,c. r,-, r> ti t 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Riley, R. H. J., 

Ashton, and Livesey, assignors.) „ „ ^ „ , . 

Colano.sp Corporation of America. (See Roberts, Robert 

1*.. assignor.) 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Roberts, R. P., 

and Johnson, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of ^Vmerica. (See Schneider, George, 

assignor.) . ,„ „ .. .j ^ 

Celanese Corporation of America. (See Scnnelder, G., 

and Andersen, assignors.) 



(See Seymour, George 

(See Sowter, Percy F. 

(See Taylor, M. M., 

(See Taylor, William 

(See Taylor, W. I., 

(See Taylor, W. I., 

(See Taylor, W, I., 

(See Weinberg, Leon 

(See Whitehead, WU- 

(See Whitehead, W., 

(See Winter, A. S., and 

Larson, L. L., and 



(See Andersen, B., and Ball, as- 

(See Andersen, B., and Gren- 

(See Grenquist, Ernst A., as- 

(See Hoarle, Fred J., assignor.) 
(See Olsen, Oscar W., assignor.) 
(See Petersen, Arthur E., as- 

(See Piperoux, Rene P., assignor.) 
(See St. Clair, Wilbur F., as- 



(See Shuman, 



Royal 
A. 



L., as- 
J., Bass- 



Celanese Corporation of America. 

W., assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

C, assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of .America. 

and Fulton, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

I., assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

and Gibbins, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

Hale, and AX'oodruff, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

and Woodruff, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

W., assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

liam, assignor.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

and Keight, assignors.) 
Celanese Corporation of America. 

Jackson, assignors.) 
Celastic Corporation, The. (See 

Schwartz, assignors.) 
Cellan-Jones, Gwvnne, Linthorpe, Middlesbrough, Eng- 
land. Coke oven. 2,103,620 : Dec. 28. 
Cellovis, Inc. (See Jones, W. Bartlett, assignor.) 
Cello vis. Inc. (See Pascoe, T. A., and Hella, assignors.) 
Cellufoam Corporation. (See Schwarz, Sidney L., as- 
signor.) 
Celluloid Corporation. 

signors.) 
Celluloid Corporation. 

quist, assignors.) 
Celluloid Corporation. 

signor.) 
Celluloid Corporation. 
Celluloid Corporation. 
Celluloid Corporation. 

signor.) 
Celluloid Corporation. 
Celluloid Corporation. 

signor.) 
Celluloid Corporation. 

signor.) 
Celluloid Corporation, et al. (See Steinberger, 

ett, and Bienenstcin, assignors.) 
Celluloid Corporation. (See Walsh, J. F., and Caprlo, 

assignors.) 
Celluloid Corporation. (See Walsh, J. F., Smith, and 

Caprio, assignors.) 
Celluloid Corporation. (See Ximenz, Manuel R,. assignor.) 
Cellulose Research Corporation, The. (See Olsen, 

Fredricli, assignor.) 
Cellulose Research. Inc. (See Hoche. Adam, assignor.) 
Cellu-Type Plate Co. (See Schultz, Oswald R., assignor.) 
Celo Mines, Inc. (See Scholes, Samuel R., assignor.) 
Celon Company, The. (See Ford, J. C, and Olson, as- 
signors.) 
Celon Company, The. (See Nygard, Hallward F., as- 
signor.) 
Centeno V.. Melchor, Caracas, Venezuela, assignor to In- 
ternational Television Radio Corporation. New York, 
N. Y. Television apparatus. 2.066.715 ; Jan. 5. 
Centervall. Hugo A., assignor to Manly Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Hydraulic variable speed power trans- 
mitting mechanism. 2,0S6..'i35 : July 13. 
Central Bag & Burlap Co. (See Rose, Charles, assignor.) 
Central Brass Mfg. Company. (See Lueck, Frank R., 

assignor.) 
Central Commercial Company. (See Smith, Preston R., 

assignor.) 
Central Commercial Company. (See Teetor, Paul, as- 
signor.) 
Central :Motallic Casket Co. (See Strom, Edward M.. 

assignor.) 
Central Jline Equipment Co. (See Rasseur, Benjamin F., 

assignor.) 
Central National Bank of Cleveland, 

Grover C, assignor.) 
Central National Bank of Cleveland. 

assignor.) 
Central National Bank of Cleveland. 

L., assignor.) 
Central National Bank of Cleveland. 

G., assignor.) 
Central Republic Trust Company, et al., executors. 

Friendly. Herbert M.) 
Central Screw Company (See Payne, Ernest, assignor.) 
Central United National Bank, as trustee. (See Wheel- 

barger, A. S., and Darst, assignors.) 
Centrifix Corporation. (See Hawley, Charles G., as- 
signor.) 
Centrifugal Pipe Corporation. (See Pardun, Carl, as- 
signor.) 
Centrifucal Steel. Inc. (See Millspaugh, William H., as- 
signor.) 
Centrifuge Company, The. (See Duerlg, Alfred E., as- 
signor.) 
Contripetor Company, The. (See Morgan, Porter S., as- 
signor. ) 
Century Lighting Equipment, Inc. (See Levy, Joseph, 
assignor.) 



trustee. (See Coil, 
(See McKee, Willis, 
(See Paden, William 
(See Stimson, Percy 
(See 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



111 



Century Ribbon Mills, Inc. (See Huizeng, John D., as- 
signor.) 

Century Vitreous Enamel Company. (See Sirovy, George, 
assignor.) 

Cercla, Inc. (See Emmer, Charles E., assignor.) 

Cereghino, Joseph, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Ameri- 
can Can Company, New York, N. Y. Can soldering 
machine. 2,085,737 ; July 6. 

Ceretta, Santo. (See Andreatta, Lawrence, assignor.) 

Cerf, Gustave D. (See Spengler, W. J., and Cerf.) 

Cerobrex Limited. (See Donk, Peter J., and MacDonald.) 

CerracChio, Peter, Jersey City, N. J. Cheese and vege- 
table grater. 2,087,101 ; July 13. 

Cerstvik, Stephen, Newark, assignor to Eclipse Aviation 
Corporation, East Orange, N. J. Electrical generating 
and control system. 2,099,468 ; Nov. 16. 

Certain-Teed Products Corporation. (See Charnock, 
George H., assignor.) 

Certain-Teed Products Corporation. (See Hoggatt, Gil- 
bert A., assignor.) 

Certain-Teed Products Corporation. (See Outman, Win- 
fred H., assignor.) 

Certain-Teed Products Corporation. (See Straub, Sam- 
uel C, assignor.) 

Certain-Teed Products Corporation. (See Wallace, G. N., 
and McKinley, assignors.) 

Cervenka, William F., and F. Miller, Traverse City, Mich. 
Horticultural implement. 2,100,379 ; Nov. 30. 

Cerwin, Steven S., Cicero, 111., assignor to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Apparatus 
for controlling the flow of gaseous media. 2,073,461 ; 
Mar. 9. 

Cesareo, Orfeo, Washington Township, Bergen County, N. 
J., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorpo- 
rated, New York, N. Y. Telephone system. 2,082,097 ; 
June 1. 

Cesareo, Orfeo, Washington Township, Bergen County, 
and R. MeuUer, Teaneck, N. J., assignors to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New Y'ork, N. Y. 
Signaling system. 2,096,029 ; Oct. 19. 

Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka akciova spolecnost v Brne. 
(See Holek, Vficlav, assignor.) 

Ceskoslovenska Zbrojovka Akciova spolecnost v Brne. 
(See Podradsky, Antonin, assignor.) 

Chaee, Charles H., Warwick, A. B. Lingley, Cranston, 
and J. P. Marshall, Coventry, assignors to Phillips- 
Baker Rubber Company, Providence, R. I. Drying 
footwear. 2,089,783 ; Aug. 10. 

Chace, Prank E. (See Arthur, J. H., and Chace.) 

Chace, Norman B., Jr., assignor to Ray Day Piston Cor- 
poration of Detroit, Detroit, Mich. Grinding machine. 
2,091,469 : Aug. 31. 

Chachula, Andrew, West Ollis, Wis. Pulley. 2,082,684; 
June 1. 

Chadbourne, Joseph H., Pomfret, and C. A. Burdiek, 
Elmville, Conn., assignors to The Danielson Manufac- 
turing Company. Lug strap. 2,080,759 ; May 18. 

Chadwick, Lee S., Shaker Heights, Ohio, assignor to Per- 
fection Stove Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Adjustable 
shelf for refrigerators or the like. 2,086,118 ; July 6. 

Chadwick, Lee S., Shaker Heights, assignor to Perfection 
Stove Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Adjustable shutter 
for enclosed heaters or the like. 2,090,107 ; Aug. 17. 

Chadwick, Lee S., Shaker Heights, and C. J. Kessler, 
Cleveland Heights, assignors to Perfection Stove Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Oil stove or range. 2,068,122 ; 
Jan. 19. 

Chadwick, Lee S., Shaker Heights, and W. G. Midnight, 
Bay Village, Ohio, assignors to Perfection Stove Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Liquid fuel burner. 2,092,205 ; 
Sept. 7. 

Chadwick, Lee S., Shaker Heights Village, 51. Resek, 
Cleveland Heights, and W. G. Midnight, Bay Village, 
assignors to Perfection Stove Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Refrigeration control means and method. 
2,102,050 ; Dec. 14. 

Chaffee, John S., Providence, R. I., assignor to Brown & 
Shnrpe Manufacturing Company. Combination rule and 
slidablp head. 2,085,401 ; June 29. 

Chaffee, Edmund L., Pasadena, Calif. Tank. 2,083,491 ; 
June 8. 

Chaffee, Joseph G., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Receplion of frequency modulated waves. 2,075,503; 
Mar. 30. 

Chaffee, Joseph G., Hackensack, N. J., assignor to Hell 
Telcplione Labonitories, Incorporated, Now York, N. Y. 
Kleclron discharge system for ultrashort waves. 
2,097,514 ; Nov. 2. 

Chaffee, Itaymoiid O., Belmont, assignor to TJnited-Cnrr 
Fastener Coi'poration, Cambridge, Mass. Plug button. 
2,077,355; Apr. 13. 

Chaffee, Stewart W., assignor to Asphalt Process Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Covering material and making 
the same. 2,008,390; Jan. 19. 

Chaffln, Harry 15., Canton, Ohio. Piston. 2,095,02!) ; 
Oct. 12. 

Chain Belt Company. (See Bull, C. F., and I>ongenecker, 
assignors.) 

Chain Belt (Company. (See lOlckstaodt, Edwin A. C, as- 
signor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (Se(> I;lnd, Arlluir C, nHslgnor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See IjongenecUer, Charles I., as- 
signor.) 



Chain Belt Company. (See Merwin, J. C, and Lindow, 
assignors.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Shafer, Samuel, Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Chain Belt Company. (See Steindorf, Robert T., as- 
signor.) 

Chain Products Company, The. (See Olmstead, Frederick 
A., assignor.) 

Chain Store Products Corporation. (See Hermsdorf, 
Walter H., assignor.) 

Chakow, Sig J., assignor to Palmer House Company. 
Chicago, 111. Illuminated table. 2.090.248 ; Aug. It 

Chalatow, Leon S., Boston, assignor to Pliilip A. Jerguson, 
Medford, Mass. Apparatus for regulating the level of 
liquid. 2,081,891 ; May 25. 

Chalifoux, Alphonse, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Milk 
bottle holder and the like. 2,071,498 ; Feb. 23. 

Chalker, Kenneth M., Woodbridge, N. J. Apparatus for 
coating the interior of tubing and the like. 2,100,587 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Chalmers, Leona W., Philadelphia, Pa. Catamenial 
appliance. 2,089,113 ; Aug. 3. 

Chalmers, William, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to Rohm & Haas Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Polymerization products and 
making same. 2,087,468 ; July 20. 

Chalmers, William, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to Rohm & Haas Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Coating composition- 
2,087,469 ; July 20. 

Chamberlain, Alfred J., Wauwatosa, Wis. Container. 
2,069,354; Feb. 2. 

Chamberlain, Alfred J., Wauwatosa, Wis. Dispensing 
container. 2,071,815 ; Feb. 23. 

Chamberlain, Alfred J., Wauwatosa, Wis. Dispensing 
container. 2,080,602 ; May 18. 

Chamberlain, Alfred J., Wauwatosa, Wis. Dispensing 
container. 2.102,057; Dec. 14. 

Chamberlain, Clark W., assignor to Kold-Hold Manufac- 
turing Company, Lansing, Mich. Refrigerant brine. 
2,089,467 ; Aug. 10. 

Chamberlain Corporation. (See Etten, Nicholas L., as- 
signor.) 

Chamberlain, Ell L., Norwood, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Patent and Licensing Corporation, 
Boston, Mass. Building strip and construction. 
2,085.899 ; July 6. 

Chamberlain, George L. (See Uhrmann, Carl J., as- 
signor.) 

Chamberlain, James M. W., Akron, Ohio. Shipping and/or 
storing perishable commodities. 2,082,381 ; June 1. 

Chamberlain, Paul A., assignor to Chicago Flexible Shaft 
Company, Chicago, 111. Motor and speed regulator 
therefor. 2,092,955 ; Sept. 14. 

Chamberlain, Paul A., assignor to Chicago Flexible Shaft 
Company, Chicago, 111. Speed control mechanism. 
2,099.050 ; Nov. 16. 

Chamberlain, Paul R. (See Tyler, W. E., Douglas, Cham- 
berlain, and Loveland.) 

Chamberlin, Coleman R. and W. S., New York, N. Y. 
Filing device. 2,083,050 ; June 8. 

Chamberlin, Coleman R., Brooklyn, N. Y'. Jlultiple pur- 
pose guide and retention clip. 2,097,018 ; Oct. 26. 

Chamberlin, Dale S., Bethlehem, Pa., assignor to National 
Oil Products Company, Harrison, N. J. Treatment of 
textile fibers and the results produced thereby. 
2,067,888 ; Jan. 19. 

Chamberlin, Dale S., Bethlehem, Pa., assignor to Warwick 
Chemical Co., West Warwick, R. I. Compositions and 
processes for soaking silk and textile materials. 
2,072,155 ; Mar. 2. 

Chamberlin Metal \\eather Strip Co. (See Julien, Louis 
F., assignor.) 

Chamberlin, William M. (See Glancy, A. K., and Cham- 
berlin.) 

Chamberlin, Willis S. (See Chamberlin, Coleman R., 
and W. S.) 

Chambers, Alhm C, Detroit, Mich., assignor lo Bendix 
Products Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Brake. 
2,087,371 ; July 20. 

Chambers, Bering, Quinlan Co. (See Talbot, l''rank A., 
assignor.) 

Cliambers Brothers Company. (See King, Howard K., as- 
signor.) 

Chambers, Carl C. (See Barton, L. E., and Chambers.) 

Chambers, David F., assignor to Bearings Company of 
America, Lancaster, Pa. Bearing. 2,071,108; Feb. 10. 

Chamliors, Ersyl F. (See Fay, Joseph W., assignor.) 

Cliaiiihcrs, Francis S.. Lancaster, I'a. Device for the cor- 
rcclion of weaKne.ss of the feet. 2.0'.)0,1flO; Oct. 19. 

CManibers, Henry E., Jr. (See Nelson, B. S., Chambers, 
inul Norton. Ms.slgnora.) 

ChninlxTS, Ivan V\. assignor to E. T, <hi Pont di> Neniour.s 
& Conipnnv, Wilmington. Del. Printing process and 
roniposillon therefor. 2.009.215; Fell. 2. 

("liMinbers, Ivan V.. assignor to K. I. <Ui Pont de Nemours 
& Companv, Wilmington. Del. Printing con\posltlon 
:in(l process. 2.070,407; Feb. ft. 

Chambers. Tvan F., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
tc Co., Wilmington, Del. Prooesa and eoinposltlou for 
printing lexllle nber. 2,070,788; May 11. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Chambers, Ivan F., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Process and composi- 
tion for applying and fixing diazoimino dyestuffs. 
2,088,506 ; July 27. 

Chambers, Jewel Co. (See Smith, N. J., and Chambers.) 

Chambers, Jewel C, Dayton. Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Motors Corporation. Refrig- 
eration. 2.3 02,3.54; Dec. 14. 

Chambers, Leslie A., Boston, Mass., assignor to W. H. 
Ashton, Edgemont, Pa. Decreasing curd tension in 
milk. 2,091,267 ; Aug. 31. 

Chambers, Leslie A., Philadelphia Pa., and E. W. Smith, 
Melrose, assignors to Submarine Signal Company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. Aging alcoholic liquors. 2,088,585 ; Aug. 3. 

Chambers, Leverett D., Forest Hills, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Peerless Weighing and Vending 
Machine Corporation. Game apparatus. 2,087,198 ; 
July 13. 

Chambers, Paul A., Imperial, Nebr. Music staff stencil 
cutting implement. 2,088,161 ; July 27. 

Chambers, William E., West Chester, Pa. Machine for 
slicing mushrooms. 2,082,872 ; June 8. 

Chambless, Ersyl P. (See Fay, Joseph W., assignor.) 

Chambless, Ersyl F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Cracker" Jack Co., Oiicago, 111. Jlethod of and 
machine for packaging goods. 2,097,515 ; Nov. 2. 

Chambon, Henri, assignor to Soci6t6 Anonyme des An- 
ciens Etablissements L. Chambon, Paris, France. 
Manufacture of blocks with predetermined number of 
sheets. 2,075,789 ; Apr. 6. 

Chambon, Henri, assignor to Societe Anonyme de Anciens 
Etablissements L. Chambon, Paris, France. Manufac- 
ture of cigarette paper blocks. 2.095,919 ; Oct. 12. 

Champagne Paper Corporation. (See Jones, Edwin P., 
assignor.) 

Champion, Abraham L., Boston, Mass. Pew or chair. 
2,089,184; Aug. 10. 

Champion-International Company. (See Rogers, Luther 
B., assignor.) 

Champion Machine and Forging Company, The. (See 
Johnson. Howard F., assisnor. ) 

Champion Machine and Forging Company, The. (See 
Johnson, H. F., and Stegkemper, assignors.) 

Champion Paper and Fibre Company, The. (See Whit- 
ing, William S., Jr., assignor.) 

Champion Shoe Machinery Company. (See Dobyne, Stev- 
enson A., assignor.) 

Champion Spark Plug Company. (See Dewar, Charles 
E., assignor.) 

Champion Spark Plug Company. (See Jeffery, Benjamin 
A., assignor.) 

Champion Spark Plug Company. (See Rohde, Otto C, 
assignor.) 

Champlin, J^rthu^ D., Providence, R. I. Tarnish and wa- 
terproo: fabric. 2,073,730 ; Mar. 16. 

Champlin, Franklin J., Dalton. Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Contact making voltmeter. 
2,077,212 ; Apr. 13. 

Champlin, Franklin J., Dalton, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Voltage regulation. 2,079,488 ; 
May 4. 

Champlin, John B. F. (See Champlin, Philip T. and 
J. B. F.) 

Champlin, Philip T., Little Valley, N. Y. Knife rack. 
2,089.537 : Aug. 10. 

Champlin, Philip T. and J. B. F., Little Valley, N. Y. 
Combined knife and cap remover. 2,089,536 ; Aug. 10. 

Champlin, Silas H., San Leandro, assignor to The Nielsen 
Corporation, Ltd.. Oakland, Calif. Vegetable steamer. 
2,083,293 ; June 8. 

Chanard, Jlarthe L., Rueil Malmalson, France. Carbu- 
retor. 2,086,292 ; July 6. 

Chanavier, Philip, River Rouge, Mich. Auxiliary air 
inlet. 2,078,481 ; Apr. 27. 

Chance, Britton, Haverford, Pa. Automatic steering 
means. 2,102,511; Dec. 14. 

Chance. Britton. Mantoloking. N. J. Automatic steering 
means. 2,102,512 ; Dec. 14. 

Chance, Britton, Mantoloking, N. J. Steering means. 
2.102.513 ; Dec. 14. 

Chancellor, Blurray, et al. (See Van Stone, ClilTord E., 
as.signor.) 

Chandeysson, Pierre I., St. Louis, Mo. Homopolar 
dynamo-electric machine. 2,077.742 ; Apr. 20. 

Chandler. David G., and R. T. Svendsen. Minneapolis, 
Minn. Boat propelling mechanism. 2,090,223 ; Oct. 
19. 

Chandler, Daniel L. (See Rowe, F. H., and Chandler.) 

Chandler, Daniel L., Somerville, assignor of ten percent 
to E. M. Bailey, Swampscott, five per cent to T. 11. 
Richardson, Brookline, seventy-eight per cent to F. 11. 
Rowe, Gloucester, and seven per cent to H. E. Thurston, 
Lvnn. Mass. Antomalic aiiinmohilp window elevating 
mechanism and lock. 2.076.038; Apr. 13. 

Chandler, Daniel L., Somerville, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Aresee Compan.y Inc., Salem, Mass. 
Automobile door ventilator. 2,084,703 ; June 22. 

Chandler, Daniel L., Soinorville. 'issigiior of ten per cent 
to E. M. Bailey, Swampscott, five percent to T. H. Rich- 
ardson. Brookline, seventy-eight percent to F. H. Rowe, 
Gloucester, and seven percent to IT. E. Thurston, Lvnn, 
Mass. Window latch. 2,087,884 ; July 27. 



Chandler, Daniel L., Somerville, assignor of twenty-two 
per cent to G. W. Ewing, Peabody, twenty-two per cent 
to E. B. Fraser, Lynn, thirteen per cent to E. M. Bailey, 
Swampscott, and thirty-two per cent to F. H. Rowe, 
Gloucester, and eight per cent to W. H. Davis, Lynn, 
Mass. Automobile window mechanism. 2,093,350 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Chandler, David G. (See Svendsen, Robert T., assignor.) 

Chandler, Elmer E., Chicago, 111. Control device for heat- 
ing appliances. 2,072,868 ; Mar. 9. 

Chandler, Frank J., assignor to The Perfotex Company, 
Toledo, Ohio. Compound-intrusive porosity machine 
and method. 2.081,219 ; May 25. 

Chandler, Frank W., et al. (See Skeen, Chester W., as- 
signor.) 

Chandler. Harry H., New Ipswich, N. H. Swab. 
2,100,157 ; Nov. 23. 

Chandler, Homer P., assignor to The Ohio Brass Companv, 
Mansfield, Ohio. Lubricating device. 2,066.766 ; Jan. 5. 

Chandler, Leo R., Hingham, Mass. Device for deter- 
mining dimensional reductions. 2.087,102 ; Julv 13. 

Chandler. Milton E. (See Kittler, Milton J., assignor.) 

Chandler, Milton E. (See Olson, Elmer, assignor.) 

Chandler, Milton E., Detroit, Mich. Joint for carburetors. 
2,085,574 ; June 29. 

Chandler, Milton E., and M. J. Kittler, Detroit, Mich., 
said Kittler assignor to said Chandler. Carburetor. 
2,088,464 ; July 27. 

Chandler, Milton E., Detroit, Mich. Carburetor. 
2,095,233 : Oct. 12. 

Chandler, Milton E.. assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion, South Bend, Ind. Carburetor. 2,095,920 ; Oct. 
12. 

Chandler & Price Company, The. (See Johnson, Law- 
rence R., assignor.) 

Chandler & Price Company, The. (See Johnson, L. R., 
and Black, assignors.) 

Chandler & Price Company, The. (See Root, Charles F., 
assignor.) 

Chandler, Willard P., Jr., assignor to Blaw-Knox Com- 
pany, Pittsbrugh, Pa. Water cooler for furnaces 
2,074,570 : Mar. 23. 

Chandler, Willard P., Jr., assignor to Blaw-Knox Com 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Furnace door frame, 
2,084,017 ; June 15. 

Chandler, Willard P., Jr., assignor to Blaw-Knox Com 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Furnace cooler. 2,100,628 
Nov. 30. 

Chaney, Caryl E., Highland Park, assignor to General 
aiotors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Direction indicat- 
ing switch. 2,073,141 ; Mar. 9. 

Chaney Manufacturing Company, The. (See Herold, 
Walter F., assignor.) 

Chaney Manufacturing Company, The. (See Herold, W. 
P.. and Deutsch. assignors.) 

Channell, James W.. Southgate, Calif. Apparatus for 
splicing cable. 2,076,223 ; Apr. 6. 

Chanock, Theodore, assignor to Colonial Premier Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Lamp. 2,071,612 ; Feb. 23. 

Chapas, Steven J., Boston, Mass. Airship. 2.083,051 ; 
June 8. 

Chapel, George L., Grand Rapids, Mich. Food cooking 
machine. 2,077,395 ; Apr. 20. 

Chapin, Edward S., and W. C. Durfee, Boston, Mass. 
Fixing composition and aftertreating dved materials. 
2.090,.390 ; Aug. 17. 

Chapin, Horace H., assignor to The R. E. Chapin Mfg. 
Works. Batavia, N. Y. Wagon can or similar receptacle. 
2,067.658: Jan. 12. 

Chapin, Paul B. (See Melnick, S. H.. and Chapin.) 

Chapin, R. E., Mfg. Works, The. (See Chapin, Horace H., 
assignor.) 

Chapleau, Alexander H., Newark, assignor of forty per 
cent to W. Chapleau, Bayonne, N. J. Electric circuit 
switch controlling device. 2,068,944 ; Jan. 26. 

Chapleau. Walter. (See Chapleau, Alexander H., as- 
signor.) 

Chaplin, Henry P., executors et al. (See Cone, Frank L.) 

Chaplow, Bernard A., assignor to Wholesale Lumber & 
Millwork. Inc.. Detroit, Mich. Sash guide and seal. 
2,084,130; June 15. 

Chapman, Arthur W.. Putney, London, England. Adjust- 
able seat. 2,070,468 ; Feb. 9. 

Chapman Electric Neutralizer Company. (See Chapman, 
William H., assignor.) 

Chapman, Everett, Coatesville, Pa. Frame for high com- 
pression apparatus. 2,078,056 ; Apr. 20. 

Chapman. Frank D.. Berlin, Wis. Hydraulic apparatus, 
2,078.235 ; Apr. 27. 

Chapman. Frank D.. Berlin. Wis. Can transporting de- 
vice. 2.078.230 ; Apr. 27. 

Chapman. Fred F.. assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Production of ammo- 
nium picrate. 2.088,030 ; Aug. 3. 

Chapman, George C, Modesto, Calif. Drier. 2,077,615 
Apr. 20. 

Chapman. James. Atlanta, and B. W. Brown, Hapeville 
Ga. Idle dagger rod and light shuttle box device 
2.099.409 : Nov. 16. 

Chapman. James J., Elizabeth, La. Actuating mecha- 
nism for wheel suspensions and the like. 2,094,682 
Oct. 5. 



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113 



Chapman, John, assignor of one-half to C. A. Fuller- 
ton, Tuscola, 111. Eccentrically propelled skooter. 

2,086,471 ; July 6. 
Chapman, John E., Springfield, 111. Electric fan. 

2,099,196 : Nov. 16. 
Chapman Manufacturing and Sales Corporation, The. 

(See Silver, Lincoln N., assignor.) 
Chapman, Paul, New Yoric, N. Y. Crane construction. 

2,068,397 ; Jan. 19. 
Chapman, Paul, New York, N. Y. Pile foundation con- 
struction. 2,086,977 : July 13. 
Chapman, Ralph W., assignor to The Old Town Company, 

Old Town, Maine. Machine for making pulp articles. 

2,070,040 ; Feb. 9. 
Chapman, Robert L., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Air conditioning system. 2,100,834 ; 

Nov. 30. 
Chapman, Verni J. (See Catlett, J. T., and Champan.) 
Chapman, Walter B., Boise City, Okla. Telephone hold- 
er. 2,071,332 ; Feb. 23. 
Chapman, William H., assignor to Chapman Electric Neu- 

tralizer Company, Portland, Maine. Neutralizing ap- 
paratus. 2,084,968 ; Juue 22. 
Chappell, Frank L. (See Ireland, P. L., and Chappell.) 
Chappell, Frank L. (See Weisberg, S. M., Chappell, 

Stringer, Stevens, and Trebler. ) 
Chappell, Marvin L. (See Black, J. C, and Chappell.) 
Chappell, Marvin L. (See Hewes, C. K., and Chappell.) 
Chappell, Ralph R., Richmond, Va., and R. J. Streb, Balti- 
more, Md., assignors to Bendix Aviation Corporation, 

South Bend, Ind. Relative humidity indicator. 

2,086,853 : July 13. 
Chappie, Jean S., assignor of one-half to B. V. Chotzner, 

Hove, England. Net cap for personal wear. 2,101,734 ; 

Dec. 7. 
Charak, Estey P., Newton Center, assignor to Charak 

Furniture Company, Boston, Mass. Extension table. 

2,071,729 ; Feb. 23. 
Charak, Estey P., Newton Center, assignor to Charak 

Furniture Company, Boston, Mass. Drop leaf table. 

2,092,244; Sept. 7. 
Charak Furniture Company. (See Charak. Estey P., as- 
signor.) 
Charbonneau, Allan P, a.ssignor to Cutler-Hammer, 

Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Pressure responsive device. 

2.102,.'^04: Dec. 14. 
Charch, William H., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 

Wilmington, Del. Method and apparatus for drying. 

2,099,160: Nov. 16. 
Charch, William H., Buffalo, and A. Hershberger, Ken- 
more, N. y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Moistureproof material. 2,077,396 ; Apr. 20. 
Charch, William H., Buffalo, and A. Hershberger, Ken- 

mor.?, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Compos!t!'in of matter. 2,094,771 : Oct. 5. 
Charch, William H., Buffalo, N. Y. ; M. M. Brubaker, and 

F. M. Meigs, assignors, by mesne assignments, to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Moistureproof article. 2,098,534 ; Nov. 9. 
Charch, William H., Buffalo, N. Y. ; M. M. Brubaker, and 

F. M. Meigs, assignors, by mesne assignments, to E. I. 

du Pont do Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Moistureproof article. 2,098,535 ; Nov. 9. 
aiarch, William H., Buffalo, N. Y. ; M. M. Brubaker, and 

F. M. Meigs, assignors, by mesne assignments, to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Company. Wilmington, Del. 

Moistureproof article. 2,098,536 ; Nov. 9. 
Chardi, William H., Buffalo, N. Y. ; M. M. Brubaker, and 

F. M. Meigs, assignors, by mesne assignments, to F. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Moistureproof article. 2,098,537 ; Nov. 9. 
Charch, William IT., Buffalo, N. Y. ; M. M. Brubaker, and 

F. M. Meigs, assignors, by mesne assignments, to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Moistureproof article. 2,098,538; Nov. 9. 
Charch, William H., Buffalo, N. Y. ; M. M. Brubaker, and 

F. M. Moigs, assignors, by mesne assignmenls. to E. T. 

du Pont do Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Moisturepioof article. 2.098,539 ; Nov. 9. 
Charch, William IT., Buffalo, N. Y. ; M. M. Brubaker, and 

F. M. Meigs, assignors, by mesne assignments, to E. I. 

dn Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Moistureproof nrlicle. 2,098,540; Nov. 9. 
Charch, Willinm II., r.uffalo, N. Y. ; M. M. IJrnbaker, and 

F. M. Meigs, assignors, by mesne assignments, to F. I. 

du I'ont de Nemours fc Compiiny, Wilmington, Del. 

Moistureproof .'irticle. 2,098,54 I ; Nov. 9. 
Charch, William II., Buffalo, N. Y. ; M. M. Brubaker, and 

I<\ M. Meigs, assignors, l)y mesne assignnKuils, to E. T. 

du T'ont de Nemours & Compnnv, Wilmington, Di-l. 

Moistiii'ei)roor article. 2.098,542; Nov. 9. 
(.'li;irli)ar, I,ouis J., Chicago, 111. Accuimilator. 2.007,434 ; 

.Inn. 12. 
Charles, Carl I;., Wlnnelka. III., assignor to (las Tool 

P.'ilenis ("orporallon. Internal conibMsllon hammi-r. 

2.0W0.1 12 ; Aug. 3. 
Chnrle.s, Einest A., Cliimocy, assignor to Rocl^'t(? des Pro- 

duits f'lilmhiues de Cliimecy, and RtabllHsemenlH lyum- 

blotte Ii'rftres, I'remery, Priinri>. Treiitnient of m(|Ucou8 

solutions of acetic ncld. 2,079,789; May 11. 



Charles, Kathrvn W., Atlanta, Ga. Nursing bottle 
holder. 2,084,243 ; June 15. 

Charlton, Edgar A., assignor to International Paper Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Process and apparatus for the 
manufacture of paper. 2,092,798 ; Sept. 14. 

Charlton, Edgar A., assignor to International Paper 
Company, New York. N. Y. Apparatus for the manufac- 
ture of paper. 2,095,378 ; Oct. 12. 

Charlton, George. Battle Creek, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Eaton Manufacturing Company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Valve. 2,089,731 ; Aug. 10. 

Charlton, John M., assignor to R. A. Simpson Manufac- 
turing Company, Inc., Oakland, Calif. Butter mold. 
2,086,212 : July 6. 

Charlton, Kenneth R., Holyoke, Mass. Device for measur- 
ing and recording wheel alignment. 2,080,909 ; May 
18. 

Charlton. Richard C, Philadelphia, assignor to Henry 
Disston & Sons, Incorporated, Tacony, Pa. File and 
like tool. 2,082,685 ; June 1. 

Charman, Walter M., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Ring 
securing means. 2,080,848 ; May 18. 

Charman, Walter M., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Slab hot 
top. 2,088,288 ; July 27. 

Charmoy, Harry, Long Island City, N. Y.. assignor to 
Hillside Cable Co., Hillside, N. J. Armored electrical 
cable. 2,090.747 ; Aug. 24. 

Charnock, George H., Buffalo, assignor to Certain-Teed 
Products Corporation, New York, N. Y. Surface marji- 
ing apparatus. 2,084,319 ; June 22. 

Charter Automatic Starter Inc. (See Charter, James A., 
assignor.) 

Charter Drive, Inc. (See Charter, James A., assignor.) 

Charter, James A., assignor to Charter Drive, Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Engine starter. 2,082,873 ; June 8. 

Charter, James A., assignor to Charter Drive, Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Engine starter. 2,082,874 ; June 8. 

Charter, James A., assignor to Charter Automatic Starter 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Engine starting apparatus. 
2,098,226 ; Nov. 9. 

Charter, James A., assignor to Charter Drive, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Engine starter. 2,103,233 ; Dec. 28. 

Chase Bag Company, The. (See Cramer, Joseph D., as- 
signor.) 

Chase Companies, The. (See Recker, Adolph C, as- 
signor.) 

Chase Companies, The. (See Reichenbach, Howard F., 
assignor.) 

Chase Companies, The. (See Reichenbach, H. F., and 
Stadalius, assignors.) 

Chase, Frederic L., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Dayton, Ohio. Refrigeration. 2.066,334 ; Jan. 5. 

Chase, Frederic L., Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Gener.al Motors Corporation. Refriger- 
ating apparatus. 2,070,330; Feb. 9. 

Chase, George C, South Orange, assignor to Monroe 
Calculating Machine Company, Orange, N. J. Calculat- 
ing m.TChine. 2,089.682: x\ug. 10. 

Chase, Henry A., Newtonville, assignor of one-half to 
L. W. Mustard, Wellesley Hills, Mass. Lifting vehicles 
having leaf springs. 2,083,942 ; June 15. 

Chase, Jane. (See Bates, John R., assignor.) 

Chase, Lagrand. (See Allen, Draper C, assignor.) 

Chase Manufacturing Company. (See Chase, S., and 
Palm, assignors.) 

Chase, Philip H., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. Signal. 2,082,789; 
June 8. 

Chase-Shawmut Company, The. (See Taylor, Elmer H., 
assignor.) 

Chase-Shawmut Company, The. (See Wood, Morris B., 
assignor.) 

Chase, Stephen, IV, Kenilworth. and G. H. Palm, Chicago, 
III., assignors to Chase Manufacturing Companv, Wil- 
mington, Del. Carpet cleaning machine. 2,007,752 ; 
Jan. 12. 

Chase, Wilfred O., Detroit, Mich. Self feeding carburetor. 
2,078,901 : Apr. 27. 

Cliason, Daniel II., assignor to The Singer Manufacturing 
Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Needle-threndcr. 2,067,470 : 
Jan. 12. 

Chnson. Daniel IT., assignor to The Singer Jlnnnfacturlng 
Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Needle-threader. 2,092,720; 
Sept. 7. 

Chat Meld, George C. and C. Emmey, New York. N. Y. 
Article of manufacture for continuous embossing. 
2,067.4:!5; Jan. 12. 

Chatham Manufacturing Company. (See Nenves, Wil- 
liam A., assignor.) 

Cliatln, Charles, Tzleux, l''rance, assignor, b.v mesne as- 
singnuKMits, to K. I. du I'ont d(> NcMuours & Companv, 
Wilmington, Del. Finishing artlflclal thread. 2,0S7,94(i. 
July 27. 

Cli.il lannoga Medicine Co., The. (Soo Groto, Irvine W,, 
.'issignor. ) 

Chatto, Il.irry M. (See Ltick. J. B., and Chntto.^ 

('hauvi'MU, Louis L. R., Paris, France, assignor to Com- 
pagnie GeuerMle de Telegraplile suns T'MI. Telenietrtc 
r(>i)i"Mllng Indicator. 2,085,415; June 29. 

< 'liaiivi-au, Louis L. 1'^., Purls, Frnnce. nsslgnor to Com- 
pa^Mile <!iMicrale de Ti'li-graiihle Sans Fll. Gns dls- 
cli.irge rclMV, 2. OSS, .'-.■IS ; .Inly 27. 

Chanveau, Louis L, F.. Paris, I''ninc(>, assignor to Coni- 
p.iL'iiie Geuerale de Ti'lepraphle Sans Fll, Tel(>grimjiy 
Nvsiciii with position Indicators, 2,098,227; Nov. 0. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1937 



Chayes, Nathan. (See Wahlberg, John, assignor.) 

Cheatham Electric Switching Device Co., et al. (See 
Eiehterl<essing, Frank H., assignor.) 

Cheatham Electric Switching Device Co. (Spo Stolp, 
S. S., and Sutton, assignors.) 

Cheatliam, Orme E. (See Cundall, L. A., and Cheatham.) 

Cheavens, John H.. Samne, Peru, assignor to American 
Snicltinc and Rpfining Company. New Yorlt, N. Y. Re- 
agent feeder. 2,082,149 ; June 1. 

Chebotar, Leo P., New Yorlc, and R. N. Wallach, Briar- 
cliff Jlanor, N. Y. ; said Wallach assignor of one-sixth 
to said Chebotar. Oxidation of polynuclear aromatic 
hydrocarbons. 2,084,382 ; June 22. 

Chebotar, Leo P., Bayonne, N. J., assignor to The Texas 
Company, New York, N. Y. Motor fuel. 2,095,211 ; 
Oct. 5. 

Cheek, H. M.. et al. (See Cheek, Lightle J., assignor.) 

Cheek, Lightle J., Little Rock, assignor of one-third to 
H. M. Cheek, North Little Rock, and one-third to G. 
Blount, Searcy, Ark. Trap. 2.101.609 ; Dec. 7. 

Cheever, Frank E. (See Lovely, J. E., and Cheever.) 

Cheezits Corporation. (See Romney, Reuben, Jr., as- 
signor.) 

Chegwidden, Raymond A., Chatham, N. J., S. J. Harazim, 
New York, N. Y., J. J. Kuhn, Elizabeth, N. J., and I. C. 
Pettit, Baldwin, assignors to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Remagnetizing 
device. 2,075,504; Mar. 30. 

Chelgren, Walter E. (See Montgomery, C. C, and 
(}helgren.) 

Chellew, Walter J. (See Oishei, J. R., and Chellew.) 

Chello, John C. (See Gallinant, Raphael C, assignor.) 

Chelsea Fibre Mills. (See McCardle, G., and Taggart, 
assignors.) „, . 

Chemical Construction Corporation. (See Chnstensen, 
Axel, assignor.) . 

Chemical Construction Corporation. (See Gilchrist, P. S., 
and Rumple, assignors.) 

Chemical Construction Corporation. (See Hechenbleikner, 
I., and Bartholomew, assignors.) 

Chemical Construction Corp. (See Oliver, Thomas C, as- 
signor.) ,^ T^ , T 

Chemical Construction Corporation. (See Rumple, James 
M., assignor.) 

Chemical Construction Corporation. (See Titlestad, Nico- 
lav, assignor.) 

Chemical Extraction Corporation. (See Lyford, Emerson 
F., assignor.) 

Chemical Foundation, Incorporated, The. (See Christen- 
sen, L. M., and Fulmer, assignors.) 

Chemical Foundation, Incorporated, The. (See Christen- 
sen. L. M.. and Hixon, assignors.) 

Chemical Foundation. Incorporated, The. (See Fulmer, 
E. I.. Christenson, and Hixon. assignors.) 

Chemical Research and Development Company, The. 
(See Basore, C. A., and Jones, assignors.) 

Chemical Works, (formerly, Sandoz). (See Binkert, 
August, assignor.) 

Chemical Works formerly Sandoz. (See Bohl, Jakob, as- 
signor.) . 

Chemical Works formerly Sandoz. (See Gutzwiller, 
Ernst, assignor.) 

Chemical Works formerly Sandoz. (See Kappeler, 
Markus, assignor.) 

Chemical Works, formerly Sandoz. (See Knecht, O., and 
Billeter, assignors.) 

Chemical W^orks, Formerly Sandoz. (See Lier, Heinrich, 
assignor.) 

Chemical Works formerly Sandoz. (See Peter, Albm, 
assignor.) 

"Chemical Works Formerly Sandoz". (See Stoll, A., 
Kreis, and Hofmann, assignors.) 

Chemical W^orks formerly Sandoz. (See Senn, Otto, as- 
signor.) 

Chemical Works formerly Sandoz. (See Stoll, A. and 
Burckhardt. assignors.) 

Chemical Works, Formerly Sandoz. (See Wehrli, Walter, 
assignor.) 

Chomipulp Process, Incorporated. (See Dunbar, Thomas 
L., assignor.) 

Chemischo Fabrik Buckau. (See Wiedbrauck, Erich, as- 
sisrnor. ) 

Chemisclie Fabrik Grflnau Landshoff & Meyer A. G. (See 
Sommer, F.. and N.nssau. assignors.) 

Chemische Fabrik R. Baumheler Aktlengesellschaft. (See 
Kern. Rudolf, assignor.) 

Chemische Fabrik Stockhausen & Cie. (See Strauch, 
Georg, assignor.) „ „ , .,^ 

Chemische Fabrik von Heyden, A. G. (See Gebauer, Ru- 
dolf, assignor.) _ 

Chemische Fabrik von Heyden, A. G. (See Raeth, C, 
Rittler, and Stelngroever, assignors.) 

Chemische Fabrik von Heyden. A. G. (See von Hoessle, 
Carl H., and Miillor, assignors.) 

Chemische Fabrik von Heyden, A. G. (See Zellmann, R., 
and IMiiller. assignors.) „ , .^ 

Chemische Fabrik von Heyden Aktlengesellschaft. (See 
Gebauer, Rudolf, assignor.) 

Chemische Forschungsgesellschaft m. b. H. (See Herr- 
mann, Willy O.. aRsignor.) 

Chemische Forschungsgesellschaft m. b. H. (See Herr- 
mann, W. O., Baum, and Haehnel, assignors.) 

Chemische Forschungsgesellschaft m. b. H. (See Herr- 
mann, W. O., Hammer, and Haehnel, assignors.) 



Chenault. Earl A., Columbus, Ohio. Preservation of 
organic material. 2,069,873 ; Feb. 9. 

Chenault, Roy L., assignor to Gulf Research & Develop- 
ment Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Deep well pump. 
2,083.687 ; June 15. 

Cheney Brothers. (See Motycka, Joseph, assignor.) 

Cheney. Charles W., Birmingham, England. Jlethod of 
framing handbags. 2,077,165 ; Apr. 13. 

Cheney Company, The. (See Harriss, Henry W., as- 
signor.) 

Cheney Weeder Company. (See Edgington, Aaron D., as- 
signor.) 

Chenicek, George W.. assignor to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Truck tank loading apparatus. 2,100,380 ; 
Nov. 30. 

Clienier, Charles A., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Hat clean- 
ing machine. 2,092,907 ; Sept. 14. 

Chernof, Joseph, assignor of one-third to A. B. Levitt, 
Chicago, 111., and one-third to A. Mayer, Detroit, Slich. 
Dipping mechanism for battery grids. 2,084,608 ; June 
22. 

ChernofE. Phillip M.. Middletown, Conn. Dispensing de- 
vice. 2,099,839 ; Nov. 23. 

CliPinosky, Frank E., Newgulf, Tex. Fluid saving device. 
2.096,882 : Oct. 26. 

Chernow, Jlichael, New York, N. Y., assignor to Service 
Patents Corporation. Handbag initial. 2,088,689 ; 
Aug. 3. 

Chernow. Jlichael, assignor to Service Patents Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Monogram unit. 2,093,264 ; 
Sept. 14. 

Clierrington, Frank W., Toledo, Ohio. Treating wood. 
2,087,965 ; July 27. 

Cherry -Burrell Corporation. (See Boileau, Arthur H., as- 
signor.) 

Cherry-Burrell Corporation. (See Feldmeier, H., and 
Wyman, assignors.) 

Cherry-Burrell Corporation. (See Lippold, Adolph J., as- 
signor.) 

Cherrv, Oscar A., Chicago, 111. Producing esters of phe- 
nols. 2,082,790 ; June 8. 

Cherry, Oscar A., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Glidden 
(T^ornpany, Cleveland, Ohio. Phenol resin ester and 
method of preparing. 2,091,965 ; Sept. 7. 

Chesen, Marv. North Bergin. N. J. Ventilating device for 
storm windows. 2.095.858 : Oct. 12. 

Cheshire, John L., Jhansi City, India. Camera and film 
pack. 2,083,492 ; June 8. 

Chesley, Franklin R., Jr., Saco, Maine. Treating vege- 
table fibrous material for the production of cellulose 
fiber. 2.073,682 ; Mar. 16. 

Chesnut, Guy E., Jr., St. Joseph, Mo. Tie case. 
2,077,458 ; Apr. 20. 

Chesnut, Guy E., Jr., St. Joseph, Mo. Crusher for used 
safety razor blades. 2,101,700; Dec. 7. 

Chesnutt. Nelson A.. Jr., Springfield. Pa., assignor to Gen- 
eral Chemical Company. New Y'ork, N. Y. Producing 
an insecticide. 2,095,464 ; Oct. 12. 

Chesny, Heinz H., San Mateo, assignor to Marine Chemi- 
cals Company, Ltd., San Francisco. Calif. Activated 
magnesium hydroxide and manufacture. 2,073,398 ; 
:\[ar. 9. 

Chesny, Heinz H.. San Mateo, assignor to ilarine Chemi- 
cals Company, Ltd.. San Francisco. Calif. Jlanufactur- 
ing magnesium hydroxide. 2,089.339 ; Aug. 10. 

Chessman, Samuel C. (See Hunt, N. C, and Chessman.) 

Chester, Alden P. (See Harvey, W. D., and Chester.) 

Chesterman-Leeland Company, The. (See Foster, Charles 
('.. assignor.) 

Chestnut. William J., jMontclair, N. J. Detergent cartridge 
for waste pipes. 2,087.592 ; July 20. 

Chevalier, Jules M.. Commentry, France. Antiblinding 
goggles and analogous screens. 2,086,293 : July 6. 

Chevallier, Arnold L., and T. P. Sanders, Slough, assignors 
to Chevallier Self-Loading Firearms Limited. London, 
England. Recoil operated small arms. 2.070.355 ; 
Feb. 9. 

Chevallier Self-Loading Firearms Limited. (See Chev- 
allier, A. L., and Sanders, assignors.) 

Clievrau. Pierre, Neuilly-sur-Seine, assignor to Societe 
.Vnonvme Grenoville. Seine, France. Case for lip 
rouge. 2,088,899 ; Aug. 3. 

Chiason. Placid N., Griggsville, 111. Combined felly, rim, 
and dual pneumatic tire structure. 2.098,859 : Nov. 9. 

Chibnik. Ilarrv, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Cultivator shovel. 
2,099,796 : Nov. 23. 

Chicago Bridge and Iron Company. (See Day, Clayton 
L., assignor.) 

Cliicago Bridge & Iron Company. (See Hines, Clarence 
W., assignor.) 

Chicago Bridge & Iron Company. (See Horton, G. T., and 
Dav, assignors.) 

Chicago Cardboard Company. (See Ziemmerman, Henry 
A., assignor.) 

Chicago Carton Company. (See Hekman, John, as- 
sicnor.) 

Chicago Carton Company. (See Sebreny, Bernhard B., as- 
signor.) 

Cliicago Curtain Stretcher Company. (See Carlson, 
Clarence G.. assignor.) 

Chicago Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Benson, 
Bernhart A., assignor.) 



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Chicago Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Gough, 

James J., assignor.) 
Chicago Electric Manufacturing Company. (See Preston, 

Edward S., assignor.) 
Chicago Faucet Company. (See Steen, Harry S., as- 
signor.) 
Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Browning, George, 

assignor.) 
Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Chamberlain, Paul 

A., assignor.) 
Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Jeppsson, I., and 

Browning, assignors.) 
Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Jepson, Ivar, as- 
signor. ) 
Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Nelson, John W., 

assignor.) 
Chicago Flexible Shaft Company. (See Wright, Horace 

C, assignor.) 
Chicago Forging & Manufacturing Co. (See Hynes, 

Dibrell P., assignor.) 
Chicago Forging & Manufacturing Co. ( See Mears, Norton 

A., assignor.) 
Chicago-Hutchins Corporation. (See Hawksworth, David 

W., assignor.) 
Chicago-Hutchins Corporation. (See Swanson, Earl R., 

assignor. ) 
Chicago-Hutchins Corporation. (See Thompson, William 

D., assignor.) 
Chicago Lock Company. (See Hansen, Henry, assignor.) 
Chicago Metal Mfg. Co. (See Hauf, George F., assignor.) 
Chicago Metal Products Company. (See Gilpin, Garth G., 

assignor.) 
Chicago Metallic Manufacturing Company. (See Langel, 

Adrien L., assignor.) 
Chicago Musical Instrument Company. (See Berlin, 

Maurice H., assignor.) 
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Amtsberg, Lester 

A., assignor.) 
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Coates, Charles 

B., assignor.) 
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Harcourt, 

George T., assignor.) 
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Lear, Earl B., 

assignor.) 
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Nell, G. M., and 

Slatcher, assignors.) 
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Reed, Clarence 

E., assignor.) 
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Slatcher, Alfred 

G., assignor.) 
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company. (See Stevens, Ed- 
ward W., assignor.) 
Chicago Pump Company. (See Durdin, Augustus C, Jr., 

assignor.) 
Chicago Pump Company. (See Durdin, Augustus C, III, 

assignor.) 
Chicago Pump Company. (See Nordell, Carl H., assignor.) 
Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Beasley, 

Starley F., assignor.) 
Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Busse, Ed- 
win U., assignor.) 
Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Ekholm, 

Herbert W., assignor.) 
Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Hawk, 

Ruby R., assignor.) 
Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Kadar, 

liOuis, assignor.) 
Cliicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Light, David 

M.. assignor.) 
Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See. Murphy, 

Lewis S., assignor.) 
Chicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Naylor, 

Henry R., assignor.) 
Chicago Railway Ji>(iuipment Company. (See Wasberg, 

Axel, assignor.) 
Cliicago Railway Equipment Company. (See Zweibel, 

<;harlcH A., assignor.) 
Chicago Rawhide Manufacturing Company. (See Agger, 

Jons, assignor.) 
Chicago Rawhide Manufacturing Company. (See 

McCombs, Stuart C, assignor.) 
Chicago R;\wliido Manul'acluring Company. (See Travis, 

Edward P.. assignor.) 
Chicago Rawlildn Manufacturing Company. (SeeVedovell, 

R. J., Baker, and Panzegrau, assignors.) * 

Chicago Spring Hinge Company. (See Koene, William J., 

assignor.) 
Chicago Telephone Supply Company. (See Draving, A. 

I\T., and Iiigh.Tm, assignors.) 
Cliicago Tcloplionc Supply Co. (See Schellenger, Newton 

(;., assignor.) 
Chicago Tolcphono Supply Company. (See Schellenger, 

N. C, and Ilasolwood. iissignors.) 
Chicago Transformer Corporation. (See Ilelgason, A., 

and Koogan, assignors.) 
Chicago 'rianslDrmor Corporation. (See Leidy, Wilnicr 

J., assignor.) 
Chicago VilrcoiiR lOnamoI Products Co. (See Hogonson, 

Wiillain. assignor.) 
Chick, Cllbor) H. (See lioll. Wllliiim L., nsslgnor.) 
Chick. Walter 0., et al. (Sec Drinker, 1'., and Shaw, 

nsslgnors.) 
Chico Rhlnestono Company. (See Mosclnl, Jolin, as 
Rlgnor.) 



Chiksan Oil Tool Company. (See Ellingsen, Frank, as- 
signor.) 
Chilcott, Langdon S., Brewer, Maine. Trolling hook. 

2.093,9.54; Sept. 21. 
Chilcott, Langdon S., Brewer, Maine. Fishhook. 

2,101,491 ;Dec. 7. 
Child, Adelbert L., Ozone Park, N. Y., assignor to Mergen- 

thaler Linotype Company. Justifying spaceband. 

2,085.147 ; June 29. 
Child, Cyril, and H. A. Thomas, Blackley, Manchester, 

England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries 

Limited. Coloring matters. 2,081,736 ; May 25. 
Child. Lachlan W., South Bend, Ind., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Air Devices Corporation, Chicago, 111. 

Air conditioner. 2,069,816 ; Feb. 9. 
Child, Lachlan W., South Bend, Ind., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Air Devices Corporation, Chicago, 111. 

Space conditioner. 2,098,375 ; Nov. 9. 
Child, Lachlan W., Toledo, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Air Devices Corporation, Chicago, 111. Air 

conditioner. 2,082,441 ; June 1. 
Childress, William C, Oak Park, assignor to Acme Steel 

Company, Chicago, 111. Strap stretching and sealing 

device. 2,097,443 ; Nov. 2. 
Childress, William